Building Apps for the Cloud: How KnowledgeTree Used Ubuntu for Rapid Development of Its SaaS Offering

Canonical

on 31 August 2010

Would you like to find out about how Ubuntu is being deployed in the cloud space? Would you like to see how KnowledgeTree uses Ubuntu for its SaaS offering? If so, please join KnowledgeTree and Canonical on Wednesday 8 September 2010 at 11 am Pacific (2 pm Eastern) for a joint webinar.

Enjoy an informative and thought provoking talk from Evan Person, Director of Product for KnowledgeTree and Renen Watermeyer, Director of Engineering for KnowledgeTree where they will discuss:

  • The criteria KnowledgeTree considered when choosing an OS for the cloud
  • How Ubuntu met those criteria and was subsequently selected
  • How using Ubuntu contributed to the way the service was built
  • Lessons learned in the process of developing on Ubuntu for the cloud

Register to attend this informative event.

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