Canonical joins the Cloud Foundry Foundation

Canonical, the company behind Ubuntu, is pleased to join the Cloud Foundry Foundation. Cloud Foundry has been a PaaS platform of choice for developers and Ubuntu has been all about developers since its inception.

Even before the foundation had been announced Canonical was working with Pivotal to make Cloud Foundry best in class PaaS on all Ubuntu platforms. This includes Ubuntu OpenStack, Ubuntu server on bare metal and well as Ubuntu OS running as guests on public clouds. Juju, the award winning open source service orchestration platform from Ubuntu is being used to deploy Cloud Foundry on all of these platforms using the same orchestration codebase.

Please drop by our booth at the Cloud Foundry Summit to see a demo of CloudFoundry on Ubuntu and Juju.

If you are not planning to be at the summit please leave your contact information here  and we will get back to you. You can also learn more about Juju here .

 

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