Dell Technologies World 2018

Canonical

on 23 April 2018

Details

  • Date: April 30th – May 3rd
  • Location: Las Vegas
  • Venue: The Venetian
  • Booth: 1756

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Background

Discover the Dell Technologies connected ecosystem of IT infrastructure, applications, devices and security that enable real transformation.

Dell Technologies World is for the technologists, thought leaders and executives ready to transform their careers and organizations. Find topics at all levels of technical competency, from application development to infrastructure modernization; from innovation strategy to cloud and security.

Canonical has become a strategic partner to Dell, providing cutting edge solutions and support spanning from Ubuntu linux on Dell Desktops, Ubuntu middleware on IoT gateways, up to comprehensive cloud solutions for the datacenter such as Openstack, bare metal cloud and container orchestration with Canonical’s Distribution of Kubernetes.

With its new flagship 18.04 LTS, bringing the most advanced linux software to market, Canonical is bringing a lot of innovation around containers, AI, machine learning and security to the Dell ecosystem. This innovation is already certified and running on the latest Dell PowerEdge server generation, so don’t miss an opportunity to see some of this live at our booth and discuss with our support team for more information.

Featured demos

  • How Canonical makes OpenStack easy
  • Bare metal provisioning
  • AI and machine learning
  • Containers and open source PaaS with Rancher

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