Fujitsu joins Ubuntu Certified Public Cloud

Canonical

on 2 February 2015

Canonical today is delighted to welcome Fujitsu, the third-largest IT service provider globally, as its first  Certified Public Cloud partner in Asia.

Fujitsu Cloud services portfolio covers Infrastructure as a Service, Platform as a Service and Software as a Service as well as cloud management platforms and a wide range of professional management and enablement services. Its public IaaS service – Fujitsu Cloud Trusted Public S5 – provides a pool of scalable, robust and  secure virtual IT resources, available on demand over the Internet on a cost-effective pay-per-use basis.

As part of the Certified Public Cloud programme, Fujitsu will offer the latest Ubuntu images, for an optimal, consistent and efficient developer experience on the world’s most popular cloud operating system. These Ubuntu images are secure, easy to port from other partner clouds, as well as receive  regular updates. Finally, users of Fujitsu’s cloud will be able to enjoy further peace of mind by purchasing Ubuntu Advantage guest support (available spring 2015).

Designed from the ground up with business users in mind Fujitsu Cloud Trusted Public S5 delivers reliability, availability and security (accredited to ISO27001), while providing uncontended access to system resources with round the clock support that comes as standard. Iaas Trusted Public S5 is delivered via a global network of data centres — in Japan, Australia, United States of America, Singapore, United Kingdom and Germany.

Ubuntu images are available on Fujitsu’s IaaS Trusted Public S5 from here.

Customers who sign up for Ubuntu Advantage Support will be able to get direct support from Canonical. 

We will be at the OpenStack Days, Tokyo event on the 3rd and 4th February – come and see us there.

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