Lessons learned from 100+ private cloud builds

Alex Cattle

on 14 November 2019

Private Cloud Build

Building a private cloud based on OpenStack has typically been a complex process with uncertain build costs based on time and materials requiring specialised expertise and low-level Linux OS knowledge. To help enterprises overcome these challenges,Canonical offers Private Cloud Build to provide businesses with a fully deployed OpenStack delivered in as little as two weeks at a fixed cost.

And as a result, after delivering 100’s of private cloud builds over the last 5 years we’ve learnt a thing or two. Join our webinar to hear Nicholas Dimotakis, VP, Data Center Field Engineering speak about the lessons we’ve learnt, the industry changes he expects to see over the coming years and why businesses such as BT, Tele2 and Yahoo! Japan choose Canonical to deploy their private clouds. In addition, Nicholas will run through the process of implementing a turnkey private cloud in its entirety whilst also providing a detailed breakdown of the costs involved.

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