OpenStack and Containers live Q&A session

Join us for a 1 hour online session with a cloud expert

OpenStack and Containers Office Hours are online Q&A sessions held on an ongoing basis. Their aim is to help community members and customers deploy, manage and scale their Ubuntu-based cloud infrastructure.

What’s covered?

These interactive online sessions are hosted by an expert from our Cloud Team who will:

  • Outline how to leverage the latest features of Ubuntu OpenStack, LXD, MAAS, Kubernetes and Juju
  • Answer questions on OpenStack and containers technology

Who should attend?

These sessions are ideal for IT Pros, DevOps and SysAdmins wanting a relaxed, informal environment to discuss their experiences using Ubuntu Cloud technology.

Such sessions are normally attended by a small group, making them ideal for networking with other OpenStack and scale-out cloud enthusiasts.

Why join?

Get the chance to ask any questions about our software and support services.

These sessions are attended by a small group, making them ideal for networking with other OpenStack and scale-out cloud enthusiasts.

Upcoming sessions

Stay tuned, more sessions will be announced! In the meantime, fill out the form below to register your interest and get notified via email when a new session is announced.

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