Simplifying deployment and management of edge clouds with CPLANE.ai

Title: Simplifying deployment and management of edge clouds

Speakers: Matt Akins & Brandon Williams

Date/Time: June 13, 12:00PM EST / 5:00PM BST

Canonical recently announced a partnership with CPLANE.ai to simplify cloud management. Canonical brings scale, performance, and reliability to the cloud as well as ease of installation through Juju Charms. CPLANE.ai provides the multi-site orchestration and software defined networking.

Join us for this webinar where we dive into practical use cases that are now made possible with our partnership, including Telecommunication Service Providers, Industrial IoT, Smart Buildings and more.

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