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Ubuntu at OpenStack Atlanta

Canonical has been at every OpenStack Summit contributing to its success. The Juno Summit in Atlanta is no exception and as with previous events we have exciting new development with Ubuntu OpenStack to show. As well as showcasing the new features in Ubuntu OpenStack, based on Ubuntu’s latest 14.04 LTS and OpenStack’s IceHouse, talking about workloads in OpenStack. After all it is the workloads that matter to users, so on the Ubuntu booth you will be able to see Juju deploying:

  • Key telco applications from Tropo, MetaSwitch and Telestax

  • CloudFoundry running on Ubuntu OpenStack

  • Logstash and Elastic Search

  • Hadoop

  • Ubuntu OpenStack Icehouse

Our founder, Mark Shuttleworth will also be presenting a keynote session on Tuesday, May 13th at 10:20am – 10:45am. As well as the booth (you’ll find us at #A4), Canonical engineers will be participating in key sessions and also hosting a “Deploying Workloads on OpenStack with Juju” workshop on Wednesday evening to help attendees learn how Juju can deploy, manage and scale workloads in OpenStack. Reserve your space now.

If that’s not enough, we invite you to join us for the largest party of the summit running Tuesday evening straight after the sessions where we celebrate Magic, Mardi Gras and good Juju. It will be awesome.

If you are at the Summit and would like to meet with us to discuss OpenStack then please email to arrange, or drop by our stand at #A4. Look forward to seeing you there.

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