“Ubuntu at scale” roundtable at AWS re:Invent

Ubuntu at AWS re:Invent!

Let’s talk Ubuntu at AWS re:Invent!

On Thursday 5th December AWS and Canonical are hosting an interactive roundtable from 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM at re-Invent, room Encore 3 at the Encore hotel, Las Vegas. This will be the opportunity to:

  • Hear the latest news and announcements by AWS and Canonical 
  • Learn about best practices in running Ubuntu at scale in public cloud and cloud-native environments
  • Discuss the roadmap of Ubuntu 20.04, the next Long Term Support release with 10-year support 
  • Exchange with other Ubuntu on AWS  users

A number of AWS, Canonical and Ubuntu users will be joining the roundtable, for a mix of presentations, whiteboarding and mostly exchanges:

  • Mikhail Prudnikov – Principal Business Development – AWS
  • Christian Reis – VP Public Cloud – Canonical
  • Calvin Hartwell – Director Field Engineering – Canonical
  • Kapil T – Principal Opensource Technologist – AWS
  • Rok Zlender – Senior Director, Cloud Engineering – Acquia

This event is invite-only. To register for the event and talk Ubuntu at AWS re:Invent!, use the following form.

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