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Ubuntu Cloud Guest

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Ubuntu is the most popular guest operating system in the world’s major public clouds. What makes Ubuntu such a natural choice for cloud providers and users? And how do you make the most out of your Ubuntu cloud experience?

All of this and more is covered in this short document about running Ubuntu as a cloud guest.

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