Ubuntu is coming to a city near you

Happy New Year!

I’ve been busy planning our first ever Ubuntu Day. Ubuntu Day is a local event organised with our partners to support awareness and adoption of Ubuntu technologies in local markets. It’s an opportunity for people to learn about Ubuntu Cloud products directly from the experts, and to obtain some technical hands on training with MAAS, Juju and Charms. And for us, it’s a great opportunity to meet directly with current and future Ubuntu users.

Our inaugural Ubuntu Day will take place in Milan, Italy. Come and meet us to talk about customer solutions and partner opportunities with Canonical in order to expand Ubuntu’s presence in the local market.

Ibuildings, European Open Source Technology Advisor for Web & Mobile, together with Canonical invite you to Ubuntu Day in Milan on Tuesday, 2nd February 2016.

Location
3 Via Santa Maria Valley
20123 Milan , Italy

Agenda

Morning general audience sessions (9:30am – 12:30pm):

  • Canonical Overview – Introduction to Ubuntu Technologies
  • Ubuntu Linux & Cloud – OpenStack, Autopilot, BootStack
  • Ubuntu Tools – MAAS, Juju and Landscape
  • OpenStack for Service Providers
  • Ibuildings Presentation

Afternoon technical sessions (1:30pm – 5.30pm):

  • Introduction to MAAS
  • Introduction to Juju
  • Juju charm school
  • Writing charms

Register your attendence today at https://www.eventbrite.it/e/biglietti-ubuntu-day-18977391890

We’ve got further Ubuntu Day events planned in London, Amsterdam, Moscow and Johannesburg, and more locations around the world. Details to be announced soon.

About Ibuildings
Ibuildings is an European Open Source Technology Advisor for Web & Mobile that focuses on delivering expertise, process and tools to design, build and maintain mobile and web software solutions. Our services range from expert engineering consultants to complete agile (SCRUM) teams to bootstrap your new business venture using state-of-the-art open standards and open source technologies. Ibuildings is a privately held company.

About Canonical

Canonical is the commercial sponsor of the Ubuntu project and the leading provider of
enterprise services for Ubuntu cloud deployments. Ubuntu delivers reliability, performance and interoperability to cloud and scale out environments. Telcos and cloud service providers trust Ubuntu for OpenStack and public cloud and it is used by global enterprises such as AT&T, Comcast, Cisco WebEx, Deutsche Telekom, Ericsson, China Telecom, Korea Telecom, NEC, NTT, Numergy and Time Warner Cable.

Canonical’s tools Juju and MaaS raise the bar for scale-out orchestration in cloud environments. With developers, support staff and engineering centres all over the world, Canonical is uniquely positioned to help its partners and enterprise customers make the most of Ubuntu. Canonical is a privately held company.

To learn more about Canonical’s partner programmes, please visit http://partners.ubuntu.com/

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