Ubuntu OpenStack Jumpstart

Canonical

on 29 August 2013

On-site Canonical engineers will help you deploy a reference cloud for your department or company, based on the same technologies that power the Rackspace and HP public clouds: Ubuntu and OpenStack.

Ubuntu is the OS of choice for new clouds, both as host and guest. Canonical, the company behind Ubuntu, has unparalleled experience deploying private cloud solutions; we can help you take the core design decisions needed to ensure your seed cloud will grow smoothly in years to come.

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