Ubuntu OpenStack — the natural choice for telcos and service providers

Canonical

on 18 August 2014

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As a Telco or Cloud Service Provider, you have much more stringent requirements of your infrastructure than a normal enterprise. You expect high availability, almost 100% uptime, and the ability to scale infrastructure and services up and down quickly and easily. You want a technology that helps you minimise time to revenue and maximise predictability around costs.

Here are some of the reasons to choose Ubuntu OpenStack supported by Canonical:

  • Largest install base of any OpenStack distribution – 55-75% of OpenStack clouds are built on Ubuntu
  • 60-70% of leading public cloud workloads run on Ubuntu
  • 7 of the world’s leading Telcos are Canonical customers
  • Largest ecosystem, with over 100 different permutations of solutions tested every day in our OpenStack Interoperability Lab (OIL)
  • Extensive portfolio of tools to make hardware provisioning, service deployment
    and orchestration, and cloud operation management quick, easy, and hassle-free

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Deutsche Telekom is developing and deploying many new cloud applications on Ubuntu OpenStack as part of its secure and highly scaleable public cloud Business Marketplace ecosystem for SMB customers.

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