Webinar: How to upgrade your OpenStack cloud easily, without downtime

Live webinar

It has become commonplace to see some OpenStack users choose to remain on old unsupported versions of OpenStack, forgoing new features and security updates rather than face the disruption, stress and complexity of upgrading. At Canonical we call this a StuckStack, a cloud that cannot or will not be upgraded.

In this webinar we will show you how to get unstuck and onto an OpenStack path where upgrades between releases are guaranteed. Access to compelling new features in OpenStack becomes easy as systems can be upgraded with little or no downtime.

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11 July | 18 July | on-demand

3 things you’ll learn

  • How to migrate to an OpenStack cloud with guaranteed upgrades between release
  • Why are upgrades easy with Canonical OpenStack?
  • What you need to do to get your Stack unstuck, through a live demo of an upgrade from Newton to Ocata

This webinar will includes a live demo and Q&A.

Speaker

Mark Baker, OpenStack Product Manager, Canonical

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