Writing your own Juju plugins

Tags: Juju

Sometimes core Juju might not have a feature you want, or you want to put together custom scripts to make life easier. Juju has a plugin architecture that lets you do just that. In this workshop Marco Ceppi walks us through how to write your own plugin.

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