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Introduction to MicroCloud

Join us on April 16th to learn more about MicroCloud - a low-touch open source cloud for all

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What does it mean to be a smarter enterprise, powered by artificial intelligence (AI) and big data? The possibilities reach far beyond today’s chatbots, self-driving cars, and product recommendation engines.

What is a MicroCloud?

MicroCloud is the newest addition to Canonical’s cloud infrastructure portfolio. It is a low-touch, open-source cloud solution purpose-built for scalable clusters and edge deployments for all types of enterprises. With simplicity, security, and automation at its core, MicroCloud minimises the time and effort required to deploy and maintain a production-grade cloud infrastructure.

Why should you attend the webinar?

Join us as we delve into the features and benefits of MicroCloud, including its suitability for on-premise clouds and edge deployments at remote locations. Learn how MicroCloud caters to distributed environments, offering a simpler, more prescriptive cloud experience that makes zero-ops a reality for many industries.

Furthermore, discover how MicroCloud’s lightweight architecture enables cost-effective deployments on both commodity and high-end hardware, with several options to further reduce its footprint depending on workload needs. Take advantage of this opportunity to explore Canonical MicroCloud and learn how it can transform your cloud infrastructure.

In this webinar, we will cover:

  • What is MicroCloud?
  • What are the challenges in today’s cloud infrastructure ecosystem and how does MicroCloud address them?
  • What are the use cases for MicroCloud?
  • How can you deploy your own MicroCloud?
  • What’s coming in the next release?

Tune in live on April 16th, at 18:00 CET, or watch on demand at your convenience.