We can help you with your Request for Information (RFI)
If you are about to release an RFI, RFP or RFQ — please add Canonical, the company behind Ubuntu, to your list of vendors to solicit OpenStack and Kubernetes solutions. We can guide you to ask the right questions to find the optimal vendor solution for your specific needs.
A selection of Canonical's customers
How can Canonical help?
Ubuntu is the leading platform for OpenStack worldwide with more deployments at scale than all other platforms combined.
Canonical's Distribution of Kubernetes is certified as one of the launch distributions under the Kubernetes Conformance program. Canonical is also one of 11 Kubernetes Certified Service Providers.
Fully Managed services
Canonical has successfully completed the MSP Alliance’s MSP/Cloud Verify Program (MSPCV) certification process, the oldest certification program for cloud computing and managed services providers.
Canonical has over 800 paying customers, and Ubuntu remains by far the most popular base for OpenStack deployments according to the OpenStack Foundation bi-annual survey.
Canonical is an active contributor to ETSI Open Source MANO (OSM), OpenStack Foundation, OpenStack Telco Working Group (TWG), Open Platform for NFV (OPNFV), Telecom Infra Project (TIP), Central Office Re-architected as a Datacenter (CORD™), and ETSI NFV ISG.
Marquee financial institutions the world over trust Canonical OpenStack and Charmed Kubernetes for secure private and public cloud infrastructure services to host their mission-critical applications.
Private or public; VMWare or bare metal; from the data centre to the edge - Canonical can design the cloud infrastructure suited to your needs. With as little as 2 weeks to build a private cloud and a cloud management service, you could start your efficient multi-cloud journey now.
100% of AI development frameworks are based on Ubuntu, making it the ideal platform for AI for development and production. Canonical supports a large choice of certified hardware from workstation to server and edge, as well as a full AI stack with Kubeflow and Tensorflow.
From industrial gateways to GPU powered Edge cloud Canonical can support a wide variety of edge computing scenarios. With the widest hardware support from Intel to ARM and NVIDIA, Ubuntu is suited to a variety of edge applications: Robotics, AI, Blockchain, 5G, and more.