Juju Charmer Summit: Charm Evolution

James Donner

James Donner

on 9 December 2015

Whether you want to deploy an OpenStack solution at full scale on a public cloud or just want to deploy services on your own private OpenStack cloud, Juju is the perfect solution. At Canonical, we have a team working to ensure that Juju works across all combinations of OpenStack. Join one of our OpenStack QA engineers Ryan Beisner for his lightning talk, “Charm Evolution.”

In this video you will learn about

  • The Charm Release Process
  • The OpenStack support timeline
  • How Juju works across all combinations of OpenStack
  • The anatomy of the OpenStack Juju Charm Bundle
  • How your charms can evolve with OpenStack and Ubuntu

Want to see even more Charmer Summit content? Don’t forget to follow our new Juju YouTube channel for everything charming. And don’t forget to look out for the next Juju Charmer Summit to be held in Gent, Belgium next February!

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