Juju is a cloud orchestration tool which enables users to build models to run applications. You can just as easily use it to deploy a simple WordPress blog or a complex big data platform. Juju is a command line tool but also has a graphical user interface (GUI) where users can choose services from a store, assemble them visually in the GUI, build relations and configure them with the service inspector.
Juju GUI allows users to
Over the last year we’ve been working on a redesign of the Juju GUI. This redesign project focused on improving four key areas, which also acted as our guiding design principles.
Empty state of the canvas
Apache charm details
Mediawiki deployment with errors
Inspector home view
Inspector errors view
Inspector config view
The project has been amazing, we’re really happy to see that it’s launched and are already planning the next updates.
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