Ubuntu Certified Public Cloud Programme

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on 7 October 2016

If you operate a public cloud or you’re considering launching one, the Ubuntu Certified Public Cloud programme lets you make certified, secure and up to date Ubuntu images available to your users, along with the opportunity to offer management, monitoring and commercial support from Canonical – all of which represent additional revenue opportunities.

What’s included in the Ubuntu Certified Public Cloud Programme?

  • Ubuntu Cloud Images, tuned and tested for your environment
  • Fast and efficient image delivery
  • Revenue growth opportunities
  • Cloud Image Quality Assurance

For more details, have a look at the Certified Public Cloud datasheet

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