Webinar: Deploying Microsoft technologies on OpenStack

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Canonical

on 31 October 2016

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In this webinar we explore the common challenges organisations face in deploying and managing Windows workloads at scale on OpenStack. We look at how Windows Charms can integrate seamlessly with existing Juju Charms to provide a powerful way to reduce workload deployments from days to minutes on both bare metal and public or private clouds. We also cover the benefits of Microsoft on OpenStack, Hyper-V integration and Microsoft’s support of Hyper-V in OpenStack.

Canonical’s award-winning model-driven operations system Juju enables reusable, open source operations across hybrid cloud and physical infrastructure. Integration and operations are encoded in “charms” by vendors and the community of experts familiar with an app. These charms are reused by ops teams as standardised operations code that evolves along with the software itself. Our partner Cloudbase has created many Windows charms to take advantage of the benefits Juju has to offer.

Webinar Details

Title: Deploying Microsoft technologies on OpenStack
Presented By: Alessandro Pilotti, CEO Cloudbase Solution and Mark Baker, Ubuntu Server and Cloud Product Manager at Canonical.
Time/Date: available now on-demand

Watch this on-demand webinar to learn…

  • How to use Windows and Juju
  • Recognizing the value of integrating these technologies into OpenStack
  • Learn about the type of Windows workloads available with Juju

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