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Tom Callway

Tom Callway

on 4 January 2017

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Office Hours

Starting in 2017, we will be running a series of ‘Office Hours’ online sessions to help community members and customers deploy, manage and scale their Ubuntu-based cloud infrastructure.

Upcoming sessions

  • New sessions will be announced soon, stay tuned!

What’s covered?

These interactive sessions will be hosted by a senior engineer from our cloud architecture team and will cover:

  • How to leverage the latest features of Ubuntu OpenStack, LXD, MAAS, Kubernetes and Juju
  • Live demo including OpenStack Autopilot and the Landscape management tool

Who should attend?

These sessions are ideal for IT Pros, DevOps and SysAdmins wanting a relaxed, informal environment to discuss their experiences using Ubuntu Cloud technology.

Such sessions are normally attended by a small group, making them ideal for networking with other OpenStack and scale-out cloud enthusiasts.

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