Certified Ubuntu Cloud Guest – The best of Ubuntu on the best clouds

Udi Nachmany

Udi Nachmany

on 22 June 2017

eBook Certified Ubuntu Cloud Guest

Ubuntu has a long history in the cloud. It is the number one guest operating system on AWS, Azure and Google Cloud Platform. In fact there are more Ubuntu images running in the public cloud than all other operating systems combined.

Ubuntu is a free operating system which means anyone can download an image, whenever they want. So why should cloud providers offer certified Ubuntu images to their customers?

This eBook explains why certified Ubuntu images are essential for organisations and individuals that require the highest level of security and reliability.

Download this eBook to learn:

  • How cloud providers differentiate themselves from their competitors by offering customers certified Ubuntu images
  • How to make sure your cloud provider is using certified Ubuntu images

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