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Canonical Cloud Chatter: May 2015 Newsletter

By Canonical on 11 June 2015

Summer has arrived (at least in some parts of the world!) and we’ve been busy telling the world about the opportunities created by Ubuntu Advantage Storage and challenging KVM with our LXD ‘lightervisor’. We are proud to maintain our…

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Deploy a Kubernetes development cluster with Juju!

By Matt Bruzek on 10 June 2015

Our team has been working to make Kubernetes easy to deploy in a public cloud. In March we created some <a…

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Cloudbase and Canonical partner to bring Windows Hyper-V Support

By Canonical on 21 May 2015

Partners bring Windows Hyper-V support to managed OpenStack clouds Cloudbase Solutions, the developer of Windows components in OpenStack, announced today that it is partnering with Canonical to enable their customers to run KVM and Hyper-V…

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Market Leaders EMC and Canonical Extend OpenStack Partnership

By John Zannos on 6 May 2015

Today’s cloud workloads are driving storage requirements at an exponential rate, making storage an important part of any OpenStack deployment. Clients are looking for a scalable cloud infrastructure that is able to take advantage of the…

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10Duke joins the Charm Partner Programme

By Canonical on 22 April 2015

Canonical is excited to announce that 10Duke, the leading European backend as a service (BaaS) provider, is the latest partner to join the Canonical Charm Partner Programme. Canonical’s Charm Partner Programme helps solution providers make…

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Why an AppScale / Canonical Partnership is Important

By Canonical on 20 April 2015

It’s exciting to be partnering with Canonical / Ubuntu again as a member of their Charm Partner Program. This partnership is more than a simple “logo exchange.” AppScale and Canonical engineers worked closely to create a production-ready…

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Using the Services Framework to Implement Your Charm’s Intent

By Nick Moffitt on 15 April 2015

When we design our charms, we typically know the sources of information we have in mind (configuration settings, relation data, etc.), and the actions we want the charm to take based on them. As charm complexity grows, we tend to…

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Internet of Things

Predictive Maintenance on Industrial Turbines Explained via Duct Tape

By Maarten Ectors on 8 April 2015

In the world of IoT all consultancy slides talk about predictive maintenance as being the “Killer Industrial IoT App”. However Dataart took the theory to a very easy to understand demo thanks to some duct tape. Via the use of a…