San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
At this roadshow event, Mark Shuttleworth and the senior architects of Canonical's Openstack strategy will present the product roadmap and exchange views with cloud architects and executive sponsors for private cloud initiatives across the enterprise landscape, globally. The tour has already passed through North and South America, Europe and is now coming to Asia. It is open by invitation to those shaping private cloud strategy in select companies.
Join us if Openstack is a real goal in your next 12 months. Topics will include:
- Software-defined network (SDN) evaluation strategies
- Use of OpenStack for Network Function Virtualisation and other telco use cases
- Security considerations for banking and other regulated industries
- Scale-out storage options like Ceph and Lustre
- Integration with existing infrastructure such as SANs and VMware
- The intersection of industrial HPC and Openstack
- Hyperdense hosting with KVM virtual machines and LXD system containers
10.00am: Coffee and registration
10.30am: Presentations commence
12.30am: Presentations end
Sign up to the Seoul event here or check out the full list of roadshow locations.
When & Where
Canonical is the commercial sponsor of the Ubuntu project and the leading provider of enterprise services for Ubuntu cloud deployments. Ubuntu is the underlying Linux server platform for 65% share of workloads on public clouds and 74% share of OpenStack deployments. We are the leading platform for OpenStack with 55% of all production OpenStack clouds based on Ubuntu OpenStack*.
Telcos and cloud service providers trust Ubuntu for OpenStack and public cloud and it is used by global enterprises such as AT&T, Comcast, Cisco WebEx, Deutsche Telekom, Ericsson, China Telecom, Korea Telecom, NEC, NTT, Numergy and Time Warner Cable.
A founding member of the OpenStack Foundation, Canonical also has a long history of interoperability testing between OpenStack, Ubuntu and partner technologies. Its OpenStack Interoperability Lab (OIL) currently tests over 3,500 combinations per month. Customers include blue-chip references in telecommunications, finance, media and government sectors.
*Source: OpenStack User Survey 2016