New Ubuntu OpenStack Fundamentals training sessions available

Cezzaine Zaher

Cezzaine Zaher

on 20 February 2015


Coming up: training course in Utrecht, Netherlands

We are pleased to announce availability of the Ubuntu OpenStack Fundamentals Training programme – designed for companies that have decided to use OpenStack, the world’s most powerful open cloud platform. This new training programme is an intensive 3-day hands-on course that will give you the best introduction for setting up and running Ubuntu OpenStack clouds.

Created by Canonical’s Engineering team, the Ubuntu OpenStack Fundamentals Training course is a classroom-based combination of lectures and lab work. The course gives a comprehensive introduction to Ubuntu OpenStack and our industry-leading cloud toolset Juju (services orchestration), MAAS (hardware provisioning) and Landscape (systems management and monitoring). Learn more and view the course outline.

This flagship training course can be delivered on-premise or by enrolling on one of the available public courses:

  • Utrecht, Netherlands – 14th – 16th September – Register Now

Additional sessions are being planned for this year. Stay tuned for new announcements or register your interest.

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