Webinar: Running an enterprise-grade OpenStack without the headaches

Tom Callway

Tom Callway

on 7 December 2016


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In Canonical’s latest on-demand webinar, we explore how to build and manage highly scalable OpenStack clouds with BootStack on a Supermicro reference architecture.

Supermicro offers end-to-end green computing solutions for the data center and enterprise IT. Its solutions range from server, storage, blade, workstations, networking devices, server management software and technology support and services, making them an ideal choice for Bootstack deployments.

With BootStack, Canonical experts build, operate and optionally transfer a customer’s OpenStack cloud either on-premises or in a hosted environment. Using a hyper-converged solution stack that has been tested & validated in Supermicro labs, customers can choose a best-in-class hardware platform with OIL validation, the leading production OS for OpenStack deployments and networking overlay delivered as a fully managed service. Using Juju, the application and service modelling tool, BootStack customers can easily integrate the infrastructure and operations they need.

Join Arturo Suarez and Akash Chandrashekar from Canonical, and Srini Bala from Supermicro as they explore a rich landscape of opportunities that combines Juju on Supermicro’s certified platforms to help you tackle the challenge of building and maintaining of complex microservices-based solutions like OpenStack and Kubernetes.

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