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Thibaut Rouffineau
on 24 April 2019


Open Infrastructure Summit is coming to Denver from April 29th to May 1st, 2019. Will you be there? We sure will! Come and visit us in Booth B1!

Canonical experts will be at the event ready to answer your questions and walk you through our booth demos. Just to name a few:

  • Open Infrastructure developers tools to run a full Openstack or Kubernetes on your desktop in minutes
  • Deployment and management patterns to run the most economic Openstack infrastructure
  • Multi-cloud deployment of Kubernetes from Openstack or public cloud to bare metal
  • Kubernetes running on OpenStack, install and run a Microstack and install and run microK8s!

Canonical CEO, Mark Shuttleworth, will be keynoting on Monday, April 29 at 10:25am. Come join us in the main hall to hear Mark’s view on open infrastructure and Canonical’s approach to driving down the cost of multi-cloud.

Interested in a “full” OpenStack running on your laptop? Your own personal OpenStack, on which you can do anything you would do on a “normal” one? Pete Vander Giessen will be demoing how to use Microstack in his session on Tuesday, April 30 at 10:50am (room 4D Meeting Room Level).

There will be a number of sessions featuring Ubuntu and Canonical Openstack through the Summit. If you’re working with telco workloads check out Deutsche Telekom Pan Net session building, managing and tuning an NFVI using MaaS, Juju, DPDK, Contrail and SmartNICs.

If that isn’t enough to tempt you, come by Booth B1 during the Open Infra Mixer on Monday on Monday April 29th at 5:30pm for a beer on us!

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