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Canonical
on 2 December 2017


The future of cloud infrastructure will have organisations using combinations of OpenStack, Containers, public cloud, and VMware to deliver applications. In this session Mark Baker will highlight the best Multi-Cloud practises learned in the field for architecting, deploying and managing scale out infrastructure from baremetal through to managing application portability between substrates.

This webinar was part of our Ubuntu Enterprise Summit, December 2017.

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