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Canonical
on 11 March 2015

Make IT rain: public cloud on Ubuntu OpenStack


Ubuntu OpenStack is the most trusted platform on which to build a public cloud. One of the best things about it is the ease of moving from a proof of concept or small lab-based deployment to a large, scalable, production one. In this brochure, we discuss some basics about running Ubuntu OpenStack for public clouds, and give you some tips and tricks to make the most of your deployment.

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