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Canonical
on 15 August 2023

Meet Canonical at Andicom 2023


Date: 6-8 September 2023

Location: Cartagena, Colombia

Join us at the Andicom event in Centro de Convenciones de Cartagena de Indias Cartagena to learn more about the future of open source. 

The theme of Andicom this year is called “Get into the Digital World”, focusing on the future of digital technologies. Throughout the event, international experts will discuss digital acceleration strategies, GovTech solutions and Tech trends, including AI, Web 3.0, Digital platforms and gaming. 

Visit our booth, where the team of experts will demonstrate the power of cloud anywhere you need. Together you can learn about Canonical OpenStack, Ceph, LXD, Kubernetes and more and see how to deploy a fully functional cloud in minutes. 

You still have time to get a ticket 

We look forward to seeing you there. Visit this event page to get your ticket for a single person or a group.
To learn more about Canonical and Ubuntu, contact us.


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