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Canonical
on 21 November 2012


Enterprise cloud computing might be uncertain. But if you want to start making it happen then you’ve come to the right place.

This new, free ebook will show you why Ubuntu is the ideal platform for the enterprise cloud. There are six major scenarios that will start to impact your business soon.Here are the six issues on the horizon:

  • Acceleration: the speed of everything
  • Switching: between clouds at the right time
  • Power management: keeping it sustainable
  • Hidden costs: from the virtual image sprawl
  • Economic turmoil: more global issues
  • Integration: between ops and dev teams

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