Zentyal and Canonical recently announced a worldwide, strategic agreement to provide an easy-to-use Linux alternative to proprietary IT infrastructure for SMBs. Authorised Zentyal Partners may now provide complete Linux solutions for small and medium-sized enterprises, fully backed by Canonical.
Join CEO Ignacio Correas from Zentyal and Andrew Cooper, EMEA Partner Manager from Canonical and learn more about the benefits this partnership can bring to your business
¿Quiere entrar en el mercado de servicios gestionados y hacer crecer su negocio en 2012? Apuntese a este webinario y aprenda cómo puede satisfacer todas las necesidades de sus pequeños y medianos clientes.
Ignacio Correas, Director Gerente de Zentyal y Alex Hartwig Pérez, Director de Servicios Corporativos de Canonical, explicarán los nuevos servicios que puede ofrecer a sus clientes asociandose con Canonical y Zentyal. Aprenderá cómo atraer más clientes, cómo su soporte técnico será más eficiente, así como de qué manera puede convertirse en Partner Autorizado Zentyal-Ubuntu en su region.
Durante la sesión se explicará:
* ¿Cómo añadir servicios lucrativos a su cartera, sin una gran inversión inicial?
* Todos los beneficios que ofrece el acuerdo de partenariado con Zentyal-Canonical
* Cómo convertise en un Partner Autorizado Zentyal-Ubuntu en su región
Este seminario es ideal para:
* Cualquier proveedor de servicios TIC que ofrecen a las pymes en la actualidad servicios de infraestructura bajo el modelo de soporte break-fix y que quiera convertirse en un proveedor de servicios gestionados más eficiente y escalable.
* Cualquier MSP recién fundado en proceso de elección de la tecnología que utilizarán para proveer servicios gestionados. Aprendará como una única tecnología y punto de contacto con el fabricante le permitirá ofrecer soluciones y servicios TIC para todos sus clientes pymes.
Join us on 17th February at 5pm GMT/ 12pm EDT for a joint presentation from Atomia and Canonical to hear about challenges of deploying OpenStack for public clouds, pitfalls to avoid, and how to make sure your cloud is truly production-grade.
This webinar will walk you through how a fully managed cloud platform built on OpenStack is the fastest means of making your cloud vision a reality. We'll also take a look at the tools you'll need to help you configure and manage your new OpenStack hosting business.
You should attend this webinar if:
- you are a hosting organisation thinking of offering cloud services in addition to your ongoing portfolio
- you are concerned about the costs and complexity of setting up a cloud platform, the difficulty in operating it to production level, and the length of time required to configure a reliable provisioning and billing system
- you just don’t have the resources, the time or the skills to build your own OpenStack public cloud
Join us on 1st October at 5pm GMT/ 12pm EDT for a joint presentation from Dreamhost and Canonical to hear about:
- The challenges of building an OpenStack public cloud
- How DreamHost and Canonical worked together to deliver high quality Ubuntu images for DreamCompute
- DreamHost's participation in the Ubuntu Certified Public Cloud program
Delivering the presentation content are Jonathan LaCour Vice President of Software Development at DreamHost ad Mark Baker Ubuntu server and cloud product manager.
We hope you can make it!
With the discontinuation of the popular Small Business Server many local IT resellers are looking for alternatives that can help them continue providing solutions for their small and medium customers. Zentyal, an Ubuntu-based server for small and medium businesses, comes as the natural choice. Easy-to-use, fully functional, MSP-friendly and cost effective, it is a complete replacement to Small Business Server. It is fully supported by Canonical, the company behind the development of Ubuntu, and it integrates Zarafa, a drop-in replacement of Exchange server.
Reasons to attend:
* Find an alternative to the discontinued SBS: Learn about an easy-to-use, alternative for your customers
* Avoid the cloud: Why force small business customers to go to the cloud when they may prefer to keep an in-house server?
* Find a cost-effective alternative: Learn how to avoid upgrading your
Microservices architectures provide unprecedented agility and scalability for enterprise applications. However, despite being so popular with the tech community, not everyone understands when or how to use microservices to innovate their IT architecture. So what does it take to become faster and more resilient in the digital transformation era? Join this panel and learn more:
- What are the benefits of adopting microservices?
- Are microservices for everyone?
- Are microservices a good fit for legacy architectures?
- How to use microservices for innovation purposes?
- Daniel Bryant, CTO at SpectoLabs, Independent Technical Consultant, and Editor at InfoQ
- Steve Pember, CTO, ThirdChannel
- John Griffith, Principal Software Engineer, NetApp
- Christian Robottom Reis, VP Field Engineering, Canonical
Haidee McMahon, Intel
The Canonical Distribution of Kubernetes is a pure-upstream distribution that delivers you the latest version of Kubernetes with built-in community operational knowledge.
In this on-demand webinar we cover:
*How to set up your own Kubernetes cluster on Amazon Web Services
*Initial configuration, installation, and validation
*How to horizontally scale your cluster for future growth
*Other lifecycle tasks, such as upgrades, backups, logging, and monitoring
For a complete cloud native application lifecycle Kubernetes needs some tools to "close the loop". The promise of the new way of doing things, is that you'll speed up your software delivery with microservices and devops teams. But how should you really do that?
Join this webinar to discover:
* Why you should try the Canonical Distribution of Kubernetes container solution and how to install it.
* How to deploy, troubleshoot and manage your application using Weave Cloud
* What is Prometheus monitoring, how it works, how to instrument your application using it and how you can get the most out of it.
* How to speed up your software development lifecycle - ship features faster, fix problems faster.
The webinar includes live demo’s and Q&A.
In this webinar, Dave Russell, Head of Sales Engineering from Canonical, and Ramiro Salas, Global Technology Specialist for OpenStack, VMware will walk you through some of our “war stories” from customer engagements getting both Ubuntu OpenStack and VMware infrastructure to work together, and highlight some of the things you need to be aware of before starting such a project.
Topics for discussion include:
Options for deploying OpenStack and VMware technologies
- Basics of OpenStack
- Basics of VMware
- Benefits to organisations integrating both technologies
- Possible scenarios for OpenStack and VMware integration
Stories from real deployments
- Customer challenges
- Chosen solutions and rationale
- Challenges encountered
- Results, lessons learned, and future outlook
The pitfalls: Things to be aware of prior to embarking on an OpenStack+VMware project
It's nearing the end of the year! Time to take a breather and plan for 2017. As part of our 'IoT builders' webinar series, we have asked some of the most prominent technologists, community builders and visionaries in this space for their advice and practical predictions on what's worth working on next! Speakers include Dominique Guinard (CTO & Co-founder EVRYTHNG), Ian Skerrett (VP Marketing, Eclipse Foundation) and Maarten Ectors (VP, IoT at Canonical.) Join us on December 13th at 17:00 (GMT.)Read more >
Ubuntu is one of the fastest growing open-source operating systems for scale-out servers that enable the latest wave of web, cloud and big data applications. Ubuntu features in the HP Moonshot System that changes the way enterprises design, deploy and manage servers.
HP and Canonical, the firm behind Ubuntu, have partnered so that the Ubuntu Advantage support package is now available for resale by HP through SLMS. This gives HP SLMS an additional revenue opportunity in the rapidly growing new market for scale out computing.
Join Jim Foy with Lee Bonham from Canonical to learn more about this opportunity.
Join us to hear how a leading telco-focused startup is leveraging application modeling to accelerate and diversify NFV delivery. This webinar is a use case and integration journey, as explained by Matt Harper, RIFT.io's Chief Development Officer. Matt will talk about the analysis and decision to integrate with the deployment and encapsulation capabilities of Juju, Canonical's application modeling tool. He'll discuss how Juju has helped RIFT.ware, a standards-based orchestrator, leverage a model-driven framework to support multiple formats and scale to support massive numbers of VNFs and VMs, all in support of Open Source MANO, of which RIFT.io and Canonical are both founding members.Read more >
Canonical und teuto.net zeigen Ihnen, wie Sie ihre IT durch den Einsatz von Openstack und Services von Canonical und teuto.net flexibel und skalierbar machen und Kosten sparen.Read more >
Imagine if Google or Amazon went a year or two without updating their cloud or adding new features. OpenStack private clouds must interoperate and compete with public clouds at an economic and technological capabilities level. That means updating to the latest version of OpenStack as smoothly and quickly as possible. Fortunately, Ubuntu OpenStack is designed with exactly that in mind.
In this “don’t wait!” update, we review the key new features in OpenStack Mitaka. We’ll discuss why they’re important and what they do for your OpenStack cloud; updates like Live Migration, rolling upgrades, and Neutron role-based QoS, to name a few. We also talk about some of the tools that have helped make Ubuntu the platform for the vast majority of OpenStack installations.
- The latest OpenStack has the stability improvements of all previous versions, there’s no need to wait to upgrade
- OpenStack Mitaka has scalability, resiliency and manageability improvements throughout all the core projects
- Ubuntu OpenStack and Canonical’s tools reduce time to initial deployment
- Upgrading to OpenStack Mitaka is a standardized process if you’re using MaaS and Juju
- Core features of Ubuntu have been updated or added to better support OpenStack Mitaka clouds, like LXD and ZFS
Come hear Mark Baker, Canonical’s OpenStack product and strategy lead, explain what’s new in OpenStack Mitaka, why those features are important, and how Canonical is delivering tools to make them easy to consume, and easily upgradeable. A commissioned study conducted by Forrester Consulting on behalf of Canonical found that ease of expansion and upgradeability is the most important must-have for a cloud platform. Ubuntu OpenStack ensures you never get left behind the cloud curve.
Software architects have driven to increasing levels of abstraction and modularization in order to improve reuse and scalability, but there is an inherent step up in complexity that comes with it. This presentation discusses the challenges that increasingly complex software brings, and how two key developments, containers and automated operations, are essential in achieving economically sustainable operations.Read more >
Catch the Cloud with OpenStack webinar series
Why attend: To find out about the architecture and benefits of OpenStack
Where: From the comfort of your desk
The open cloud, based on OpenStack, is fast becoming one of the most popular cloud platforms. OpenStack delivers open standards, modularity and scalability, and avoids vendor lock-in.
Join this webinar to find out why OpenStack is surging ahead, learn about the OpenStack technical architecture and the new features of the recent Folsom release. Find out why, to date, all public cloud providers, such as DreamHost and HP, whom are using OpenStack, are deploying it on ubuntu.
You will also learn about investments that Canonical has made into OpenStack such a as our Continuous Integration efforts, the Ubuntu Cloud Archive and Ceilometer.
Do you have or want to have a modern, agile, perhaps self-service, cloud infrastructure?
Are you struggling with or considering how many disparate workloads are deployed?
How will you gain useful insight into who's using which resources, and how do you appropriately charge users, departments, the customers of IT, for the resources they consume?
Even in a flat or no charge back model, the ability to analyse and, more importantly, predict consumption, is vital to managing and growing any sort of modern IT infrastructure.
With the rapid implementation and usage growth of modern clouds, it is vital that proper environmental analytics are gathered. Join Canonical and Talligent to learn how to measure and analyse business-critical consumption and cost data from a single to multi or hybrid cloud infrastructure. We'll discuss cloud computing in the context of BootStack, a managed OpenStack offering based on Ubuntu. Talligent's OpenBook software demonstrates how and why to perform cloud measurement, billing and potentially charge back.
John Meadows, VP of Business Development for Talligent, has an engineering background. He has worked on cost model development for software, provided direct input on virtualisation management systems for both software and hardware, and understands the importance of the intersection of operations, consulting, competitive analysis, and market alignment.
Arturo Suarez, Product Strategy for Canonical, has a background as a business analyst and IT director. He was a founding member of Stackops, an IaaS solution based on OpenStack. Arturo has experience building platforms for growing companies that need modern cloud and agile infrastructure and understands the balance between DIY and leveraging hosted solutions.
With the irruption of Open Source and Software-Defined components in the Data Centre, there has been a shift of cost from licensing and appliances - in the traditional IT - to operations. The challenge in this new era, where all the components evolve faster than adoption, learning curves and skill development, resides in keeping the operations efficient while adding innovation, with its inherent complexity.
During this webinar we will go through best practices to navigate that transition and set up your operations teams to the future while keeping cost contained and services competitive.
The ICT sector is moving us inexorably towards a software-enabled digital world, but many still fail to understand the power of this trend, how it is going to impact/benefit the ICT Industries and infrastructures delivering them.
Among topics discussed will be:
- Present and future impact of Software Defined technologies on IT (challenges and opportunities)
- How Software-Defined is enabling the digital transformation
- Best practices and recommendation on adopting software-defined technologies with the future in mind.
This Webinar is aimed at IT professionals and CIOs/CDOs/CTOs seeking to understand more about how software-defined impacts the present and future of enterprises.
Cloud deployment presents a new set of challenges for many organisations today:
- How to rapidly deploy services and systems in response to changing business needs
- How to manage large numbers of servers and the cloud services that run on them
- How to control the increasingly interconnected services in an dynamic and even unstable environment
In response to these needs, Canonical - the team behind Ubuntu - developed Juju, a ground-breaking cloud orchestration and management tool. Juju allows developers and system administrators to quickly deploy cloud services and easily manage new, elastic computing services.
So what exactly is Juju and what does it do? Mark Ramm will answer these question in this live webinar. Join us, learn more and ask questions live!
Developing a new device is hard. So is taking that device to production. However, we see numerous examples of companies devoting all of their time to development, and none to answering the important questions that are raised as one approaches production, such as:
* What is my factory process?
* How is the base OS updated so as to remain secure?
* How is my own software updated?
* How is the device recovered if an update goes wrong?
In this webinar we'll discuss:
* The challenges of commercialising robots
* Using ROS in your production code
* Build security in from the get go with snaps and Ubuntu Core
* Continuously deliver new features and updates without the cold sweat
Zentyal y Canonical anunciaron recientemente un acuerdo estratégico a nivel mundial para ofrecer una alternativa Linux fácil de usar a la infraestructura TIC de las pymes. Los Partners Autorizados de Zentyal pueden ahora proveer soluciones Linux completas para las pequeñas y medianas empresas, contando con el apoyo total de Canonical.
Únete al webinario con César López de Zentyal y Maria Bonnefon de Canonical para aprender más sobre los beneficios que este acuerdo ofrece a tu negocio.
The majority of IoT deployments across smart city, industrial or smart home are still relatively small scale and their benefits kept within the confines of the respective organisations. Slow deployments and costs are often to blame which prevent IT managers to go from proof of concepts to production. But for all to fully reap the benefits of IoT, large deployments scaling across cities and multiple sites will be required. In this session, Mike Bell will share some of the insights of deploying Ubuntu in production across IoT verticals: digital signage, smart city, industrial, retail, telecoms...Read more >
A webinar diving in the technology inside Ubuntu Core, the version of Ubuntu dedicated to IoT Hosted by Oliver Grawert, the Engineer behind the Ubuntu Core images for Raspberry Pi and DragonBoard,
What will you learn?
* Ubuntu Core in depth technical coverage
* Building an Ubuntu Core device image
* Packaging apps as snaps for IoT deployment