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Introduction To Juju: Automating Cloud Operations

Modern software is getting complicated, and we’re simply not able to
hire or train people fast enough to operate it due to the complexity of
micro-services running across many machines. Juju from Canonical allows
you to deploy open source operations code and model-driven operations at
any scale on any cloud. Join the Juju team to find out what Juju is, and
what benefits it can bring to your company.
Recorded Feb 28 2018 42 mins
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