New features in Ubuntu 12.10, the world’s most cloud-friendly OS

Mark Baker Product Manager for Server & Cloud at Canonical
Another 6 months has passed so time for another Ubuntu release! Join Mark Baker, Ubuntu Server Product Manager to find out about the new features in Ubuntu 12.10 and how you can take advantage of them.

Whether you are new to Ubuntu or using it already this webinar will give an insight into 12.10 for both server and cloud computing. Register today to learn more!
Oct 23 2012
49 mins
New features in Ubuntu 12.10, the world’s most cloud-friendly OS
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