Cloud tool Juju GUI 0.14 released with improvements

Juju is a robust Ubuntu technology designed in mind with the cloud, tool permitting an effective manner of deploying, managing, configuring and scaling charms in the modern cloud, charms translating versatile applications into services; as a consequence, with Juju and Juju charms, persons, companies and teams can deploy and utilize in the cloud Hadoop, Cassandra, MySQL, Ceph, WordPress, MongoDB, etc.

BETA locally-based Juju deployments available

On phones, to-arrive on tablets and solidly on desktops are the places powered by Ubuntu, operating system establishing a top level of quality and performance on relevant form factors.

Additionally, Ubuntu can be used to tame, configure and fully utilize the modern cloud, Ubuntu already featuring Juju Charms, OpenStack support, adoption by Dell, etc, Ubuntu being an important player in the cloud environment spanning both common and hyperscaled precisely-provisioned cloud structures.

How to try MAAS and Juju in a virtual machine on Ubuntu 12.04 LTS

Under Ubuntu's umbrella there are numerous software types and functionalities, including the desktop-oriented Ubuntu operating system, Ubuntu for phones, as well as powerful cloud technologies.

Juju and MAAS are two versatile cloud tools addressed to users, teams and developers seeking to experience a modern cloud journey through numerous cloud types and sizes, manners presented in numerous official tutorials and how-tos.

How to try MAAS and Juju in a virtual machine

Along with the desktop and the polished phone, Ubuntu,--as a whole--, contains a bundle of advanced cloud-oriented technologies available for users, developers and companies seeking to benefit solid and agile manners of utilizing the complex cloud.

Juju GUI 0.13 released, complex charm bundles available for demo

Juju is a powerful versatile cloud tool designed in mind with and solidly delivering a modern manner of managing, configuring, tweaking, scaling and deploying charms on public, private and hybrid clouds, charms being software defining applications as services.

Presently, via Juju, companies, developers and administrators can deploy more than 100 charms, among which Liferay, Ceph, MediaWiki, MongoDB, Cassandra, Rails.

Dell published Canonical-Dell explanatory clip

Presently, Canonical can be described as a serious important IT player at a planetary scale, Canonical that has arrived in the top area of the computer industry via innovation and partnerships.

As related to innovation, Canonical has faced the world with Ubuntu converged and an overall optimized desktop, while significantly pushing forward Linux as a whole through Ubuntu, operating system used by 30 million users.

"Deploying Web Applications using Juju" sees part 3, completes the explanatory tutorial

Ubuntu is a modern family of operating systems and technologies spanning desktops, phones and the futuristic cloud, permitting the taming of the whole IT universe through a full-spectrum nature.

Meaning, downloading the installable images for the desktop, users can install Ubuntu on ultrabooks and extreme desktops, by utilizing command-line tools, users can install Ubuntu on smartphones, by utilizing Juju, users can deploy services in the cloud.

Cloud-tool Juju GUI 0.12 released with bundle support

Juju is a powerful, versatile and advanced cloud tool designed in mind with and solidly delivering hassle-free manners of deploying, configuring, maintaining, scaling and managing services in the cloud.

Juju's power can be utilized via command line and/or Juju GUI, latter acting as an intuitive web-based interface suitable to accurately manage Juju and its related functionalities.

"Deploying workloads with Juju and MAAS", administrator-friendly insightful book

In the latest years Canonical has emerged as a more and more powerful company, creating, managing and leading innovation in the global IT ecosystem.

Along with the powerful desktop and the recently-released Ubuntu for phones, Canonical has been deeply and seriously involved in the cloud, too, most advanced computing structure tamed by Canonical and pushed forward, in order to deliver innovative cloud solutions, projects and technologies to users, developers, companies and major IT players.