Ubuntu Cloud Webcast and service orchestration

Today I have assisted to the Ubuntu Cloud Webcast, Presented by: Mark Shuttleworth (Canonical Founder) and Stephen O’Grady from Redmonk.


I have assisted to several others Ubuntu webminars:

  • What’s new in Landscape 1.5:
  1. Link to the webinar
  2. Link to the documents
  • Ubuntu Enterprsie Cloud in your Business:
  1. Link to the webinar
  2. Link to the documents
  • Successful desktop migrations:
  1. Link to the webinar
  2. Link to the documents
  • Managing UEC with Landscape:
  1. Link to the webinar
  2. Link to the documents
  • Top 10 Server questions answered
  1. Link to the webinar This one I couldn’t assist  🙁 but anyway the webinar is public 🙂

Here you are the list with all Canonical webminars.

More or less I already knew all the concepts speakers talked about: Landscape, cloud, computing, monitoring, provisioning etc. But in this one I first hear about something called Service orchestration.

I have previous experience with (as they call in the webinar): Machine-centric configuration management systems as puppet and more or less with Landscape but In the webinar they talk about Service-centric management.

Interesting concept: managing services not machines.

I have learned something new so I can go to sleep now. – Spanish saying


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