Build your cloud strategy with Ubuntu
70% of public cloud workloads and 55% of OpenStack clouds run on Ubuntu.*
- Use conjure-up to easily create an OpenStack cloud using containers on a single machine
- Build your own production private cloud with OpenStack Autopilot
- Get us to build and manage your production OpenStack cloud with BootStack
- Model and deploy applications to any cloud with Juju
- Get cloud-style automation for physical servers with MAAS
- Use Ubuntu on certified public clouds
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A selection of our OpenStack clients
Try an OpenStack cloud with conjure-up
Conjure-up’s ability to easily and quickly deploy real-world OpenStack on a single laptop using LXD containers is ideal for first-time users or developers.
Build your production cloud with OpenStack Autopilot
Deploy and manage your cloud quickly and easily.
- Fully automated deployment — just add servers or VMs
- Deploy, manage and scale your OpenStack cloud with ease
- First ten servers for free
- Rapid scaling to add more capacity when you need it
- Includes management tooling and commercial support from Canonical
BootStack is a fully managed private cloud on OpenStack
- We’ll build an OpenStack cloud on your premises or hosted environment and operate it according to an agreed SLA
- We’ll train your staff to run it
- When you’re ready, we’ll hand over the keys
Leading vendors publish on Juju
MAAS is Metal as a Service
The bare metal physical cloud
- Cloud-style automation for physical servers
- Works with all certified servers from every major vendor
- Configure RAID, LVM and partitions on storage devices
- Configure network bonds, VLANs and subnets
- The leading open source tool for IP address management (IPAM)
- The fastest way to deploy Ubuntu, CentOS, Windows or custom images
- Restful API, WebUI and command line client
Use Ubuntu on certified public clouds
The most popular operating system across public clouds.
- Canonical guarantees the consistency, security and performance of Ubuntu on all our certified public clouds
- Enterprise-grade commercial support is available
- Twice as popular on the Amazon cloud as all other operating systems combined**