Linux News Today: OpenStack Solution Provider Awnix Joins Canonical's Cloud Partner Programme
Canonical was excited to announce that Awnix, an OpenStack solution provider with over 25 years of experience designing systems for enterprise data centre environments, has joined its Partner Reseller Programme for cloud solutions.
Lead by a team of technology experts with decades of experience, Awnix is well-known for providing OpenStack solutions tailored to the United Stated of America (USA) federal government, and by joining Canonical’s Cloud Partner Programme, they will be able to much faster and easily develop their unique solutions.
“Ubuntu is a worldwide leader in Linux and OpenStack development, innovation and flexibility, so collaborating with Canonical better enables us to easily and rapidly develop platforms and solutions that are highly scalable, robust, and secure,” said Rick Kundiger, CEO of Awnix.
“The combination of Canonical’s expertise and leadership in OpenStack together with Awnix’s extensive experience in the Federal Government is another step we take to bring cloud solutions to the US Public Sector in order to improve civic services,” said Marcin Kierdelewicz, Director of Channel Business Development, from Canonical.
Canonical and Awnix are present at the WEST 2016 conference
Next week, between February 17-19, Canonical and Awnix, will be present at the WEST 2016 conference to showcase their joint solutions, which, of course, will be based on the latest Ubuntu Cloud technologies, such as OpenStack, Juju, MAAS (Metal as a Service), as well as PLUMgrid’s famous SDN, NFV, and network virtualization PLUMgrid OpenStack Networking Suite product.
The WEST 2016 conference will happen in San Diego, California, USA, and Canonical’s booth is 1549. Be there if you want to get a taste of the latest enterprise cloud solutions developed by Awnix in collaboration with Canonical, the company behind the world’s most popular free operating system, Ubuntu Linux. More details can be found in the press release attached below.