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OpenStack solutions

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James Page

  • Affiliation: Canonical Ltd

James is one of the first Juju charmers in the community and was the original author of the OpenStack charms. His charms allow an initial deployment of a base cloud and allows users to add metering and Landscape afterwards. James is currently working on adding high-availability bundles to this, and resides in Norwich, UK.


Benchmarking solutions

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Adam Israel

  • Affiliation: Canonical Ltd

Adam is working on benchmarking with Juju, and has published a comprehensive Python library named charm-benchmark to ease the development of benchmark charms. Adam lives in Southwest Ontario, Canada with his lovely wife and writing partner, three dogs, and more cats than he’ll admit to.


PaaS Solutions

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Chris Donati

  • Affiliation: AppScale

Chris Donati has been working on improving the AppScale platform, which lets you deploy your Google App Engine application on any cloud, public or private. He lives in Santa Barbara, California, where he’s been trying to get better at the game of Go.


Database Solutions

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Philip Stoev

  • Affiliation: Galera Cluster

Philip Stoev is a QA and Release Manager with Galera Cluster, responsible for the overall quality of the product. He has worked on distributed systems and databases for more than a decade at Oracle, MariaDB and NuoDB. His database testing framework, the RQG, is widely used in the MySQL ecosystem and won the Application of the Year MySQL Community Award in 2014.


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Juju partner programmes

Charm Partner Programme

The Charm Partner Programme will help you to get your solution into the Charm Store, giving new benefits to your current customers, as well as accessing new potential users.

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OpenStack Interoperability Lab

The Ubuntu OpenStack Interoperability Lab (OIL) is an integration lab where Canonical tests our cloud partners products in countless Ubuntu OpenStack configurations, over and over again.

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