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#JujuCharms GUI 2.6.0 is here! Featuring updated search results, deploying private content from the GUI, a new account page, terms and conditions support, and more!

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#MAAS 2.2 is here! Featuring support for Intel Rack Scale Design, migrating spaces from subnets to VLANs, MAAS Pods, hardware testing, DHCP relay support, web UI notifications and more. Read the full release notes here!

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At #OpenStackSummit, Marco Ceppi and Ryan Beisner discussed when, why how, or if you even should use #Kubernetes. Here's a recap of their talk!

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The Q3 Edition of the Developer Economics survey is here! Our friends at VisionMobile are investigating developer tools, training, and resources to paint a picture of the developer landscape. If you're a developer, take this survey for your chance to win cool prizes including Arduino kits, Udemy courses, and even an Oculus Rift!

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Take a video tour of #JujuCharms GUI 2.6.0

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The #OpenStack team are back from #OpenStackSummit Boston and are talking about the experience 🔴LIVE🔴 on #TheJujuShow right now!

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It's today! Join Tom Hurlbut from Dell and Paul Edrich from IMS Evolve for today's webinar. Register now:

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“For OpenStack to succeed as it moves forward, we need to be able to show you can upgrade gracefully without service interruption. … So a lot of the work that we’ve been doing is [about] how we streamline these operations, how we crowdsource best practices for operating these clouds of scale”

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“It strikes me as really odd when people are asking, ‘Are containers ready for production?’ Containers have been part of our DNA at Ubuntu for about 10 years now.”

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Welcome to the first ever Ubuntu #OpenStack development summary!

These summaries are intended to be a regular communication of activities and plans happening in and around Ubuntu OpenStack, covering but not limited to the distribution and deployment of OpenStack on Ubuntu.

If there is something that you would like to see covered in future summaries, or you have general feedback on content please feel free to reach out to James Page (jamespage on Freenode IRC) or any of the OpenStack Engineering team at Canonical!
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