We’ve got some pretty awesome sessions for this week’s Ubuntu Online Summit.
Not only are these sessions planning events for the next cycle, but this time we’ve added a bunch of tutorials and HOWTO content, so not only do you get to see how the sausage is made, you can actually learn stuff.
Here’s what we’re doing today, starting at 1500UTC, you can find more information on the schedule. I’ll post daily “what’s coming posts” in the meantime. We’ll be on
#ubuntu-uos-cloud on Freenode IRC and on the hangout at each session’s page (see the links below).
What’s new in Juju 1.23 - Juju 1.23 is a major release, in this session we’ll go over all the new features, including storage, actions, and support for Google Cloud engine.
Charm debugging - This session will be all about debugging charms, including using
juju dhx for quick peer charming.
Juju share and Juju SOS - This is a spec review. Marco and I had the idea that people should be able to easily share their session with someone else over the internet (juju share), and that people should be able to easily dump their unit logs (juju sos).
[Modelling Docker containers with Juju] - This one is sure to be popular; Whit, Chuck, and Matt will be going over our work to bring Docker containers to the Juju world. This will include not only the standalone docker charm but will go over all the work we’ve been doing to bring you Kubernetes. If you’re at all interested in either Kubes or Docker you’ll definately want to be at this session.
EDIT: The Docker containers session is tomorrow, instead we’ll be doing big data:
And that’s it for Monday, I’ll post tomorrow’s session at the close of the day today.