Canonical has released a case study about how its tools, including Juju, have been used to build Yahoo! Japan’s private cloud.
From the article:
Using Ubuntu and a wide range of Canonical’s management tools, Yahoo! Japan has been able to reduce both CAPEX and OPEX costs while successfully building and operating a large scale IaaS environment.
In this case study, learn how Yahoo! Japan:
- Deployed an OpenStack private cloud with 1PB of Ceph storage across three regions using MAAS and Juju.
- Benefited from the reassurance and expertise of Canonical engineers through Ubuntu Advantage to ensure unexpected incidents are kept to a minimum.
- Have future-proofed themselves by taking advantage of ESM (Extended Security Maintenance) for security patches until April 2028.