Fuga News: Get ready for the launch - Fuga Cloud
Get ready for the launch

Get ready for the launch

We are thrilled to inform you that we have gone live with our public OpenStack cloud. Since yesterday, you can start working on our OpenStack cloud that goes by the name of Fuga. This means that the beta testing period has come to an end. To get started with the Fuga cloud, you have to create a new account on our website. You need an invite code, which you can find below. We have renamed your beta tenantname and username, please view the details below. Until the 11th of September you have the possibility to move you data to the new Fuga cloud.

Furthermore, you can find the current prices and information on this website.

Your new tenantname: beta_<tenantname>
Your new username: beta_<username>
Your invite code: FUGALAUNCH

Launch party

We are going to launch Fuga publicly on Friday the 25th of September. Because we think the launch is worth celebrating, we are organising a launch party. We like to invite you for this event to thank you and to celebrate with us. You are most welcome at our Cyso office in Alkmaar from 15:00 hrs. We hope the weather will be nice so the party can take place on our rooftop terrace.

During the launch party one of our directors will be giving a presentation about Fuga and the techniques behind the platform. We will also show you the benefits of OpenStack in a live demo. Afterwards we will serve cold drinks and Dutch snacks. Besides, we will provide you with a discount code, which you can use on our website.

OpenStack Benelux Conference

We are going to join the OpenStack Benelux Conference in Bussum on September 17. We will be presenting Fuga with a stand on the information market. Furthermore, Tjebbe de Winter (CTO of Fuga/Cyso) is going to give a keynote together with John Zannos, VP of Canonical. Tickets for the OpenStack Benelux Conference are still available.

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