Hosted Juju controllers
- Managed by Canonical, the company behind Ubuntu
- Highly-available, secure, multi-region infrastructure
- 24/7 monitoring and alerting
Share and collaborate
- Identity management across all models
- Read only mode available
Deploy to public clouds
- Use your existing credentials to deploy to any cloud
Pre-configured open source software
- All the ops knowledge required to automate the behaviour of your application
- Reusable and repeatable workloads
- Portable solutions across clouds
One view of all clouds and models
- All models shared and owned by you in one place
- Monitor the status of your models at a glance
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1 Create an Ubuntu Single Sign On identity
JAAS uses Ubuntu SSO for identity management, so if you don’t already have an account create one at https://login.ubuntu.com
2 Get cloud credentials from your provider
JAAS deploys your workload to your cloud of choice, so you must provide your cloud credentials for JAAS to create and access virtual machines on your behalf. We recommend that users generate a new set of credentials exclusively for use with JAAS via the public cloud’s IAM tools. For instructions on getting your credentials see our credentials documentation page.
3 Start modelling
On the web
On the command line:
If you haven’t installed Juju yet follow these instructions to get it running on your system.
Register the JAAS controller with:
juju register jimm.jujucharms.com
With Juju 2.2 beta and later, registration is not required. Simply:
juju login jaas
4 Find solutions to deploy
Hundreds of popular cloud-oriented applications such as Kubernetes, Apache Hadoop, Big Data solutions and OpenStack are available in the store as charms and bundles. New ones are added nearly every day and are regularly reviewed and updated.
Alternatively, you can test and deploy models on your own hardware
Use Juju for private cloud infrastructure or deploying onto bare metal, including:
You can also deploy to public clouds including Amazon Web Services, Google Cloud Platform, Microsoft Azure, Digital Ocean and Joyent.Install Juju