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Ubuntu 12.10, due in October, said to be 'Cloud for Human Beings'

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Canonical, which prides itself as the first company to build and sell a commercial OpenStack product, expects to deliver its next generation 12.10 release in October as the 'Cloud for Human Beings.

In addition to OpenStack support, the 12.10 release will also feature the company's Juju and Charms development technologies that make application development for the cloud easier, said Kyle MacDonald, vice president of Cloud at Canoical, at LinuxCon Wedensday.

"You'll see more technologies like Juju in 12.10," he said.

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