Welcome to the documentation for Juju 3.3!
To find out what’s new, see the Release notes.
To upgrade from 2.9, see How to upgrade your Juju deployment from 2.9 to 3.x.
Juju is an open source orchestration engine for software operators that enables the deployment, integration and lifecycle management of applications at any scale, on any infrastructure, using special software operators called ‘charms’.
Juju provides a declarative and model-driven way to install, provision, maintain, update, upgrade, and integrate applications on and across Kubernetes containers, Linux containers, virtual machines, and bare metal machines, on public or private cloud.
As such, Juju makes it simple, intuitive, and efficient to manage the full lifecycle of complex applications in hybrid cloud.
For system operators and DevOps who manage applications in the cloud, Juju simplifies code; for CIOs, it helps align code with business decisions.
Get started - a hands-on introduction to Juju for new users
Step-by-step guides covering key operations and common tasks
Discussion and clarification of key topics
Technical information - specifications, APIs, architecture
Juju is an open source project that warmly welcomes community projects, contributions, suggestions, fixes and constructive feedback.
- Learn about the Roadmap & Releases
- Read our Code of Conduct
- Join the Mattermost chat to talk about Juju, charms, docs, or to meet the community
- Join the Discourse forum to talk about Juju, charms, docs, or to meet the community
- Report a bug on Launchpad
- Contribute to the documentation on Discourse
- Contribute to the code on GitHub
- Visit the Juju careers page
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