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Less than 6 months to Ubuntu 16.04 ESM: 6 things to prepare

Ubuntu 16.04 LTS Xenial Xerus will enter the extended security maintenance (ESM) period in April 2021. This article explains the ESM period and provides a guide for six key considerations when planning a migration path from Ubuntu 16.04 LTS. Contact us with your ESM questions What is ESM? Every Ubuntu Long Term Support (LTS) release […]

Open Operators Training Day hosted by Canonical: a co-located KubeCon event

Register for Operators Day Date: Tuesday, November 17Registration Fees: Complimentary KubeCon NA is just around the corner and, as always, we aim to give back to the community in any way we can. That’s why, in the context of the upcoming KubeCon, we’re hosting a full-day training on operators, led by Canonical’s engineers. The Open […]

Malawi’s TNM selects Canonical’s Charmed OpenStack to help lead virtualisation charge

10 November 2020 – Canonical, the publisher of Ubuntu, today announced that its Charmed OpenStack, an open source private cloud solution that allows businesses to control large pools of computer, storage and networking in a datacentre, has been selected by Telekom Networks Malawi Plc (TNM), to modernise and virtualise its entire telecommunications infrastructure. TNM is […]

Introducing etrace – a multi-purpose application profiling tool

These days, the internal workings of Linux applications involve many different moving parts. Sometimes, it can be rather difficult to debug them when things go wrong or run slower than expected. Tracing an application’s execution is one way of understanding potential issues without diving into the source code. To this end, we wrote an app-tracing […]