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Canonical at RISC-V Summit 2021

RISC-V Summit is an annual conference that showcases the power that open collaboration can have on the processor industry. This year, the event is taking place in San Francisco and virtually on December 6-8th and is co-located with the Design Automation Conference and SEMICON West. Canonical is a proud bronze sponsor of the RISC-V Summit. […]

Dell EMC PowerEdge and Canonical Charmed Ceph, a proven solution

Here at Canonical, we have lots of industry partnerships where we work jointly, hand-in-hand, to produce the best possible outcomes for the open source community. From getting early access to next generation hardware to ensure Ubuntu is fully compatible when it’s released, to creating solution orientated reference architectures for products built on top of Ubuntu […]

Data centre networking: SDN fundamentals

This blog post is part of our data centre networking series: Data centre networking : What is SDN Data centre networking : SDN fundamentals Data centre networking : SDDC Data centre networking : OVS and OVN Data centre networking : SmartNICs In the precedent blog, we provided an introduction to Software-Defined Networking (SDN) and the […]

Provisioning bare metal Kubernetes clusters with Spectro Cloud and MAAS

Bare metal Kubernetes (K8s) is now easier than ever. Spectro Cloud has recently posted an article about integrating Kubernetes with MAAS (Metal-as-a-Service. In the article, they describe how they have created a provider for the Kubernetes Cluster API for Canonical MAAS (Metal-as-a-Service).  This blog describes briefly the benefits of bare metal K8s, the challenges it […]