Ubuntu available in new AWS Marketplace for Containers

The new AWS Marketplace for Containers, launched this week at AWS Re:Invent, provides another fantastic opportunity for developers across public, private and multi-cloud environments to use Ubuntu. The AWS Marketplace provides customers with a trusted selection of container software options to discover and deploy to Amazon ECS (Amazon Elastic Container Services) and Amazon EKS (Amazon […]

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Ubuntu at KubeCon & CloudNativeCon

KubeCon and CloudNativeCon are just around the corner and Ubuntu will be out in force. Held between December 10th – 13th at the Washington State Convention Center in Seattle, KubeCon and CloudNativeCon will be a great opportunity to meet and talk with the Ubuntu team here at Canonical. The Ubuntu team will be showcasing their […]

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OpenStack Summit Berlin 2018, Mark Shuttleworth keynote

Mark Shuttleworth, CEO of Canonical, took to the stage at the OpenStack Summit Berlin to deliver his keynote, dealing with: product and support, MAAS support for ESXi, upgrading OpenStack smoothly and perfectly portable AI from the cloud to the edge. Mastering the delivery of OpenStack. The OpenStack community has, and attracts, amazing people and amazing […]

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Upgrading Charmed Kubernetes

This article describes the advantages users of Charmed Kubernetes enjoy through the high degree of automation charms offer the operator. One of the hardest problems of infrastructure-as-a-service operations is upgrading. Charms make it an easy 3 step process that is highly repeatable and predictable in its outcome. Kubernetes on Ubuntu is a solid choice for […]

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KubeCon and CloudNativeCon

This December, Canonical, the company behind Ubuntu, will be present at KubeCon and CloudNativeCon in Seattle. The team at Ubuntu will be out in force showcasing their work across Kubernetes and containers and highlighting what makes Ubuntu the platform of choice for developers. What makes Canonical stand out from the crowd is that it works […]

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Canonical’s Distribution of Kubernetes supported on Arm architecture

Today, Canonical, the company behind Ubuntu, announces that Canonical’s Distribution of Kubernetes (CDK) is now commercially available and supported on processors and servers based on 64-bit Arm® v8-A architecture. The data centre is evolving to support new workload requirements, it is transforming to be optimised for workloads such as: 5G, the internet of things, edge computing, […]

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Ubuntu 18.10:Multi-cloud,new desktop theme & enhanced snap integration

London, UK, 18th October 2018; Canonical today announced the release of Ubuntu 18.10, focused on multi-cloud deployments, AI software development, a new community desktop theme and richer snap desktop integration. “Ubuntu is now the world’s reference platform for AI engineering and analytics” said Mark Shuttleworth, CEO of Canonical. “We accelerate developer productivity and help enterprises operate […]

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