Multi-tenancy in MAAS

In this blog post, we are going to introduce the concept of multi-tenancy in MAAS. This allows operators to have different groups of users own a group of resources (machines) without ever even knowing about other groups of users enabling enhanced machine utilisation. A common use case for medium and large-scale environments is to provide […]

Provisioning ESXi with MAAS: An overview

MAAS has supported provisioning ESXi starting from MAAS 2.5. However, MAAS 2.6 has expanded its support and provides new features that significantly improves the provisioning experience. What is supported? The support MAAS provides for provisioning an operating system varies depending on the operating system in use. Even though MAAS tries to support all its features […]

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Provisioning ESXi with MAAS: An overview

MAAS has supported provisioning ESXi starting from MAAS 2.5. However, MAAS 2.6 has expanded its support and provides new features that significantly improves the provisioning experience. What is supported? The support MAAS provides for provisioning an operating system varies depending on the operating system in use. Even though MAAS tries to support all its features […]

BT turns to Canonical Ubuntu to enable next generation 5G Cloud Core

Today, Canonical announces it’s Charmed OpenStack on Ubuntu has been selected by BT as a key component of its next generation 5G Core. Canonical, the company behind Ubuntu, will provide the open source virtual infrastructure manager (VIM) as part of BT’s Network Function Virtualisation (NFV) program, and the transition to a cloud-based Core network. This […]

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Design and Web team summary – 10 June 2019

This was a fairly busy two weeks for the Web & design team at Canonical.  Here are some of the highlights of our completed work. Web Web is the squad that develop and maintain most of the brochure websites across the Canonical. Integrating the blog into www.ubuntu.com We have been working on integrating the blog […]

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Need to set up servers in remote locations?

Use bare metal provisioning with a top-of-the-rack switch When deploying a small footprint environment such as edge computing sites, 5G low latency services, a site support cabinet or baseband unit, its critical to establish the optimal number of physical servers needed for set up. While several approaches exist, bare metal provisioning through KVM can often […]

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