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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Minimal Ubuntu, on public clouds and Docker Hub

Today we are delighted to introduce the new Minimal Ubuntu, optimized for automated use at scale, with a tiny package set and minimal security cross-section. Speed, performance and stability are primary concerns for cloud developers and ops. “The small footprint of Minimal Ubuntu, when deployed with fast VM provisioning from GCE, helps deliver drastically improved […]

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Evaluating the true cost of multi-cloud

Title: Evaluating the true cost of multi-cloud Speakers: Stephan Fabel & Owen Rogers Date/Time: July 12, 12:00PM EST / 5:00PM BST This webinar will take a look at new insights into multi-cloud economics. Recently, analyst firm 451 Research highlighted savings gained from using Canonical’s managed private cloud as part of a diverse multi-cloud strategy. At […]

451 Research benchmarks public and private infrastructure cost

Independent Report highlights the TCO of Canonical’s managed private cloud in a diverse multi-cloud strategy and enterprise infrastructure portfolio 451 Research’s latest report, ‘Busting the myth of private cloud economics ’, found that Canonical’s managed private OpenStack offering, BootStack, delivers private cloud with a TCO that matches public clouds. For multi-cloud operations, enterprise can benefit […]