Ubuntu Server 20.04 LTS: stability, security and more

Ubuntu Server 20.04 LTS (long-term support) is here with enterprise-class stability, resiliency and even better security. As an LTS release, it will be supported by Canonical until 2025. However, customers can extend security updates by an additional five years through the ESM (Extended Security Maintenance) service as part of their UA-I (Ubuntu Advantage for Infrastructure) […]

Kubernetes 1.18 release candidate available for testing

The latest release of Kubernetes is now available for download and experimentation, with the MicroK8s Kubernetes 1.18 release candidate. The easiest, fastest way to get the latest Kubernetes is to install MicroK8s on your machine. Just run: sudo snap install microk8s –channel=1.18/candidate –classic Or from snapcraft.io: https://snapcraft.io/microk8s select 1.18/candidate MicroK8s is installable across Ubuntu and […]

OpenStack Charms 20.02 – CephFS backend for Manila and more

Canonical is proud to announce the availability of OpenStack Charms 20.02. This new release introduces a range of exciting features and several improvements which enhance Charmed OpenStack across various areas. CephFS backend for Manila The OpenStack Charms 20.02 release introduces support for Ceph File System (CephFS) to be used as storage backed for Manila. CephFS […]

MAAS 2.6 – ESXi storage, multiple gateways, HTTP boot and more

Canonical is happy to announce the availability of MAAS 2.6. This new release introduces a range of very exciting features and several improvements that enhances MAAS across various areas. Let’s talk about a few notable ones: Growing support for ESXi Datastores MAAS has expanded its support of ESXi by allowing administrators to create & configure […]

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