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235 posts from 2019

The State of Robotics – September 2019

By Rhys Davies, 8 October 2019

The Ubuntu robotics team presents, The State of Robotics. A monthly blog series that will round up exciting news in robotics, discuss projects using ROS, and...

Container registry for Kubernetes with GitLab

By Peter Jose De Sousa, 8 October 2019

Container orchestration solutions such as Kubernetes allow development teams to be quick and agile with their software deployments. “One of the main features...

Five Key Kubernetes Resources for IoT

By Galem KAYO, 7 October 2019

IoT workloads are moving from central clouds to the edge, for reasons pertaining to latency, privacy, autonomy, and economics. However, workloads spread over...

Robotics security: What is SROS 2?

By Kyle Fazzari, 4 October 2019

We at Canonical have been hard at work on the security features of version 2 of the Robot Operating System (ROS 2). However, if we lift our collective heads...

The smart dump plugin

By Igor Ljubuncic, 4 October 2019

As you probably already know, snapcraft supports a range of plugins, designed to aid developers in making their snaps in an easier, faster, more transparent...

ROSCon Japan 2019!

By Rhys Davies, 3 October 2019

ROSCon Japan 2019 was a resounding success. We took in the keynote speech from Ryan Gariepy, Co-founder and CTO of Clearpath Robotics. We demoed the first...

5G Core implementation: Challenges in the field

By Tytus Kurek, 1 October 2019

With an emerging demand for higher speeds, lower latency, and increasing connection density,  telecommunications providers have started implementing 5G. While...

Design and Web team summary –27 September 2019

By Peter Mahnke, 30 September 2019

This was a fairly busy two weeks for the Web & design team at Canonical.  The first week was spent at an Engineering Sprint in Paris France. The second week...

Easy Linux Game Streaming with OBS

By Alan Pope, 26 September 2019

For many, watching other people play games has long taken over from TV as the favoured source of entertainment content. As a creator, whether you stream via...

Deploying Kubernetes Locally – MicroK8s

By anaqvi, 25 September 2019

This is the second part of our introduction to MicroK8s blog series. In the previous blog, we introduced MicroK8s, went over K8s basic concepts and showed you...

Popular snaps per distro

By Igor Ljubuncic, 19 September 2019

From a distance, Linux is one big, confusing ball of passionate users and hardcore technical jargon. But as you zoom in, you can start seeing patterns – and...

Announcing the new IBM LinuxONE III with Ubuntu

By Guest, 18 September 2019

This is a guest blog by Kara Todd, Director, Linux, IBM Z and LinuxONE Enterprises today need a highly secure, and flexible system to support their...