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Ubuntu Core: an independent security analysis

By Guest, 9 April 2020

This is a guest blog by Trent R.Hein, Co-CEO of Rule 4. Once in a while an opportunity comes along that brings out our inner geek like no other, which is what...

Questioning the doc

By Bill Wear, 9 April 2020

Here’s a VLOG about some changes we’re making to the MAAS documentation. It’s all about using questions at the top of articles to help direct attention. This...

CIS hardened Ubuntu: cyber attack and malware prevention for mission-critical systems

By Vineetha Kamath, 9 April 2020

The Center for Internet Security (CIS) is a nonprofit organisation that uses a community-driven process to release benchmarks to safeguard enterprises against...

An adventure through the Snap Store

By Igor Ljubuncic, 9 April 2020

An application store with a large number of entries is a double-edged sword. It’s often a good sign of a vibrant, thriving community of software creators,...

Simplify NFV adoption – Charmed OSM and Managed Apps

By nilayshrugged, 8 April 2020

Charmed OSM and Managed Apps let telecom operators accelerate adoption of NFV. This is needed because the way we consume data has changed. We want data at a...

The Wellcome Sanger Institute: sharing genomic research worldwide securely with supported Ceph

By Sarah Dickinson, 7 April 2020

A world-leading genomic research centre, the Wellcome Sanger Institute uses advanced DNA sequencing technology for large-scale studies that surpass the...

Edge AI in a 5G world – part 4: How your business can benefit from ‘smart cell towers’

By Eduardo Aguilar Pelaez, 3 April 2020

This is part of a blog series on the impact that 5G and GPUs at the edge will have on the roll out of new AI solutions. You can read the other posts here....

LXD 4.0 LTS stable release is now available

By Alex Chalkias, 3 April 2020

The stable release of LXD, the machine container hypervisor, is now available. LXD 4.0 is the third LTS release for LXD and will be supported for 5 years,...

The State of Robotics – March 2020

By Rhys Davies, 3 April 2020

Damn it March. 2020 was doing so well. The biggest news last month was the dramatic escalation of COVID-19. We won’t go into any detail, I’m sure you’re...

Edge AI in a 5G world – part 3: Why ‘smart cell towers’ matter to AI

By Eduardo Aguilar Pelaez, 2 April 2020

This is part of a blog series on the impact that 5G and GPUs at the edge will have on the roll out of new AI solutions. You can read the other posts here....

Edge AI in a 5G world – part 2: Why make cell towers smart?

By Eduardo Aguilar Pelaez, 2 April 2020

This is part of a blog series on the impact that 5G and GPUs at the edge will have on the roll out of new AI solutions. You can read the other posts here....

Steps to maximise robotics security with Ubuntu

By Alex Cattle, 1 April 2020

The Robot Operating System (ROS) is a popular open-source platform for advanced robotics. Its flexibility and ease-of-use make it well-suited to a wide array...

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