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Kubernetes: a secure, flexible and automated edge for IoT developers

By cmoullec, 14 January 2020

Cloud native software such as containers and Kubernetes and IoT/edge are playing a prominent role in the digital transformation of enterprise organisations....

Why you should upgrade Windows 7 to Ubuntu

By Rhys Davies, 14 January 2020

Windows 7 has reached the end of its life. It will no longer receive security updates and Microsoft’s technical support will stop. Running an out-of-date OS...

How to launch IoT devices – Part 1: Why it takes so long

By nilayshrugged, 14 January 2020

(This blog post is part of a 5 part series, titled “How to launch IoT devices”. It will cover the key choices and concerns when turning bright IoT ideas into...

The State of Robotics – Robotics Over the Holidays

By Rhys Davies, 10 January 2020

Canonical closes for the holidays, but robots just get more festive. Roboticists seem to feel the festive spirit, and it turns their projects into festive...

Infrastructure-as-Code mistakes and how to avoid them

By Tim McNamara, 10 January 2020

Two industry trends point to a gap in DevOps tooling chosen by many. Operations teams need more than an Infrastructure-as-Code approach, but a complete...

“MAAS. What number would you like?”

By Bill Wear, 9 January 2020

Enhanced MAAS Network Testing and Link Checking I remember getting my own phone line when I was about thirteen years old, thanks to my first job in a...

Data Ops at petabyte scale

By Tim McNamara, 8 January 2020

Should you deploy Apache Spark to Kubernetes? Learn how model-driven operations have enabled one data engineering team to evaluate several options and come to...

Keep enterprise ROS robots up-to-date with snaps

By Rhys Davies, 7 January 2020

When a robot is not up-to-date, it becomes about as useful as an expensive paperweight, or companies have to burn money to get them back online. Yet when...

Discover cool apps with snap find

By Igor Ljubuncic, 3 January 2020

Software discovery and installation broadly comes in two flavors – via graphical user interface or on the command line. If you’re using a Linux distribution...

OpenStack vs VMware: Bringing costs down

By Tytus Kurek, 2 January 2020

Moving to OpenStack from VMware can significantly reduce the TCO associated with an initial roll-out and ongoing maintenance of your cloud infrastructure....

This is why smart displays run Ubuntu Core

By nilayshrugged, 27 December 2019

First impressions count, and making sure your users can see and interact with your product in a seamless way, means selecting the right smart display...

MAAS 2.7, better networking features for server provisioning

By Eduardo Aguilar Pelaez, 25 December 2019

Our MAAS team has been hard at work, making life even better for those of you who provision and manage servers and data centres. This hard work has produced a...