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20 posts

Canonical’s showcase at HPE Tech Jam 2024

By Felipe Vanni, 12 March 2024

Canonical, a leading advocate for open-source technology, is excited to announce its participation in the HPE Tech Jam 2024, set to take place in Atlanta and...

WSL and Ubuntu: 2022 year in review

By Oliver Smith, 4 January 2023

Join us as we look back at some of the transformative changes to WSL over the last year as well as a roundup of our personal highlights and Ubuntu insights.

Kubernetes operators – the top 5 things to watch for

By robgibbon, 31 August 2022

Software operators are steadily revolutionising how we deploy and run complex distributed systems. They offer the promise of low-intervention, self-driving...

Create FIPS-enabled Ubuntu container images with 10-year security updates

By Valentin Viennot, 25 May 2022

Canonical’s UA and Pro customers can now fully benefit from their subscriptions directly in containerised environments and pipelines. The new UA client...

Open source enterprise support vs free open source use

By Lech Sandecki, 9 March 2021

Many enterprises use open source enterprise support from a vendor, such as Red Hat or Canonical, to boost uptime and peace of mind. Others choose to use open...

Migrating to Ubuntu LTS: six facts for CentOS users

By Lech Sandecki, 17 December 2020

Considering migrating to Ubuntu from other Linux platforms, such as CentOS? Find six useful facts to get started!

Data centre automation for HPC

By Eduardo Aguilar Pelaez, 29 June 2020

Friction points in HPC DevOps Many High Performance Computing (HPC) setups are still handcrafted configurations where tuning changes can take days or weeks....

What is Apache Kafka?

By robgibbon, 29 June 2020

Discover Charmed Kafka Everyone hates waiting in a queue. On the other hand, when you’re routing an absolute storm of event data around a cloud environment,...

What is Cassandra and why are big tech companies using it?

By nilayshrugged, 5 May 2020

(Canonical recently added Apache Cassandra to its Managed Apps portfolio, based on customer demand. Want any cloud app managed? Reach out to Canonical now....

Canonical announces Managed Apps to simplify enterprise cloud operations

By Canonical, 1 April 2020

1st April 2020: Canonical, the publisher of Ubuntu, today announces Managed Apps – enabling enterprises to have their apps deployed and operated by Canonical...

Learn snapcraft by example – multi-app client-server snap

By Igor Ljubuncic, 27 March 2020

Over the past few months, we published a number of articles showing how to snap desktop applications written in different languages – Rust, Java, C/C++, and...

An intro to MicroK8s

By Alex Cattle, 27 January 2020

MicroK8s is the smallest, fastest multi-node Kubernetes. Single-package fully conformant lightweight Kubernetes that works on 42 flavours of Linux as well as...

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