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MAAS archives

44 posts

Data Centre AI evolution: combining MAAS and NVIDIA smart NICs

By Benjamin Ryzman, 21 June 2024

It has been several years since Canonical committed to implementing support for NVIDIA smart NICs in our products. Among them, Canonical’s metal-as-a-service...

Deploy an on-premise data hub with Canonical MAAS, Spark, Kubernetes and Ceph

By robgibbon, 14 May 2024

Download the Spark reference architecture guide In this post we’ll explore deploying a fully operational, on-premise data hub using Canonical’s data centre...

Bringing automation to telco edge clouds at scale

By Serdar Vural, 23 February 2024

Canonical and Spectro Cloud have collaborated to develop an effective and composable telco edge cloud solution, which is built with Canonical’s open source...

MOTL: N33 NUC, Part 2

By Bill Wear, 3 January 2024

Accessing the BIOS; making a plan My next step is to confirm whether or not the N33 NUC will PXE boot. A moderate Google search didn’t turn up any active...

Canonical joins the Sylva project

By Serdar Vural, 5 December 2023

Canonical is proud to announce that we have joined the Sylva project of Linux Foundation Europe as a General Member. We aim to bring our open source...

MOTL: Minis Forum N33 NUC

By Bill Wear, 30 November 2023

Part 1: The hardware setup As a first attempt at trying MAAS outside the lines (MOTL), let’s pick a random, inexpensive Next Unit of Computing (NUC). Indeed,...

A call for community

By Bill Wear, 16 October 2023

Introduction Open source projects are a testament to the possibilities of collective action. From small libraries to large-scale systems, these projects rely...

MAAS Outside the Lines

By Bill Wear, 10 October 2023

Far from the humdrum of server setups, this is about unusual deployments – Raspberry Pis, loose laptops, cheap NUCs, home appliances, and more. What the heck...

What is a smartNIC and how is the technology shaping modern data centres?

By Serdar Vural, 6 October 2023

Data centres are going through a transformation. Gradually, we will see a new type of equipment attached to servers in almost every data centre: smartNICs are...

Meet Canonical at India Mobile Congress 2023

By Serdar Vural, 22 September 2023

India Mobile Congress (IMC) is the largest telecom, media, and technology forum in Asia, jointly organised by India’s Department of Telecommunications and the...

No more DHCP(d)

By Bill Wear, 26 April 2023

“He’s dead, Jim.”  Dr. McCoy DHCP is dead; long live DHCP. Yes, the end-of-life announcement for ISC DHCP means that the ISC will no longer provide official...

Help us build better doc

By Bill Wear, 17 March 2023

We want you to join our Ubuntu circle, and help us document MAAS. More minds, more eyes, more hands make better doc.

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