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28 posts from October 2016

Unity 8 preview session in Ubuntu 16.10 Yakkety Yak

By Will Cooke, 13 October 2016

Ubuntu 16.10 Yakkety Yak has landed and brings with it the Unity 8 technical preview desktop session. Unity 8 has been the face of the Ubuntu phone and tablet for a few years and has quickly …

Canonical releases Ubuntu 16.10

By Canonical, 13 October 2016

Ubuntu 16.10 released with Hybrid Cloud Operations and Unity 8 developer preview, from Canonical MAAS 2.0 delivers robust, highly-available IPAM and bare-metal provisioning Hybrid cloud operations with Juju 2.0 Developer preview of Unity 8 includes desktop, …

Ubuntu Core

By Tom Macfarlane, 12 October 2016

Recently the brand team designed new logos for Core and Ubuntu Core. Both of which will replace the existing Snappy logo and bring consistency across all Ubuntu Core branding, online and in print. Guidelines for use …

Carleton University creates Research Cloud with Ubuntu OpenStack, IBM

By Canonical, 12 October 2016

Carleton University Creates Campus Research Cloud with Ubuntu OpenStack running on IBM Power Systems Carleton Research Cloud offers rapid, self-service POWER compute resources for faster processing of scientific inquiries Canonical’s OpenStack is available on all IBM …

A week in Vancouver with the Landscape team

By Inayaili de León Persson, 12 October 2016

Earlier this month Peter and I headed to Vancouver to participate in a week-long Landscape sprint. The main goals of the sprint were to review the work that had been done in the past 6 months, …

The new Ubuntu Core 16 beta image is out!

By didrocks, 7 October 2016

The Snappy team is happy to announce the Feature Freeze of Ubuntu Core 16, which means all the major features planned for the stable series 16 image have landed, and the upcoming weeks will consist exclusively …

Ubuntu Certified Public Cloud Programme

By Canonical, 7 October 2016

If you operate a public cloud or you’re considering launching one, the Ubuntu Certified Public Cloud programme lets you make certified, secure and up to date Ubuntu images available to your users, along with the opportunity …

Software defined networking is critical in big software

By Canonical, 5 October 2016

The promise of Software Defined Networking (SDN) is to help an organization’s network to be more agile, streamlined, and adaptable. Today’s networks are growing in both size and complexity. SDN allows network engineers to automate the …

Nextcloud Box: The first consumer device to run snaps

By Amrisha Prashar, 5 October 2016

Last month saw the release of the Nextcloud box – the first consumer equipment to run snaps! The box is a private cloud and IoT solution for home users, giving consumers a way to take back …

ROScon – the robotics conference for developers

By Amrisha Prashar, 5 October 2016

Did you know that the consumer drones market will sit at 67.7 million units annually by 2021? *That’s ten times more than 2015! This shows staggering growth that reflects the sheer importance of the Robotics market …

10 desktop snaps written in September

By Didier Roche, 5 October 2016

We’ve been speaking a lot around snaps…and as a re-cap for those that may not know, snaps are a new way for developers to package their apps, bringing with it many advantages over the more traditional …

The new XPS 13 Developer Edition lands in Europe and United States

By Guest, 5 October 2016

This is a guest post by Barton George from Dell. If you would like to contribute a guest post, please contact ubuntu-devices@canonical.com Today the 6th generation XPS 13 developer edition makes its debut in both the …