35 posts from October 2014

Washington Devices Sprint

By Canonical, 31 October 2014

Introducing myself as the new and only content designer in the Design Team, I dived head first into the world of developers, designers and Ubuntu Community members to better understand how open source works, and the …

ScalingStack: 2x performance in Launchpad’s build farm with OpenStack

By Tom Haddon, 30 October 2014

Launchpad is an open source suite of tools that help people and teams to work together on software projects, and it includes a build service with over 11,000 Personal Package Archives (PPAs). We’ve recently made some …

Atomia bundles Canonical’s BootStack to deliver a fully managed solution for the hosting industry

By Canonical, 30 October 2014

We are pleased to announce Atomia AB as the newest member of our Reseller Programme. This programme lets solution providers integrate Canonical’s best-of-breed products and services as part of their portfolio, offering customers the best OpenStack …

IBM briefing: build the future with Ubuntu on OpenPOWER

By Canonical, 29 October 2014

Does your application use PHP? Are you looking to quickly increase business opportunities? Are you interested in adding new Cloud, Mobile, or Big Data support? If so, then plan to attend this IBM briefing that highlights …

Gladinet join Canonical’s Charm Partner Programme

By Ellen Arnold, 29 October 2014

Canonical are excited to announce Gladinet as the most recent addition to their Charm Partner Programme. Gladinet Cloud Enterprise provides a brandable, self-hosted dropbox alternative for service providers and enterprises, with file server integration, broad mobile …

Interview: NUDT talks Ubuntu Kylin and its 14.10 release

By Canonical, 29 October 2014

We talked with Dr. Jonas Zhang, vice professor of the National University of Defense Technology (NUDT) to find out more about Ubuntu Kylin and its 14.10 release. He has been engaged in operating system research and …

Introducing the Canonical Distribution of Ubuntu OpenStack

By Canonical, 28 October 2014

The Canonical Distribution of Ubuntu OpenStack is the easiest way to create reference OpenStack clouds in minutes with full management, monitoring and scaling Will provide automated upgrades from today’s OpenStack Juno to future releases Freely available …

Canonical OpenStack

By Canonical, 28 October 2014

Ubuntu OpenStack – The Canonical OpenStack Distribution is the latest OpenStack offering from Canonical. It is the quickest and easiest way to build an OpenStack cloud in record time. Built on the popular Ubuntu OpenStack reference …

Getting Started with Juju Relations

By Jorge O. Castro, 24 October 2014

Relations are a very important part of what Juju does. Automating installation is a solved problem, but the ability for Juju Charms to connect services together via relationships is one of our most powerful features.

Rapid Ubuntu image deployment – getting up and running in record time

By Udi Nachmany, 24 October 2014

The Ubuntu Certified Public Cloud (CPC) programme is about providing the best possible user and developer experience on Ubuntu through our public cloud partners. Canonical continually maintains, tests and updates the Ubuntu images that are quickly …

Ten years of Ubuntu

By Jane Silber, 23 October 2014

Today marks 10 years of Ubuntu and the release of the 21st version. That is an incredible milestone and one which is worthy of reflection and celebration. I am fortunate enough to be spending the day …

What’s new in Ubuntu 14.10 for cloud and servers?

By Canonical, 23 October 2014

Today we release Ubuntu 14.10, aka ‘Utopic Unicorn’, for cloud and servers. As always, we recommend that enterprise customers stay on the latest LTS release, in this case 14.04. However, this release is packed full of …