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280 posts from 2019

Ubuntu at Open Infrastructure Summit Shanghai

By Thibaut Rouffineau, 25 October 2019

On November 4-6, Open Infrastructure Summit sees its second instalment in Shanghai. It’s the opportunity to check on the progress of some of the key projects...

Canonical at ROSCon Macau 2019

By Rhys Davies, 24 October 2019

Hey everyone, listen up, ROSCon 2019 is days away, and the Ubuntu team is going to be there. If you’re coming to Macau be sure to come and say hi at booth 22....

Bauh is a nifty snap manager

By Igor Ljubuncic, 24 October 2019

If you’re looking for an easy, non-techie way to install snaps, you want a simple store-like utility. Snap integration is available in both GNOME Software and...

FinTechs discuss security, regulation and innovation at New York City roundtable

By Sarah Dickinson, 24 October 2019

Earlier this month, Canonical, IBM and FinTech specialists Medici held a joint roundtable in New York for executives within the financial services sector to...

Kubernetes storage options: StorageOS

By Peter Jose De Sousa, 24 October 2019

Kubernetes offers a range of storage solutions out of the box, but the majority of these are specific to cloud providers, for example, AWS or Google Cloud....

How Ubuntu Advantage for Infrastructure delivers top-notch Linux security

By Lech Sandecki, 22 October 2019

Linux security is central to each release of Ubuntu, the most widely-used Linux distribution. With Ubuntu’s predictable six-month release cycle, users know...

NVIDIA GPU Operator – Simplifying AI/ML Deployments on the Canonical Platform

By anaqvi, 22 October 2019

Leveraging Kubernetes for AI deployments is becoming increasingly popular. Chances are if your business is involved in AI/ML with Kubernetes you are using...

Kubernetes on a single machine

By Camille Rodriguez, 17 October 2019

As developers, we do not always have access to a production-like environment to test new features and run proof-of-concepts. This is why it can be very...

Ubuntu 19.10 delivers Kubernetes at the edge, multi-cloud infrastructure economics and an integrated AI/ML developer experience

By Canonical, 17 October 2019

17th October 2019: Canonical today announced the release of Ubuntu 19.10 with a focus on accelerating developer productivity in AI/ML, new edge capabilities...

Snaptastic – elementary OS snap manager

By Igor Ljubuncic, 17 October 2019

An interesting aspect in the life of any technology is how it propagates. Like organisms in nature, technology follows evolutionary patterns, and sometimes,...

Embedded system cross-development with Ubuntu Core

By Galem KAYO, 17 October 2019

There are fundamental differences between developing general-purpose software applications and making software for embedded systems. Embedded systems software...

Ubuntu Server development summary – 16 October 2019

By Chad Smith, 16 October 2019

Hello Ubuntu Server The purpose of this communication is to provide a status update and highlights for any interesting subjects from the Ubuntu Server Team....