33 posts from October 2019
Ubuntu Server development summary – 29 October 2019
By Chad Smith, 29 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....
OpenStack Charms 19.10 – Train, Policy Overrides and more
By Tytus Kurek, 29 October 2019
Canonical is proud to announce the availability of OpenStack Charms 19.10. This new release introduces a range of exciting features and several improvements...
PSA for ROS users: Some things to know as Python 2 approaches EOL
By Kyle Fazzari, 28 October 2019
We recently got an interesting question from a customer, and I think the answer might be helpful to a wider audience. Python 2 will reach end of life in two...
The masters speak: Forward-thinking Ubuntu users gather to share their experiences
By Katie Elston, 28 October 2019
The inaugural Ubuntu Masters event brought together leaders from some of the world’s most exciting companies to talk about their infrastructure challenges and...
Standardising software to quickly deliver a smart city platform for millions
By Sarah Dickinson, 28 October 2019
New York has the highest population density of any city in the United States with over 27,000 people per square mile. The average New Yorker has a commute of...
Learn about our differentiated approach to IoT digital transformation at IoTSWC.
By Galem KAYO, 28 October 2019
Canonical will be present at the 2019 IoT Solutions World Congress (IOTSWC) in Barcelona from Tuesday 29th October at booth 224 in hall 2. We are convening...
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...