30 posts from November 2019
Build smart display devices with Mir: fast to production, secure, open-source
By Alex Cattle, 29 November 2019
Industrial robots, home appliances, advertising screens, office information boards… devices of every type around us are getting connected. As they do, their...
Productivity corner: free, versatile office suites in the Snap Store
By Igor Ljubuncic, 28 November 2019
For the past few decades, the digital office formula has not changed much. It still revolves around three main components – text documents, data spreadsheets...
Ubuntu Server development summary – 26 November 2019
By Chad Smith, 26 November 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....
“Ubuntu at scale” roundtable at AWS re:Invent
By Thibaut Rouffineau, 26 November 2019
Let’s talk Ubuntu at AWS re:Invent! On Thursday 5th December AWS and Canonical are hosting an interactive roundtable from 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM at re-Invent,...
Design and Web team summary – 22 November 2019
By Robin Winslow, 26 November 2019
This was a fairly busy two weeks for the Web & design team at Canonical. Here are some of the highlights of our completed work. Web squad Web is the squad...
Turning your Raspberry Pi 4 into an Edge Gateway (Part I)
By Galem KAYO, 26 November 2019
Developers get new opportunities to innovate with the emergence of edge computing. However, to unleash this innovation, form factors and software stacks...
KubeCon San Diego 2019 Flashback
By anaqvi, 23 November 2019
KubeCon San Diego 2019 was a blast; lot’s of sun, beer, food, amazing projects and learning opportunities! It was great to see the community come together for...
8th OSM Hackfest: the highlights
By Tytus Kurek, 22 November 2019
The 8th OSM Hackfest is over, but the OSM (Open Source MANO) project continues to evolve and is now looking forward to landing release SEVEN. It was an...
Snapcraft secret sauce: KDE neon extension
By Igor Ljubuncic, 21 November 2019
Simplicity is the magic ingredient in any product design. For members of the KDE community, snap development has become that much simpler, thanks to the...
The lifecycle of a component
By Karl Waghorn-Moyce, 21 November 2019
Vanilla Framework is a living design system for our products that will grow along with our organisation. Vanilla’s component library is used by many internal...
Canonical introduces Ubuntu to the industrial Mittelstand at SPS 2019
By Galem KAYO, 21 November 2019
Canonical is attending the Smart Product Solutions (SPS) trade fair in Nuremberg from November 26th to 28th. We are convening to the 30th edition of the trade...
Canonical introduces Charmed OSM to enable telcos with network functions management and orchestration
By Canonical, 20 November 2019
November 20, 2019: Canonical, the publishers of Ubuntu, today announced Charmed OSM – a pure upstream Open Source MANO (OSM) distribution designed for...