21 posts from March 2019

ROS 2 launch: required nodes

By Kyle Fazzari, 11 March 2019

When using the Robot Operating System (ROS), it’s fairly common to want to shut down a launched system if a specific node (or set of nodes) exits. This is...

FOSDEM 2019, a recap

By Maximilian Ehlers, 11 March 2019

A subjective review and some takeaways of our teams trip to FOSDEM 2019.

Fresh KDE snaps for February 2019

By Martin Wimpress, 9 March 2019

During February 2019 we celebrated another fine Plasma release with our friends at KDE by showcasing a month of KDE snaps on the Snapcraft Twitter and other...

Canonical at NVIDIA GTC 2019

By Canonical, 7 March 2019

Canonical will be attending Nvidia’s GTC Conference in San Jose, California March 18 – 21, 2019.

How to ensure the ongoing security and compliance of Ubuntu 14.04 LTS ‘Trusty Tahr’

By Canonical, 7 March 2019

As 14.04 reaches the end of its five-year, Standard Security Maintenance, LTS window in April 2019, support for the OS is transitioning into a new phase –...

How to create snapshots of your snaps

By Igor Ljubuncic, 7 March 2019

Data backups are arguably the most important part of one’s software setup. While many scenarios fall into the realm of if, data loss belongs in the when...

Infographic: Snapcraft for developers

By Canonical, 6 March 2019

At the end of last year, we shared an infographic highlighting the adoption of snaps by users for their desktop, server or IoT devices. Those snaps wouldn’t...

How to quickly deploy production-ready Kubernetes

By Canonical, 4 March 2019

Kubernetes, the flexible software that coordinates containers, runs on a range of platforms, from public to private cloud, data centers, bare metal and...

MAAS – Fast and efficient virtualisation for small and medium enterprises

By Canonical, 1 March 2019

The advent of virtualisation has significantly changed the way we use IT infrastructure. In theory, the ability to share single server resources to run...

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