26 posts from January 2020
Charmed OSM release SEVEN: Container network functions
By Tytus Kurek, 31 January 2020
Canonical is proud to announce the general availability of OSM release SEVEN images in Charmed OSM distribution. OSM release SEVEN introduces a range of...
Development corner: IDEs and tools that can make your coding more productive
By Igor Ljubuncic, 30 January 2020
Every craft needs craftsmen, every craftsman needs tools. If you make a living developing code, you want a friendly ecosystem to help you achieve best results...
How to upgrade from Windows 7 to Ubuntu – Hardware and software considerations
By Igor Ljubuncic, 28 January 2020
Some time ago, Rhys Davies wrote a timely article, titled Why you should upgrade to Ubuntu. In it, he outlined a high-level overview of what the end of...
An intro to MicroK8s
By Alex Cattle, 27 January 2020
MicroK8s is the smallest, fastest multi-node Kubernetes. Single-package fully conformant lightweight Kubernetes that works on 42 flavours of Linux as well as...
Teaching Robotics with ROS on Ubuntu at SRU
By sidfaber, 24 January 2020
This week, as part of my work on the Ubuntu Robotics team, I headed up to Slippery Rock University in northwestern PA to meet with Dr. Sam Thangiah and to...
How to protect your data, applications, cryptography and OS – 100% of the time
By cmoullec, 24 January 2020
Businesses looking to maximise the security, reliability, efficiency and performance of their essential, mission-critical applications are recognising the...
Looking for video editing software? The Snap Store has some nice apps for you.
By Igor Ljubuncic, 23 January 2020
In the past decade, video has become the most ubiquitous method of communication on the Web. Video clips are used for pretty much anything, from short...
Migrating to enterprise servers with Ubuntu on IBM Z
By Katie Elston, 22 January 2020
For mission-critical applications, security, reliability, and efficiency are essential. Linux excels in these areas, which is why it has become a highly...
Ubuntu Server development summary – 21 January 2020
By Chad Smith, 21 January 2020
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....
MAAS doc undergoing major updates
By Bill Wear, 21 January 2020
I want to start using real-world examples and neat networking configurations and other problem-oriented efforts as my baseline for writing. Heck, I’d even...
Anbox Cloud disrupts mobile user experience
By Galem KAYO, 21 January 2020
Using Anbox Cloud, telecommunication providers can create disruptive mobile user experiences for their 4G, LTE and 5G mobile network customers.
Canonical introduces Anbox Cloud – scalable Android™ in the cloud
By Canonical, 21 January 2020
Canonical today announced Anbox Cloud, a platform that containerises workloads using Android1 as a guest operating system enabling enterprises to distribute...