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31 posts from June 2020

Data centre automation for HPC

By Eduardo Aguilar Pelaez, 29 June 2020

Friction points in HPC DevOps Many High Performance Computing (HPC) setups are still handcrafted configurations where tuning changes can take days or weeks....

Installing ROS in LXD Containers

By sidfaber, 29 June 2020

It’s the season for updates. The last few weeks have ushered in ROS 1 Noetic and ROS 2 Foxy, both of which target the recently released Ubuntu 20.04 Focal...

What is Apache Kafka and will it transform your cloud?

By nilayshrugged, 29 June 2020

(Want any cloud app managed? Reach out to Canonical now. Watch our webinar onApache Kafka in production, and submit your plan for review by our app...

Split Personality Snaps

By Alan Pope, 25 June 2020

Broadly speaking, most snaps in the Snap Store fall into one of two categories, desktop applications and server daemons. The graphical applications such as...

Open source holds the key to autonomous vehicles

By Adi Singh, 25 June 2020

A growing number of car companies have made their autonomous vehicle (AV) datasets public in recent years.  Daimler fueled the trend by making its Cityscapes...

Ceph storage on VMware

By Alex Chalkias, 25 June 2020

If you were thinking that nothing will change in your VMware data centre in the following years, think again. Data centre storage is experiencing a paradigm...

Demystifying Kubeflow pipelines: Data science workflows on Kubernetes – Part 1

By Rui Vasconcelos, 24 June 2020

Kubeflow Pipelines are a great way to build portable, scalable machine learning workflows. It is one part of a larger Kubeflow ecosystem that aims to reduce...

MAAS 2.8 – new features

By Eduardo Aguilar Pelaez, 24 June 2020

What’s new? This new release of MAAS brings three key new benefits: Virtual machines with LXD (Beta) Tighter, more responsive UX External/remote PostgreSQL...

Ubuntu Masters 3: the community expands

By anastasiavalti, 24 June 2020

What is Ubuntu Masters? The Ubuntu Masters conference stemmed from a vision to bring the engineering community together to freely exchange innovative ideas,...

AMD EPYC Rome support in Ubuntu Server

By esj, 24 June 2020

The second generation of AMD EPYC central processing unit (CPU), codenamed Rome, provides outstanding performance and “hardened at the code” security. It was...

Building an Ubuntu Core 18 image for Nitrogen i.MX6 board

By liam zheng, 24 June 2020

This article is written by Taiten Peng. Have you got i.MX6 hardware and are wondering how Ubuntu Core would run on it? In this blog, we will build an Ubuntu...

Dell XPS 13 Developer Edition with Ubuntu 20.04 LTS pre-installed is now available

By Canonical, 23 June 2020

The Dell XPS 13 Developer Edition is now available in North America and selected EMEA countries* certified with Ubuntu 20.04 LTS pre-installed to work...

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