21 posts from May 2021
How to run ECS Anywhere workloads using Ubuntu on any infrastructure
By Canonical, 28 May 2021
Using Ubuntu for your ECS clusters on-prem or elsewhere will allow you to run your ECS Anywhere workloads with optimal performance everywhere you need it.
Hey snap, where’s my data?
By Igor Ljubuncic, 28 May 2021
Snaps are self-contained applications, isolated from the underlying operating systems by several layers of confinement. This mechanism introduces security...
Let’s play: sharded big data PostgreSQL
By robgibbon, 28 May 2021
Everyone knows that if you’ve got big data, you need Apache Hadoop, right? It’s an affordable, horizontally scalable, clustered data processing platform ideal...
By Rhys Davies, 26 May 2021
We (the Ubuntu Community team) are delighted to invite you to the UbuntuOnAir YouTube and Twitch channels! These particular airwaves will hold...
Design and Web team summary – 26 May 2021
By Anthony Dillon, 26 May 2021
The web team at Canonical run two-week iterations building and maintaining all of Canonical websites and product web interfaces. This iteration we took a week...
Raspberry Pi GPIO support in Ubuntu
By Rhys Davies, 25 May 2021
We are proud to announce that Ubuntu 21.04 includes support for the GPIO pins on the Raspberry Pi. This has been a long time coming. We know. With support for...
Ubuntu supports Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Ampere A1 Compute
By Canonical, 25 May 2021
Together with Oracle, Canonical announces an optimised Ubuntu image for the launch of Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) Ampere A1 Compute.
Ubuntu in the wild – 25th of May 2021
By Leia Ruffini, 25 May 2021
The Ubuntu in the wild blog post ropes in the latest highlights about Ubuntu and Canonical around the world on a bi-weekly basis.
Canonical’s first DockerCon
By Valentin Viennot, 24 May 2021
May 27th will be Canonical’s first time as a DockerCon sponsor. That’s exciting! Since our joint announcement back in November, the relationship between...
Data Lab, Data Lake, Data Hub: what’s the difference?
By robgibbon, 20 May 2021
In this post we’ll explore the concepts of data lake, data hub and data lab. There are many opinions and interpretations of these concepts, and they are...
What’s new in security for Ubuntu 21.04?
By Alex Murray, 19 May 2021
Ubuntu 21.04 is the latest release of Ubuntu and comes at the mid-point between the most recent Long Term Supported (LTS) release of Ubuntu 20.04 LTS and the...
A guide to ML model serving
By Rui Vasconcelos, 17 May 2021
TL;DR: How you deploy models into production is what separates an academic exercise from an investment in ML that is value-generating for your business. At...