35 posts from March 2023
Automotive industry trends for 2023 and beyond
By Bertrand Boisseau, 31 March 2023
Let’s dive a little deeper into the latest automotive industry trends and see how they match with the switch towards software-defined vehicles.
Time to prepare for Ubuntu 18.04 LTS end of standard support on 31 May 2023 – Options for AWS users.
By Canonical, 30 March 2023
As mentioned in our recent blog post, Ubuntu 18.04 LTS ‘Bionic Beaver‘ will reach the end of the standard five-year maintenance window on 31 May 2023. This...
3 reasons why OTA updates are important [Part II]
By Holly Hall, 29 March 2023
In the first part of this blog series, we covered what the term ‘OTA’ means and some key advantages and considerations of using OTA technology in IoT. Read...
Charmed Kubeflow 1.7 is now available
By Canonical, 29 March 2023
Run serverless ML workloads. Optimise models for deep learning. Expand your data science tooling. Canonical, the publisher of Ubuntu, announced today the...
How to create a VSCode Linux remote environment
By Nathan Hart, 28 March 2023
What’s the best way to get a Linux environment in VSCode? Developers love Visual Studio Code (VSCode) for its flexibility and for its goldilocks balance of...
What is System Hardening? Essential Checklists from OS to Applications
By Henry Coggill, 27 March 2023
Hardening a system aims to decrease its exposure to make it difficult to hack, and to lessen the potential collateral damage in the event of a compromise.
MicroK8s is now on AWS marketplace
By Yalton Ruiz, 24 March 2023
MicroK8s is now on AWS marketplace Everyone knows that MicroK8s is an extremely lightweight, extensible, reliable, CNCF-compliant distribution of Kubernetes....
The Indico software operator is now available to optimise event management
By Michael C. Jaeger, 24 March 2023
With Juju, Indico can be easily deployed on private clouds as well as on a public cloud. Juju and Charmed Operators provide for all the elements of Indico,...
Snapping out of Docker: a robotics guide for migrating Docker to Snap
By Giuseppe Barbieri, 23 March 2023
In this blog post, we are going to see when and how to migrate a ROS application currently deployed with Docker to Snap. We will use the web-based joystick...
Canonical collaborates with NVIDIA to unlock advanced capabilities for IoT industry
By Canonical, 23 March 2023
Ubuntu, the open-source OS of choice for developers, now certified for world-leading NVIDIA Orin AIoT platform ● Certified Ubuntu to underpin NVIDIA IoT...
Meet the Canonical Ceph team at Cephalocon 2023
By Philip Williams, 22 March 2023
Date: April 16-18th, 2023 Location: Amsterdam, Netherlands In just a few weeks, Cephalocon will be held at the Pakhuis de Zwijger cultural centre in...
Scale Enterprise AI with Canonical and NVIDIA
By Canonical, 21 March 2023
Charmed Kubeflow is now certified in the NVIDIA DGX-Ready Software Program for MLOps! Canonical is proud to announce that Charmed Kubeflow is now certified as...