24 posts from August 2023
By arighi, 31 August 2023
The Linux kernel has recently introduced the Rust programming language as an alternative to C for creating kernel modules. Rust is a strongly, statically...
By Michelle Anne Tabirao, 31 August 2023
We are excited to celebrate all things open source at the upcoming Open Source Summit Europe 2023 in the beautiful city of Bilbao, Spain. The event will take...
By Andreea Munteanu, 30 August 2023
Large language models (LLMs) are the topic of the year. They are as complex as they are exciting, and everyone can agree they put artificial intelligence in...
By Carlos Bravo, 29 August 2023
Explore Ubuntu Pro’s role in the AWS Shared Responsibility Model plus walk through a real-world example to install your own Mastodon server on Ubuntu Pro...
By Oliver Smith, 29 August 2023
New federal compliance rules meant that NMSU Physical Science Laboratory needed a new operating system. Learn more about why they chose Ubuntu.
By Serdar Vural, 28 August 2023
From pure voice to data, and now with the connectivity provided to devices and machines, telco systems make it possible to deliver digital services to...
By Kris Sharma, 23 August 2023
In its analysis of over 1,400 use cases from “Eye on Innovation” in Financial Services Awards, Gartner found that machine learning (ML) is the top technology...
By Aaron Prisk, 17 August 2023
Former IT Director and Systems Administrator Aaron Prisk shares his experiences migrating a Pennsylvanian school district to Ubuntu.
By Yalton Ruiz, 16 August 2023
Canonical Kubernetes 1.28 GA. Charm Kubernetes 1.28MicroK8s 1.28Kubernetes upstream 1.28