Our most advanced release to date offers developers and innovators the first chance to experience the latest open source software available including the Linux 5.0 Kernel, OpenStack Stein, Kubernetes version 1.14 and Ceph Mimic.
The automotive industry is expanding its frontiers with the arrival of connected cars and autonomous driving. Find out the challenges brought by this revolution and what is being done to overcome them.
To bring its robot, Bo, to market, BotsAndUs needed an OS that could support the wide variety of hardware and software involved in the product; and the robotics company quickly discovered that Ubuntu offered the ideal combination of versatility and suitability for embedded projects.
Sensape is teaching computers to see, understand and interact with people at trade events and in retail locations. Instead of using unchanging, predefined content, the Sensape systems senses its environment and reacts accordingly.
Join this webinar hosted by Alex Murray, Technical Lead of the Ubuntu Security Team to find out about the latest security features of Ubuntu Core, the tiny, transactional version of Ubuntu designed specifically for IoT.
Networking and communications standards and methodologies are undergoing the greatest transition since the migration from analogue to digital: from function-specific, proprietary devices to software-enabled commodity hardware.
Join Canonical Product Managers for a series of webinars on edge computing to learn what is driving businesses to process their data at the edge and how you can add an edge computing layer to your business infrastructure.
Software keeps evolving and management complexity tends to increase with successive stack updates. Learn how using Juju can solve software management complexity and how it provides a familiar approach to managing any type of stack.
The fintech infrastructure is moving on. A series of webinars to have an understanding of the emerging technologies: multi-cloud, AI/ML, Blockchain and Containers, and their impact on the financial services industry.
Whitepaper: How device manufacturers can go from building single function devices with little to no software strategy to building devices defined by software and software business models, powered by app stores and ecosystems of 3rd party ISVs.
Traditional development methods do not scale into the IoT sphere. Strong inter-dependencies and blurred boundaries among components in the edge device stack result in fragmentation, slow updates, security issues, increased cost, and reduced reliability of platforms
Canonical's Charmed Kubernetes cut financial servies company, Allan Gray's, Kubernetes cluster deployment time from two months to two weeks, with enterprise Kubernetes support provided to ensure maximum availability.
LXD, the system container manager, developed by Canonical and shipped by default with Ubuntu, makes it possible to create many containers of various Linux distributions and manage them in a way similar to virtual machines (VMs) but with lower overhead costs associated with them.
Ubiquitous use of Microsoft tools coupled with increasing popularity of open source Linux software for enterprise presents new challenges for non-Microsoft operating systems that require seamless integration with Active Directory for authentication and identity management.
What is the right cloud strategy for your business? A whitepaper with objective discussion of the various approaches to cloud computing and a clear definition for each of them: public cloud, private cloud, managed cloud, hybrid cloud and multi-cloud.
Northstar Robotics, a Canadian tech start-up founded in 2016, wants to address these challenges by developing autonomous vehicles and wanted to find out if an entire network of vehicles can be powered by a single intelligent control system.
In Europe, the cost of running a cereal farm – cultivating wheat, rice, and other grains – has risen by 85% in the last 25 years, yet crop yields and revenues have stagnated. And while farms struggle to remain profitable, it won’t be long before those static yields become insufficient to support growing populations.
From the smallest startups to the largest enterprises alike, organizations are using Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning to make the best, fastest, most informed decisions to overcome their biggest business challenges.
An overview of the Ubuntu 18.10 release updates from the Canonical product team. Features of the 18.10 software release focus on multi-cloud deployments, AI software development, a new community desktop theme and richer snap desktop integration.
Unlike the introduction of 4G which was dominated by consumer benefits, 5G is expected to be driven by enterprise use. According to IDC, enterprises will generate 60 percent of the world’s data by 2025.
Canonical's report examines closely the behaviours and attitudes of UK consumers to IoT security, looks at some of the leading IoT security issues in the industry, and asks how they might be addressed.
Android is the most popular mobile operating system and is continuing to grow its market share. IDC expects that Android will have 85.5% of the market by 2022, demonstrating that app development on Android will continue to be an in-demand skill.
Industrial robots, home appliances, advertising screens, office information boards… devices of every type around us are getting connected. As they do, their screens turn from single purpose displays to reconfigurable, multi-purpose smart display.
WSLConf is a community-organized event on all things Windows Subsystem for Linux and WSL-related. The event will include two days of workshops, presentations, and networking events for developers, sysadmins, and power users on WSL.
As Japan’s workforce ages, certain roles are being fulfilled by advanced robots to help bridge the gap. Cyberdyne, a Japanese robotics company, are building such robots and have rolled them out into shopping centres and Tokyo’s two main airports.