Ubuntu Desktop 20.04 LTS comes out this month and Focal Fossa will boost developer productivity while delivering Ubuntu’s most beautiful look yet. AI developers and gamers alike will look forward to nVIDIA GPUs being supported out of the box, while a new default theme, Yaru, as well as integrated light and dark themes, resulting in Ubuntu getting a fresh new look while maintaining its signature feel.
Join Nilay Patel, Product Manager for Ubuntu Desktop, in this webinar to find out more about the tools developers can expect and why we selected them.
One of the biggest improvements brought by Ubuntu Server 20.04 LTS is enhanced security and stability. This comes through the constant security patching process and new features like the Ubuntu Server Live installer, iptables to nftables migration, and more resilient boot loader. Additional features like CIS hardening and Kernel Livepatch service will be available in Ubuntu Pro cloud images for AWS.
Moreover, being an LTS release, Ubuntu Server 20.04 will be supported until 2025 with ESM coverage until 2030. This makes Ubuntu Server 20.04 LTS an ideal candidate for enterprise-class deployments across public clouds, data centres and the edge, from development to production.
Join Tytus Kurek, Product Manager, and Josh Powers, Engineering Manager, from Canonical to learn about everything new in Ubuntu Server 20.04 LTS.