These tutorials provide a step-by-step process to doing development and dev-ops activities on Ubuntu machines, servers or devices.
Use Landscape’s dashboard to identify manage machines with the Ubuntu Advantage FIPS entitlement enabled
Granular software restrictions are a trivial activity with Landscape.
Patch vulnerabilities across your entire Ubuntu estate, even legacy workloads
Enable ESM to preempt software risks from stale, legacy software
Perform phased rollouts of individual CVE fixes
Learn how to chart kernel live patching activities over time with Landscape’s custom graphs.
Enable or disable live kernel patching on Ubuntu machines through the Landscape dashboard
Use Landscape’s dashboard to identify which machines have the Ubuntu Advantage FIPS entitlement enabled
Monitor live kernel patching on Ubuntu machines with the Landscape dashboard
How to use AWS SSM Session Manager for accessing Ubuntu instances without using a SSH connection
Learn how to install and run Ubuntu’s Livepatch service to get critical kernel patches without rebooting.
Install and configure Samba to share files across a network.
Search and launch Ubuntu 22.04 in AWS using CLI
Enabling ZFS on 20.04, creating a test pool and recovering from deliberate disk “corruption” with ZFS mirrored vdevs
Launch a VM via Multipass on Ubuntu, set up Landscape in this isolated environment, and configure it to monitor and manage all your other Ubuntu VMs.