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41 posts from February 2017

An Ubuntu snap-based solution for enterprises to control their data

By Richard Collins, 22 February 2017

A factor for so many smaller enterprises today is that they are unable to take full advantage of the range of services associated with standard public cloud offerings. Privacy and control are so important to their operation that using a…

Screenly announces a follow-up to its popular digital signage solution

By Canonical, 22 February 2017

Screenly’s platform has grown to run over 10,000 screens in less than four years Making it the largest commercial deployment of Raspberry Pi for digital signage Enables rich content in-store screens to be flexible media platform Screenly 2…

Webinar: Get cloud-ready servers in minutes with MAAS

By Canonical, 22 February 2017

Learn how to take full advantage of existing hardware investments by maximising hardware efficiency. This live webinar was broadcasted on Wednesday 15th Mach 2017. Watch it on-demand now. Data center operators are quickly becoming more…

LXD on Debian (using snapd)

By Stéphane Graber, 22 February 2017

Introduction So far all my blog posts about LXD have been assuming an Ubuntu host with LXD installed from packages, as a snap or from source. But LXD is perfectly happy to run on any Linux distribution which has the … <a…

Webinar: Qt on Ubuntu Core

By Amrisha Prashar, 21 February 2017

Are you interested in developing Qt on Ubuntu Core? Learning how to package Qt apps as snaps? And the solutions they bring to the world of Digital Signage? If so, join us for a webinar. You will learn the following: Introduction to Ubuntu…

DAQRI showcases Ubuntu powered augmented reality helmet at MWC

By Guest, 21 February 2017

This is a guest post by Fabrice Etienne from DAQRI®, leading enterprise augmented reality company. If you would like to contribute a guest post, please contact ubuntu-devices@canonical.com DAQRI® are going to be on the Ubuntu booth at…

IOTA: IoT revolutionised with a ledger

By Canonical, 20 February 2017

Ever since the introduction of digital money, the world quickly came to realize how dire and expensive the consequences of centralized systems are. Not only are these systems incredibly expensive to maintain, they are also “single points…

Running Kubernetes inside LXD

By Stéphane Graber, 20 February 2017

Introduction For those who haven’t heard of Kubernetes before, it’s defined by the upstream project as: Kubernetes is an open-source system for automating deployment, scaling, and management of containerized applications. It…

Snapcraft 2.27 has been released

By Sergio Schvezov, 17 February 2017

Hello snapcrafters! We are pleased to announce the release snapcraft 2.27: https://launchpad.net/snapcraf... Contributions This release has seen some contributions from outside of the snapcraft core team, so we want to give a…

MWC17: The future of wireless networks

By Maarten Ectors, 17 February 2017

The telecom industry is not as buoyant as it was some years back. Telecom operators ‘ revenues are under pressure due to innovations from over the top players. Costs are spiralling out of control because of 4/5G deployments, fibre to the…

Lime Microsystems and Canonical announce LimeNET crowdfunding

By Canonical, 16 February 2017

Sequel to initial $1million successful crowdfunding campaign follow hugely successful first round of crowdfunding for open-source, 5G and IoT capable SDR with app stores Second round will provide a market for round-one developers to sell…

Deploying Kubernetes on bare metal

By Jorge O. Castro, 15 February 2017

Fast forward to 6 minutes, 42 seconds to begin the demo. In this demo Marco Ceppi deploys a fully functional Kubernetes cluster on 10 nodes. If you’re interested in bare metal Kubernetes, we invite you to join us and other…