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21 posts from May 2016

Using containers to create the world’s fastest OpenStack

By Dustin Kirkland, 10 May 2016

Below you can find the audio/video recording of my OpenStack Austin presentation, where I demonstrated Ubuntu OpenStack Mitaka, running on top of Ubuntu 16.04 LTS, entirely within LXD machine containers.  You can also download the PDF…

How we introduced Scrum to the Web Team

By Magdalena Mirowicz, 6 May 2016

At the beginning of the year our team – who look after the core websites in the Ubuntu ecosystem – decided to adjust our project delivery process and go full-on Scrum. This is hardly shocking news these days. Actually, you can…

What’s possible with Ubuntu on Mainframe?

By matt-c-irvine, 5 May 2016

IBM Systems Magazine Webinar “Discover the Cloud and Scale Out World of Ubuntu”held on 27 April 2016 Recently announced support for Ubuntu 16.04 LTS on IBM LinuxONE and z Systems has created a paradigm shift in a world that…

Ubuntu Core now available for Samsung ARTIK 5 and 10

By Thibaut Rouffineau, 5 May 2016

If you have been waiting to try Ubuntu Core on the Samsung ARTIK 5 or 10… the wait is over! Developer images for the 2 boards are now available from developer.ubuntu.com . This image gives access to a number of the Samsung ARTIK…

The new simplicity to consume DPDK

By Christian Ehrhardt, 5 May 2016

DPDK is a fast moving project comprised of a set of libraries and drivers for fast packet processing. It utilizes polling threads, huge pages, numa locality and multi core processing to achieve low latencies and a high packet processing…

Security confinement in Ubuntu Core

By Gustavo Niemeyer, 4 May 2016

As much anticipated, the recent release of Ubuntu 16.04 LTS included integrated support for snaps on classic Ubuntu. The snap format is part of Ubuntu Core, a modern software platform that includes the ability to define rich interfaces…

What the community said about the M10 tablet

By Amrisha Prashar, 4 May 2016

More, One, Needs, Life…these were some of the keywords used when we asked you, ‘What your life would look like if all your computing needs fitted into one device.’ With our first tablet that does just this – fit all your…

Evolving the scopes journey

By Amrisha Prashar, 3 May 2016

We’ve come along way on the Scopes journey. We first launched them over a year ago to show you a new way to enjoy content and services on your smartphones without relying on traditional apps. Scopes bring everything you need onto one…

April’s reading list

By Inayaili de León Persson, 3 May 2016

Here are the best links shared by the design team over the last month: Framer – Design tool for creating interactive designs, interfaces and animations Cinematic Continuity in User Interface Design The Design Issue 2016 –…