35 posts from October 2014

Gettinng Started with Charm Testing

By Jorge O. Castro, 17 October 2014

In this workshop we explain what Juju Charm testing is, how to get started using it, and how the infrastructure works. Make sure you check out the charm testing documentation so you can leverage these tools!

Talligent newest member of Canonical’s Charm Partner Programme

By Ellen Arnold, 16 October 2014

We are excited to announce the membership of Talligent in Canonical’s Charm Partner Programme. Talligent empowers enterprises and service providers to deploy Business-Ready Clouds on OpenStack by dramatically improving the visibility and…

Ubuntu Security Update on Poodle (CVE-2014-3566) and SSLv3 Downgrade Attack

By Robbie, 16 October 2014

The following is an update on Ubuntu’s response to the latest Internet emergency security issue, POODLE (CVE-2014-3566), in combination with an SSLv3 downgrade vulnerability. Vulnerability Summary “SSL 3.0 is an obsolete and…

CloudSigma joins Ubuntu Certified Public Cloud

By Canonical, 15 October 2014

Canonical is delighted to welcome CloudSigma as its newest Certified Public Cloud partner. CloudSigma now offers fully optimised and supported Ubuntu Server images, including the latest Ubuntu 14.04 LTS. CloudSigma will also offer…

BootStack FAQs

By Canonical, 13 October 2014

How do I get started with an on-premise OpenStack? Which hosting companies can I use? What tools do you use to build and manage my BootStack cloud? What do I get? What does managed mean? What does it include? How does the transfer option…

Designing machine view

By Luca Paulina, 13 October 2014

A few weeks ago we launched ‘Machine view’ for Juju, a feature designed to allow users to easily visualise and manage the machines running in their cloud environments. In this post I want to share with you some of the challenges we faced…

Ubuntu with Redis Labs, Altera and IBM Power supply new NoSQL data store solution

By John Zannos, 10 October 2014

Big Data, scale and cloud are the big topics of technology today. Canonical with Ubuntu continues to drive innovation through commitment to openness and building a collaborative ecosystem. The key elements of this disruption include:…

Zabbix joins Canonical’s Charm Partner Programme

By Ellen Arnold, 10 October 2014

We are excited to announce Zabbix SIA, the newest member of our Charm Partner Programme. This programme lets solution providers make best use of Canonical’s award-winning open source cloud orchestration tool, Juju, which allows them to:…

Watch Netflix in Ubuntu today

By Canonical, 10 October 2014

Thanks to recent efforts at Netflix and Canonical, Ubuntu now supports watching Netflix with Chrome version 37. Chrome is available to all Ubuntu users with up-to-date installations of Ubuntu 12.04 LTS, 14.04 LTS and later. Netflix…

Ubuntu OpenStack reference implementation

By Canonical, 9 October 2014

OpenStack is the leading open cloud platform. Ubuntu is the reference operating system for the OpenStack project, which is why deploying OpenStack with Ubuntu is the best way to ensure a straightforward implementation. Ubuntu OpenStack…

The Ubuntu OpenStack Training Programme

By Canonical, 3 October 2014

More training options have been a long-standing request by our customers. Following the on-site, 2-week course we offer as part of our consulting and support portfolio, and Jumpstart Training which includes a 2-day course by Canonical…