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33 posts from November 2017

Ubuntu Server Development Summary – 07 Nov 2017

By David Britton, 7 November 2017

Hello Ubuntu Server! The purpose of this communication is to provide a status update and highlights for any interesting subjects from the Ubuntu Server Team. If you would like to reach the server team, you can find us at the #ubuntu-server…

Fresh Snaps from October 2017

By David Callé, 7 November 2017

Hot on the heels of the Ubuntu 17.10 release, the snap store has seen some great additions for musicians with MuseScore, for developers with IntelliJ IDEA, and many more! Let’s have a look at our october selection: 1. MuseScore…

LXD Weekly Status #22

By Stéphane Graber, 6 November 2017

Introduction Another pretty quiet week for LXD as we keep working on a number of larger features that aren’t ready to land yet. Now that the Ubuntu 18.04 development release is open for contributions, we’re pushing LXD 2.19,…

Ubuntu Foundations Development Summary: November 2, 2017

By Canonical, 2 November 2017

This newsletter is to provide a status update from the Ubuntu Foundations Team. There will also be highlights provided for any interesting subjects the team may be working on. If you would like to reach the Foundations team, you can find…

Security Team Weekly Summary: November 2, 2017

By Canonical, 2 November 2017

The Security Team weekly reports are intended to be very short summaries of the Security Team’s weekly activities. If you would like to reach the Security Team, you can find us at the #ubuntu-hardened channel…

PT Biznet Gio Nusantara Launches NEO Cloud with Canonical BootStack

By Canonical, 2 November 2017

PT Biznet Gio Nusantara Launches NEO Cloud – a Leading Cloud Computing Platform for App Developers – running on Ubuntu OpenStack on Canonical’s BootStack managed cloud. NEO Cloud is built on OpenStack technology, the…

Launching Fingbox: from idea to distribution in under a year

By Sarah Dickinson, 2 November 2017

If you’re using a network security and scanning tool at home then there is a strong chance you have adopted Fing – the free network scanner for iOS and Android with over 25 million downloads. Following the success of their app, the…

Heptio Contour on the Canonical Distribution of Kubernetes

By Konstantinos Tsakalozos, 1 November 2017

I read the Hacker News post Heptio Contour and I thought “Cool! A project from our friends at Heptio, lets see what they got for us”. I wont lie to you, at first I was…

Canonical joins GNOME Foundation Advisory Board

By Will Cooke, 1 November 2017

As you’re no doubt aware, the default Ubuntu desktop is now running GNOME Shell following the 17.10 release and so we naturally have a great deal of interest in the plans and direction of the GNOME project. The best way for us to get…