30 posts from June 2016

Vendors embrace Juju model-driven operations

By Canonical, 6 June 2016

Vendors delivering SAAS experience on-premises with Juju charms Charms encapsulate deployment, integration, management, support, operations Reusable charms greatly reduce the operations cost of big software Centres of gravity around big…

Scaling out for 16.04 release

By Tom Haddon, 6 June 2016

On release day for Ubuntu, the amount of traffic to increases significantly. Comparing the amount of hits the website received on release day for 16.04 in comparison to the same day the previous week, we saw the number of…

Over-The-Air 11: We’ve gone wireless!

By Amrisha Prashar, 1 June 2016

We’re pretty excited about this OTA! We’ve introduced wireless capabilities to the Meizu Pro 5, which gives users the full Ubuntu PC experience running from a smartphone. All the services running from the phone are available on desktop…

Apps to Snaps

By Jamie Bennett, 1 June 2016

Distributing applications on Linux is not always easy. You have different packaging formats, base systems, available libraries, and distribution release cadences all of which contribute to the headache. But now we have something much…

Still and rigid or adaptable? Tell us about your app

By Amrisha Prashar, 1 June 2016

Competition time! Calling all developers – how well does your app converge across devices? We have a new competition to inspire you in making your app convergent. With our SDK AdaptivePageLayout component we’ve made it easy for you…

May’s reading list

By Inayaili de León Persson, 1 June 2016

Here are the best links shared by the design team over the last month: MyData 2016 Conference Next-level collaboration: the future of content and design Collection of popular UX flows Microsoft’s hover gestures for Windows phones are…