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26 posts from June 2014

Latest from the web team — June 2014

By Inayaili de León Persson, 19 June 2014

We’re now almost half way through the year and only a few days until summer officially starts here in the UK! In the last few weeks we’ve worked on: Responsive ubuntu.com: we’ve finished publishing the series on making ubuntu.com…

Making ubuntu.com responsive: final thoughts

By Inayaili de León Persson, 18 June 2014

This post is part of the series ‘Making ubuntu.com responsive‘. There are several resources out there on how to create responsive websites, but they tend to go through the process in an ideal scenario, where the project starts…

Forgerock shows the future of instant identity integration with Juju

By Maarten Ectors, 18 June 2014

Forgerock, the leading unified open source identity solution provider, showed on the Identity Relationship Management Summit how Juju is changing the future of identity integration. In minutes their identity solution gets integrated with…

Making ubuntu.com responsive: testing on multiple devices (15)

By Inayaili de León Persson, 18 June 2014

This post is part of the series ‘Making ubuntu.com responsive‘. When working on a responsive project you’ll have to test on multiple operating systems, browsers and devices, whether you’re using emulators or the real deal.…

Making ubuntu.com responsive: JavaScript considerations (14)

By Anthony Dillon, 17 June 2014

This post is part of the series ‘Making ubuntu.com responsive‘. The JavaScript used on ubuntu.com is very light. We limit its use to small functional elements of the web style guide, which act to enhance the user experience but…

OpenStack One-Liners

By Canonical, 17 June 2014

One-line bash commands for managing, deploying and testing OpenStack and related components, hypervisors and containers.  Some simple and obvious, some cool and questionable, hopefully all useful.  Check back on this post,…

Ubuntu and POWER8: the best of both worlds

By Canonical, 13 June 2014

Last month at IBM Impact we were privileged to showcase the work we’ve been doing to bring Ubuntu to the new POWER8 platform. The wait is finally over, and IBM POWER machines are now available to the general public. So what does this mean…

Making ubuntu.com responsive: ensuring performance (13)

By Anthony Dillon, 13 June 2014

This post is part of the series ‘Making ubuntu.com responsive‘. Performance has always been one of the top priorities when it came to building the responsive ubuntu.com. We started with a list of performance snags and worked to…

Migrating juju to HP Cloud’s Horizon

By Canonical, 12 June 2014

HP Cloud retired its old regions this month. If you use juju on HP Cloud and your account was created before this year, you may need to update your juju config and possibly complete your project setup in Horizon. There are…

Making ubuntu.com responsive: our Sass architecture (12)

By Anthony Dillon, 12 June 2014

This post is part of the series ‘Making ubuntu.com responsive‘. When working to make the current web style guide responsive, we made some large updates to the core Sass. We decided to update the file and folder structure of our…

Enterprise class Ubuntu management with Canonical Landscape

By Canonical, 12 June 2014

In this recently-published white paper, Enterprise Management Associates detail the return on investment that can be expected when managing Ubuntu systems using Landscape. They outline the software’s features before providing hard…