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38 posts from June 2015

Canonical Cloud Chatter: May 2015 Newsletter

By Canonical, 11 June 2015

Summer has arrived (at least in some parts of the world!) and we’ve been busy telling the world about the opportunities created by Ubuntu Advantage Storage and challenging KVM with our LXD ‘lightervisor’. We are proud to maintain our…

Clearwater and Juju

By Canonical, 11 June 2015

Like our sister project, Calico, we on the Project Clearwater team have been using Juju for some of our orchestration needs. In this blog post, I’m going to talk about what Juju is, why it’s a good fit for IMS orchestration,…

Cleaning up scopes settings

By Pawel Stolowski, 11 June 2015

The scopes architecture on Unity 7, which provides the Ubuntu shell and default UX experience on current desktops, and Unity 8, which powers the phone and soon the convergent desktop, differ to a large degree when it comes to visibility of…

Deploy a Kubernetes development cluster with Juju!

By Matt Bruzek, 10 June 2015

Our team has been working to make Kubernetes easy to deploy in a public cloud. In March we created some <a…

Objectif Libre joins the Charm Partner Programme

By Canonical, 10 June 2015

Canonical is excited to announce that Objectif Libre, the company behind CloudKitty, has joined the Charm Partner Programme. Canonical’s Charm Partner Programme helps solution providers make best use of Canonical’s universal service…

teuto.net uses Ubuntu to bring IBM POWER8 to thepublic cloud

By Canonical, 9 June 2015

The German IT company teuto.net specializes in providing linux, hosting, cloud and web development services. In 2014, teuto.net created the brand “teutoStack“ for offering a wide range of services for customers interested in OpenStack…

Expeto joins the Charm Partner Programme

By Canonical, 8 June 2015

Canonical is excited to announce that Expeto has joined the Charm Partner Programme. Canonical’s Charm Partner Programme helps solution providers make best use of Canonical’s universal service modeling tool, Juju; enabling instant workload…

IoT: RIOT and Snappy connect the smallest of devices

By Canonical, 5 June 2015

RIOT is a smart and developer-friendly open source operating system designed specifically for the Internet of Things. RIOT is vendor-independent and community-driven, based on a microkernel architecture that allows C and C++ application…

New features in Juju 1.23

By Jorge O. Castro, 3 June 2015

A little over a month ago Juju 1.23 hit the prime time and brought with it a flurry of bug fixes and new features. Below are a highlight of the exciting new things Juju can do as of 1.23, or feel free to dig into the release notes for all…

Cisco and Canonical Collaborate on Policy-Based OpenStack Clouds

By Canonical, 3 June 2015

Canonical is pleased that Cisco, developer of the Application Centric Infrastructure is joining the Ubuntu Cloud OpenStack Interoperability Lab (OIL). Cisco implements application policy as part of OpenStack Group Based Policy (GBP) and…

Juju Support for Google Cloud Platform

By Udi Nachmany, 3 June 2015

As you may have noticed in our release notes, the recent release of a stable 1.23.2 Juju core (and its 1.23.3 follow-on) is packed with goodies such as support for systemd (and Vivid), improved proxy support for restrictive networks, new…

So You Want to Write a Snappy App?

By Canonical, 3 June 2015

Introduction If you are anything like me, you love to write apps for Ubuntu. Like the Ubuntu phone two years ago, snappy is a bit of a green field in terms of IoT related apps. If you are like me and have a Beagle Bone and a Raspberry Pi 2…