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28 posts from October 2016

Webinar: Deploying Microsoft technologies on OpenStack

By Canonical, 31 October 2016

Watch On Demand In this webinar we explore the common challenges organisations face in deploying and managing Windows workloads at scale on OpenStack. We look at how Windows Charms can integrate seamlessly with existing Juju Charms to…

Dirty COW was livepatched in Ubuntu within hours of publication

By Dustin Kirkland, 31 October 2016

If you haven’t heard about last week’s Dirty COW vulnerability, I hope all of your Linux systems are automatically patching themselves… Why?…

Travel-friendly Lemur Ubuntu laptop updated to Kaby Lake

By Guest, 27 October 2016

This is a guest post by Ryan Sipes, community manager at System76. If you would like to contribute a guest post, please contact ubuntu-devices@canonical.com We would like to introduce you to the newest version of the extremely portable…

Snapping Cuberite

By Guest, 27 October 2016

This is a guest post by James Tait, Software Engineer at Canonical. If you would like to contribute a guest post, please contact ubuntu-devices@canonical.com I’m a father of two pre-teens, and like many kids their age (and many adults, for…

Infographic: Ubuntu Advantage explained

By Canonical, 25 October 2016

Ubuntu Advantage is the commercial support package from Canonical. It includes Landscape, the Ubuntu systems management tool, and the Canonical Livepatch Service, which enables you to apply kernel fixes without restarting your Ubuntu 16.04…

Learn about Open Source technologies on Microsoft Azure

By Ellen Arnold, 24 October 2016

Canonical will be taking part in Microsoft and IDC’s Enterprise Open Source Roadshow this autumn and winter. This roadshow will pass through many western European countries and showcase a number of Open Source technologies that are driving…

Managing your physical infrastructure from the top of rack switch

By Canonical, 21 October 2016

At the last OpenStack Design Summit in Austin, TX we showed you a preview of deploying your physical server and network infrastructure from the top-of-rack switch, which included OpenStack with your choice of SDN solution. This was made…

Working to make Juju more accessible

By Joseph Williams, 20 October 2016

In the middle of July the Juju team got together to work towards making Juju more accessible. For now the aim was to reach Level AA compliant, with the intention of reaching AAA in the future. We started by reading through the W3C…

Download Ubuntu Yakkety Yak 16.10 wallpaper

By Grazina Borosko, 20 October 2016

The Yakkety Yak 16.10 is released and now you can download the new wallpaper by clicking here. It’s the latest part of the set for the Ubuntu 2016 releases following Xenial Xerus. You can read about our wallpaper visual design process…

Live kernel patching from Canonical now available for Ubuntu 16.04 LTS

By Tom Callway, 20 October 2016

We are delighted to announce the availability of a new service for Ubuntu which any user can enable on their current installations – the Canonical Livepatch Service. This new live kernel patching service can be used on any Ubuntu…

DataArt to deploy Juju for “Big Software” collaboration

By Canonical, 19 October 2016

DataArt to deploy Juju for “Big Software” collaboration and faster project delivery Signed Charm Author partnership and SI extends partnership Juju Charm Ecosystem will be used in DataArt NFV Telco and Enterprise deployments to speed up…

Canonical and ARM collaborate on OpenStack

By Canonical, 17 October 2016

Canonical and ARM collaborate to offer commercial availability of Ubuntu OpenStack and Ceph for 64-bit ARM-based servers Availability of Ubuntu OpenStack and Ceph support included with Canonical’s Ubuntu Advantage enterprise-grade offering…