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33 posts from November 2017

Ubuntu Core manages 25m data points a minute

By Sarah Dickinson, 30 November 2017

IMS Evolve’s systems monitor 25 million data points every minute of every day and manage almost 98,000 sites across 12 countries. Learn how they adopted Ubuntu Core on Dell Edge Gateways to run the cold-chain solutions of some of the most…

How to write an Ubuntu tutorial

By David Callé, 28 November 2017

Since we started building a learning platform at tutorials.ubuntu.com, we have published over 30 tutorials on a wide range of Ubuntu-related topics: for developers wanting to assess new technologies (such as installing Kubernetes or…

LXD Weekly Status #25

By Stéphane Graber, 27 November 2017

Introduction This week has been split between some upcoming feature work (infiniband and clustering), helping some new contributors get started with contributing to LXD and doing a lot of backports to the stable branches. Our stable branch…

Making NTP best practices easy with Juju charms

By Paul Gear, 24 November 2017

NTP: a behind-the-scenes protocol Network Time Protocol is one of those oft-ignored-but-nonetheless-essential subsystems which is largely unknown, except to a select few. Those who know it well generally fall into the following categories:…

Announcing snapcraft 2.35

By Sergio Schvezov, 22 November 2017

The snapcraft team is pleased to announce that version 2.35 has been released. Contributions This release saw some excellent contributions from outside the snapcraft core team, and we want to give a shout out to those folks. A team thank…

Join us at the Ubuntu Enterprise Summit!

By Canonical, 21 November 2017

Bloomberg, Walmart, eBay, Samsung, Dell. Ever wonder how some of the world’s largest enterprises run on Ubuntu? This December, we are hosting our first ever Ubuntu Enterprise Summit to tell you how and help guide your own organisation…

Ubuntu Server Development Summary – 21 Nov 2017

By David Britton, 21 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…

MAAS 2.3.0 (final) Released!

By Canonical, 21 November 2017

This article originally appeared on Andres Rodriguez’s blog I’m happy to announce that MAAS 2.3.0 (final) is now available! This new MAAS release introduces a set of exciting features and improvements to the overall user…

LXD Weekly Status #24: LXD 2.20

By Stéphane Graber, 20 November 2017

The highlight of this week was the release of LXD 2.20 which introduces a number of exciting new features. LXD 2.20 should now be available everywhere through both native packages and snap. We also started the process of deprecating the…

Introducing the UP² Grove IoT development kit with Ubuntu

By Canonical, 20 November 2017

As computing at the edge grows, so does the need to connect a flurry of IoT devices directly into a device that can do advanced analytics and processing. The whole journey from prototype to production is often bumpy, having to switch from…

Building a future-proofed IoT consumer device with brand stores

By Sarah Dickinson, 20 November 2017

When building or deploying any IoT device either in remote locations or consumer’s homes, it is now essential for manufacturers to consider and review how their devices can be future-proofed once it leaves their warehouses – such as…

Edging Closer – ODS Sydney

By Stephan Fabel, 17 November 2017

Despite the fact that OpenStack’s mission statement has not fundamentally changed since the inception of the project in 2010, we have found many different interpretations of the technology through the years. One of them was that…