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212 posts from 2018

Ubuntu Server development summary – 16 Oct 2018

By Joshua Powers, 16 October 2018

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 channel on Freenode.…

Canonical collaborates with Eurotech on edge computing solutions

By Canonical, 16 October 2018

Coinciding with IoT World Solutions Congress in Barcelona this week, Canonical is pleased to announce a dual-pronged technological partnership with Eurotech to help organisations advance their internet of things enablement. Eurotech is a…

Deploying Ubuntu root on ZFS with MAAS

By Joshua Powers, 15 October 2018

With recent updates to MAAS and Curtin, deploying Ubuntu with a ZFS root disk is now possible! Curtin added zfsroot support earlier this year and MAAS has now exposed the option. ZFS is known for an amazing list of features: copy-on-write…

Self-containing dependencies leads LogMeIn to publish their first Snap

By Sarah Dickinson, 15 October 2018

LogMeIn is one of the world’s top 10 public SaaS companies, and a market leader in communication & conferencing, identity & access, and customer engagement & support solutions, making well-known products such as GoToMeeting,…

OpenStack Summit Berlin 2018

By James Nunns, 12 October 2018

Event Details Date: November 13 – 15, 2018 Location: Berlin, Germany Venue: CityCube Booth: B10 OpenStack Summit Berlin Canonical, the company behind Ubuntu, is excited to reveal that it will be a headline sponsor at the OpenStack…

Firefox ESR 60 availability on Ubuntu

By Canonical, 12 October 2018

Mozilla Release Engineering created a special customised packaging of the Ubuntu version of Firefox intended for our enterprise partners of Canonical. This is particularly useful if partners decide they need to apply policies to Firefox…

Plex arrives in Canonical’s Snap Store

By Canonical, 11 October 2018

The leading streaming media platform is now available to a wider Linux community Visit the Snap Store to see more information on Plex as a Snap and install it on your machine. London, UK: 11th October 2018 – Canonical, the company behind…

Fresh Snaps from September 2018

By Martin Wimpress, 11 October 2018

Another month passes, and we’ve got a collection of interesting applications that came to our attention (Twitter feed) during September 2018. We have a mix of developer tools, languages, password management, productivity tools and…

Snapistics – Snaps in numbers

By Igor Ljubuncic, 10 October 2018

Actions speak louder than words. So do numbers. When we talk about snaps, we often focus on the application packages, and talk about their individual merits. However, a no less important – and interesting – facet is the…

Digital signage: the face of the smart city revolution

By Guest, 10 October 2018

This is a guest blog by Jody Smith, Product Manager at Broadsign. Around the world, smart city projects are popping up with unique solutions to longstanding urban challenges. Some examples include streetlights that analyse the current…

Ubuntu does OpenStack

By James Nunns, 8 October 2018

OpenStack, the open source cloud of choice for many businesses, has seen broad adoption across a large number of industries, from telco to finance, healthcare and more. It’s become something of a safe haven for highly regulated industries…

Design and Web team summary – 8 October 2018

By Anthony Dillon, 8 October 2018

Snappy Whitelist/ Blacklist territories for your snaps We’ve recently implemented the ability to include or exclude your Snap in certain territories. This functionality has been ported to improve the publisher experience on…