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Canonical’s Distribution of Kubernetes reduces operational friction

By Canonical on 1 December 2016

Linux containers (LXC) are one of the hottest technologies in the market today. Developers are adopting containers, especially Docker, as a way to speed-up development cycles and deliver code into testing or production environments much…

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conjure-up Canonical Kubernetes under LXD today!

By Adam Stokes on 21 November 2016

We’ve just added the Localhost (LXD) cloud type to the list of supported cloud type on which you can deploy The Canonical Distribution of Kubernetes. What does this mean? Just like with our OpenStack offering you can now have…

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Kubernetes the easy way

By Jorge O. Castro on 17 November 2016

If you’re interested in running Kubernetes you’ve probably heard of Kelsey Hightower’s Kubernetes the Hard Way. Exercises like these are important, they highlight the coordination needed between components in modern stacks, and it…

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Charm Partner Newsletter: November 2016

By Canonical on 15 November 2016

In this issue: Newest additions to the Charm partner programme Latest Juju charms Updating Clouds with Juju Details on the next Juju Charmer’s Summit Latest installment of our Scale Out webinar series Welcome to our newest partners!…

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Webinar: Secure, scale and simplify your OpenStack deployments

By Ellen Arnold on 11 November 2016

In our latest on-demand webinar, we explore how we can build and manage highly scalable OpenStack clouds with BootStack, Juju and PLUMgrid. Arturo Suarez, Product Manager for BootStack at Canonical, and Justin Moore, Principal Solutions…

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Webinar: Deploying Microsoft technologies on OpenStack

By Canonical on 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…

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DataArt to deploy Juju for “Big Software” collaboration

By Canonical on 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…

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Canonical and ARM collaborate on OpenStack

By Canonical on 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…

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Canonical releases Ubuntu 16.10

By Canonical on 13 October 2016

Ubuntu 16.10 released with Hybrid Cloud Operations and Unity 8 developer preview, from Canonical MAAS 2.0 delivers robust, highly-available IPAM and bare-metal provisioning Hybrid cloud operations with Juju 2.0 Developer preview of Unity 8…

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Carleton University creates Research Cloud with Ubuntu OpenStack, IBM

By Canonical on 12 October 2016

Carleton University Creates Campus Research Cloud with Ubuntu OpenStack running on IBM Power Systems Carleton Research Cloud offers rapid, self-service POWER compute resources for faster processing of scientific inquiries Canonical’s…

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Big software has arrived

By Canonical on 3 October 2016

It’s time for IT to let software do more of the work The world of business technology is under tremendous pressure and most organizations are ill-equipped to deal with the challenges and opportunities that are arising. Software as a…

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Cloud Chatter: September 2016

By Canonical on 30 September 2016

Welcome to our September edition. This month, We begin with Canonical introducing enterprise support for its own distribution of Kubernetes across public clouds and private infrastructure. Next up we give you a preview of what you can…