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MAAS 2.5 : Growing the ecosystem and support for KVM micro-clouds

By Canonical on 16 January 2019

Our latest release makes for a very exciting point in the MAAS evolution. As datacenter (DC) infrastructure grows at unparalleled scale fueled by new applications and services such as connected autonomous cars, augmented/virtual reality…

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Design and Web team summary – 19 December 2018

By Anthony Dillon on 19 December 2018

Welcome to the latest work and updates from the design and web team. Base squad This week, the bulk of our work was on improving our internal system for employee reviews, but we found time to squeeze in a few other things: We also…

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MAAS 2.4.0 Alpha 2 released!

By Canonical on 14 March 2018

This originally appeared on Andres Rodriguez’s blog Hello MAASters! I’m happy to announce that MAAS 2.4.0 alpha 2 has now been released and is available for Ubuntu Bionic. MAAS Availability MAAS 2.4.0 alpha 1 is available in the…

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MAAS for the home

By Canonical on 6 March 2018

This article originally appeared on Chris Sanders’ blog MAAS is designed to run in a data center where it expects to have control of DNS and DHCP. The use of an external DHCP server is listed as ‘may work but not supported’ in the…

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Deploying Ubuntu OpenStack to ARM64 servers

By dannf on 26 February 2018

At Canonical, we’ve been doing work to make sure Ubuntu OpenStack deploys on ARM servers as easily as on x86. Whether you have Qualcomm 2400 REP boards, Cavium ThunderX boards, HiSilicon D05 boards, or other Ubuntu …

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Machine reservation and multi-tenancy in MAAS

By Christian Reis on 20 December 2017

As product manager for MAAS, a common request MAAS end-users bring is multi-tenancy, which in its more fundamental form can be understood as the ability to reserve machines for certain sets of users. This is common when you have a central…