25 posts from October 2020
Introducing etrace – a multi-purpose application profiling tool
By Ian Johnson, 30 October 2020
These days, the internal workings of Linux applications involve many different moving parts. Sometimes, it can be rather difficult to debug them when things...
New installation options coming for Ubuntu on WSL
By haydenb, 29 October 2020
The experience of installing Ubuntu on Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL) just keeps getting better. Beginning in Windows 10 Insiders Preview build 20246,...
Kubeflow operators: lifecycle management for data science
By Rui Vasconcelos, 28 October 2020
Canonical, the publisher of Ubuntu, releases Charmed Kubeflow, a set of charm operators to deliver the 20+ applications that make up the latest version of...
Design and Web team summary – 28th October 2020
By Anthony Dillon, 28 October 2020
The web team here at Canonical run two-week iterations. This iteration was slightly different as we began a new cycle. A cycle represents six months of work....
Snap speed improvements with new compression algorithm!
By Igor Ljubuncic, 27 October 2020
Security and performance are often mutually exclusive concepts. A great user experience is one that manages to blend the two in a way that does not compromise...
Build a Raspberry Pi Desktop with an Ubuntu heart
By Rhys Davies, 22 October 2020
On the 22nd October 2020, Canonical released an Ubuntu Desktop image optimised for the Raspberry Pi. The Raspberry Pi Foundation’s 4GB and 8GB boards work out...
Ubuntu 20.10 on Raspberry Pi delivers the full Linux desktop and micro clouds
By Canonical, 22 October 2020
22nd October 2020: Canonical today released Ubuntu 20.10 with optimised Raspberry Pi images for desktop in support of learners, inventors, educators and...
Canonical & Ubuntu Join AfricaCom Virtual 2020
By Canonical, 21 October 2020
This year, AfricaCom becomes a virtual event as part of the new Virtual Africa Tech Festival – the largest and most influential tech and telecoms event on the...
Automating Server Provisioning in phoenixNap’s Bare Metal Cloud with MAAS (Metal-as-a-Service)
By Canonical, 21 October 2020
As part of the effort to build a flexible, cloud-native ready infrastructure, phoenixNAP collaborated with Canonical on enabling nearly instant OS...
Canonical & Ubuntu at KubeCon NA Virtual 2020
By Andreea Munteanu, 21 October 2020
When: November 17-20, 2020 Where: KubeCon + CloudNativeCon North America 2020 Virtual Platform By now it’s no surprise that KubeCon NA is going virtual, like...
OpenStack at 10 – from peak to plateau of productivity
By Guest, 21 October 2020
This week is the latest Open Infrastructure Summit, in a week where the OpenStack Foundation became the Open Infrastructure Foundation to reflect the...
Telco cloud: what is that?
By Tytus Kurek, 21 October 2020
Telco cloud or a network function virtualisation infrastructure (NFVI) is a cloud environment optimised for telco workloads. It is usually based on well-known...