32 posts from November 2020
CLI-only MAAS operation
By Bill Wear, 30 November 2020
MAAS provides a state-of-the-art User Interface (UI), which is relatively simple to use, if the required inputs are known and understood. You may be less...
Productivity corner: offline translation
By Igor Ljubuncic, 27 November 2020
Language translation. Easily said, not easily done. Human languages have evolved over the past 30,000 years, tightly coupled to culture and collective...
Embedded Linux for teams
By Galem KAYO, 26 November 2020
A Linux kernel for each developer team, which uses it to bring up target boards. Bespoke, built, issued, and maintained over years by the vendor. Teams that...
Design and Web team summary – 24th November 2020
By Anthony Dillon, 24 November 2020
The web team here at Canonical run two-week iterations. Here are some of the highlights of our completed work from this iteration. Meet the team Hi, I am...
Canonical publishes LTS Docker Image Portfolio on Docker Hub
By Canonical, 24 November 2020
Ten year maintenance commitment on app images provides secure cloud software supply chain November 24th 2020: Canonical has published the LTS Docker Image...
Exploring ROS 2 Kubernetes configurations
By sidfaber, 23 November 2020
Kubernetes and robotics make a great match. However, as we have seen, robots running ROS 2 can be tricky to set up on Kubernetes. This blog series has...
Distribute ROS 2 across machines with MicroK8s
By sidfaber, 17 November 2020
Introduction Our simple ROS 2 talker and listener setup runs well on a single Kubernetes node, now let’s distribute it out across multiple computers. This...
Cybersecurity defenses for IIoT
By Galem KAYO, 17 November 2020
Cybersecurity attacks on industrial IoT solutions can have detrimental consequences. This is the case because IoT devices record privacy-sensitive data and...
Mark Shuttleworth on overcoming software complexity
By Andreea Munteanu, 16 November 2020
While today we see an enormous amount of incredible software being published, both by tech giants and niche providers, there is a significant lag in the telco...
Edge computing is dead, long live micro clouds and IoT gateways
By Valentin Viennot, 16 November 2020
“The King is dead, long live the King.” It might be my french roots speaking, but it seems that actual use cases are replacing King Edge, and it might be for...
Popular snaps per distro (2020 edition)
By Igor Ljubuncic, 13 November 2020
Back in mid-2019, we wrote a blog post detailing and comparing the most popular snaps across multiple distributions – Arch Linux, CentOS, Debian, Fedora,...
Canonical’s Open Operator Collection extends Kubernetes operators to traditional Linux and Windows applications
By Canonical, 13 November 2020
13th November 2020: Canonical’s Open Operator Collection, the largest collection of application operators, now supports both cloud-native and traditional...