27 posts from February 2020
How Domotz streamlined provisioning of IoT devices
By cmoullec, 27 February 2020
Learn how Ubuntu Core and snaps gives Domotz a competitive advantage As the number of IoT devices scale, the challenges of provisioning and keeping them up to...
Experimental feature: snap refresh awareness and update inhibition
By Igor Ljubuncic, 27 February 2020
We’d like to follow up on last week’s article about parallel installs for classic snaps with another bleeding-edge topic. Today, we will discuss snap...
Canonical at the OSM-MR#8 Hackfest, Madrid
By Tytus Kurek, 27 February 2020
To all telecommunications service providers, global system integrators, research institutions, OSM community members and innovators all over the world:...
Canonical takes leadership role in security for ROS
By joemcmanus, 26 February 2020
Canonical is committed to the future of robotics, as proven a short time ago when we joined the Technical Steering Committee of the second version of the...
Quick-add KVMs for MAAS
By Bill Wear, 25 February 2020
When designing or testing with MAAS, it’s often handy to start with virtual machines. If you’re just on your laptop, and you want to check out a new MAAS...
Parallel installs for classic snaps
By Igor Ljubuncic, 20 February 2020
For a while now, snapd has supported the ability to install and use multiple instances of the same snap in parallel. This allows users to test features in new...
MAAS doc example: MGH
By Bill Wear, 19 February 2020
We’re creating a cohesive example to give the MAAS documentation some built-in coherence. Have a look.
Bosch Rexroth adopts Ubuntu Core and snaps for app-based ctrlX AUTOMATION platform
By Canonical, 19 February 2020
19th February 2020 – Canonical today announced that Bosch Rexroth has selected Ubuntu Core for their app-based platform ctrlX AUTOMATION. ctrlX AUTOMATION...
MAAS 2.7 released
By Bill Wear, 18 February 2020
Following on from MAAS 2.6.2, we are happy to announce that MAAS 2.7 is now available. This release features some critical bug fixes, along with some exciting...
Ceph storage on Ubuntu: An overview
By Alex Chalkias, 18 February 2020
Ceph is a compelling open-source alternative to proprietary software-defined storage solutions from traditional vendors, with a vibrant community...
Design and Web team summary – 14 February 2020
By Peter Mahnke, 18 February 2020
The Web and Design team at Canonical looks after most of our main websites, the brand, our Vanilla CSS framework and several of our products with web...
OpenStack Charms 20.02 – CephFS backend for Manila and more
By Tytus Kurek, 18 February 2020
Canonical is proud to announce the availability of OpenStack Charms 20.02. This new release introduces a range of exciting features and several improvements...