19 posts from July 2021
From notebooks to pipelines with Kubeflow KALE
By aymen frikha, 28 July 2021
What is Kubeflow? Kubeflow is the open-source machine learning toolkit on top of Kubernetes. Kubeflow translates steps in your data science workflow into...
Running FIPS 140 workloads on Ubuntu
By Nikos Mavrogiannopoulos, 26 July 2021
This is the first article in a two-article series regarding FIPS 140 and Ubuntu. The first part of this series, this article, covers running FIPS 140...
The State of Robotics – June 2021
By Gabriel Aguiar Noury, 23 July 2021
June was packed with interesting news. So this monthly blog won’t disappoint our readers. If you haven’t seen it already, we are running a content survey. It...
Design and Web team summary – 16 July 2021
By Peter Mahnke, 22 July 2021
The web team at Canonical run two-week iterations building and maintaining all of Canonical websites and product web interfaces. Here are some of the...
Ubuntu in the wild – 22nd of July
By Leia Ruffini, 22 July 2021
The Ubuntu in the wild blog post ropes in the latest highlights about Ubuntu and Canonical around the world on a bi-weekly basis.
How to test the latest Kubernetes 1.22 release candidate with MicroK8s
By Alex Chalkias, 21 July 2021
Today, the Kubernetes community made the 1.22 release candidate available, a few weeks ahead of general availability, planned for August the 4th. We invite...
Why Ubuntu Certification Matters for AIoT
By jiashiuan, 21 July 2021
DFI is the world’s first industrial computer manufacturer to join the Ubuntu IoT Hardware Certification Partner Program. Three DFI products have been...
How to cache snap downloads and save bandwidth
By Igor Ljubuncic, 14 July 2021
For many people, fast broadband connection and unlimited data are a reality. For others, they are not. If you have several Linux hosts in your (home)...
Ubuntu becomes #1 OS for OpenStack deployment
By Tytus Kurek, 13 July 2021
One of the core values of Canonical, that we all identify with, is the mission of bringing the power of open source to everyone on the planet. From developing...
Linux kernel Livepatching
By Nikos Mavrogiannopoulos, 9 July 2021
Ubuntu Livepatch is the service and the software that enables organizations to quickly patch vulnerabilities on the Ubuntu Linux kernels. Livepatch provides...
DHCP Server Conflict Detection
By Bill Wear, 8 July 2021
This blog title should really be, “Why you always, always, always want conflict detection turned on on all the networks MAAS touches,” but that’s really long...
By Bill Wear, 8 July 2021
It’s possible to have more than one DHCP server on the same network and still have everything work right, with no conflicts and no dropped packets or IP...