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28 posts from February 2022

Mir 2.7 brings idle timeout and OSK support for Qt applications

By Gabriel Aguiar Noury, 28 February 2022

We are glad to announce the release of Mir 2.7 — our open source and secure display server for building Wayland-based shells. Mir provides a set of libraries...

Vodafone Cloud Smartphone based on Anbox Cloud

By Canonical, 28 February 2022

Today Canonical announces it is collaborating with Vodafone to test a new technology that uses Anbox Cloud, and the power of smart mobile networks, to...

An overview of live kernel patching

By Rajan Patel, 28 February 2022

Learn how Canonical improves security on Linux with live kernel patching. Track Livepatch activity over time in Landscape.

Developing GUIs for IoT is easier with Ubuntu Frame on-screen keyboard

By Gabriel Aguiar Noury, 25 February 2022

Isn’t it nice when things just work? When you don’t have to worry about every single detail but only about what creates value? Imagine that you are building a...

Three ways to package your Electron apps as snaps

By Igor Ljubuncic, 25 February 2022

Software comes in many shapes and forms. One of the popular cross-platform, cross-architecture frameworks for building and distributing applications in...

Open source Machine Learning toolkit for financial services

By Kris Sharma, 21 February 2022

The financial services sector is adopting Artificial Intelligence technologies at a growing rate. Areas such as asset management, algorithmic trading, credit...

Monitor Ubuntu Advantage FIPS configurations

By Rajan Patel, 21 February 2022

There are multiple ways to enable, manage, and monitor FIPS on Ubuntu. You can use the UA Client to enable FIPS, and configure Landscape to audit FIPS...

Building and running FIPS containers on Ubuntu 18.04

By Massimiliano Gori, 21 February 2022

Build and run Ubuntu containers that comply with the US and Canada government FIPS140-2 data protection standard.

Design and Web team summary – 11 February 2022

By Peter Mahnke, 19 February 2022

The Web and design team at Canonical run two-week iterations building and maintaining all of the Canonical websites and product web interfaces. Here are some...

An overview of OpenStack storage

By Tytus Kurek, 17 February 2022

OpenStack storage is probably one of the most complex topics in OpenStack architecture right after networking. There are many different storage options, at...

Canonical at MWC 2022

By Maciej Mazur, 16 February 2022

Visit us from 9AM to 6PM (CET) in our Executive Room (Hall 2.1) MWC Barcelona is the world’s most influential exhibition for the connectivity industry. Since...

Low latency Linux for industrial embedded systems – Part III

By Edoardo Barbieri, 14 February 2022

Welcome to the concluding chapter of this three-part blog series on the low latency Linux kernel for industrial embedded systems.   Each blog is standalone...

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