73 posts from 2023
Meet the Canonical Ceph team at Cephalocon 2023
By Philip Williams, 22 March 2023
Date: April 16-18th, 2023 Location: Amsterdam, Netherlands In just a few weeks, Cephalocon will be held at the Pakhuis de Zwijger cultural centre in...
Scale Enterprise AI with Canonical and NVIDIA
By Canonical, 21 March 2023
Charmed Kubeflow is now certified in the NVIDIA DGX-Ready Software Program for MLOps! Canonical is proud to announce that Charmed Kubeflow is now certified as...
Craft team welcomes you to another episode of its adventures
By Igor Ljubuncic, 21 March 2023
Welcome to the second article in the Craft team saga. Previously, on Craft Team, we gave you a brief introduction into the team’s function, we announced our...
Canonical joins the confidential computing consortium
By ijlal-loutfi, 21 March 2023
We are happy to announce we have joined the confidential computing consortium, a project community at the Linux Foundation that is focused on accelerating...
Automotive consortiums: Setting new standards for safety and cybersecurity
By Bertrand Boisseau, 20 March 2023
At Canonical we are actively involved in several automotive consortiums as we believe that open source technology will be the driving force behind next...
What is cloud repatriation?
By Tytus Kurek, 17 March 2023
Cloud repatriation is undoubtedly one of the hottest trends in the cloud infrastructure space as of 2023. It enables organisations to regain control of their...
Help us build better doc
By Bill Wear, 17 March 2023
We want you to join our Ubuntu circle, and help us document MAAS. More minds, more eyes, more hands make better doc.
Kubernetes vs OpenStack: which one to choose?
By Tytus Kurek, 16 March 2023
Kubernetes vs OpenStack is a common dilemma that organisations face when considering the modernisation of their IT infrastructure. Both are well-established...
The Lunar Lobster has landed ahead of Ubuntu 23.04
By Oliver Smith, 15 March 2023
Prepare your desktop for the arrival of Ubuntu 23.04 with the reveal of our official Lunar Lobster wallpapers and the winners of our community competition.
Time to prepare for Ubuntu 18.04 LTS End of Standard Support on 31 May 2023
By Lech Sandecki, 14 March 2023
Ubuntu 18.04 LTS ‘Bionic Beaver‘, one of the most popular Ubuntu releases, will reach the end of the standard, five-year maintenance window for Long-Term...
Canonical teams up with MediaTek to optimise Ubuntu for IoT innovations
By Canonical, 14 March 2023
14 March 2023, Embedded World, Nuremberg: Canonical today announced the first Ubuntu images optimised for MediaTek’s Genio 1200 System on Chip (SoC). The...
Canonical announces Ubuntu Core compatible with SystemReady IR Systems, highlights OS security with PSA Certified Level 1 achievement
By Canonical, 14 March 2023
Ubuntu Core, Arm SystemReady and PSA Certified are transforming how the industry think about connected edge devices, security and device compatibility. [14...