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28 posts from November 2023

MOTL: Minis Forum N33 NUC

By Bill Wear, 30 November 2023

Part 1: The hardware setup As a first attempt at trying MAAS outside the lines (MOTL), let’s pick a random, inexpensive Next Unit of Computing (NUC). Indeed,...

Fast and reliable telco edge clouds with Intel FlexRAN and Real-time Ubuntu for 5G URLLC scenarios

By Serdar Vural, 30 November 2023

Intel and Canonical have been collaborating to deliver advanced infrastructure that can run the networks of the future. More and more, we see edge cloud...

Meet Canonical at CES 2024

By lizzieepton, 29 November 2023

It’s that exciting time of year, CES is almost here. With 2880+ exhibitors, the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) has cemented its position as the premier event...

Canonical joins the RISC-V Software Ecosystem (RISE)

By Canonical, 29 November 2023

Canonical is delighted to announce it is now a member of the RISC-V Software Ecosystem (RISE) to contribute to commercial readiness of open source software...

Generative AI explained

By Hugo Huang, 29 November 2023

When OpenAI released ChatGPT on November 30, 2022, no one could have anticipated that the following 6 months would usher in a dizzying transformation for...

Real-time Linux: a comprehensive guide

By Edoardo Barbieri, 28 November 2023

In the mission-critical workloads of modern enterprises, where time boundaries and determinism can make a major difference, the demand for real-time systems...

Ubuntu Explained: How to ensure security and stability in cloud instances—part 3

By Aaron Whitehouse, 24 November 2023

Applying updates across a fleet of multiple Ubuntu instances is a balance of security and service uptime. We explore best practices to maximise stability.

Building a comprehensive toolkit for machine learning

By Andreea Munteanu, 24 November 2023

In the last couple of years, the AI landscape has evolved from a researched-focused practice to a discipline delivering production-grade projects that are...

Canonical releases Charmed Kubeflow 1.8

By Andreea Munteanu, 22 November 2023

Canonical, the publisher of Ubuntu, announced today the general availability of Charmed Kubeflow 1.8. Charmed Kubeflow is an open source, end-to-end MLOps...

Canonical announces the general availability of chiselled Ubuntu containers

By Canonical, 21 November 2023

Production-ready, secure-by-design, ultra-small containers with chiselled Ubuntu Canonical announced today the general availability of chiselled Ubuntu...

Ubuntu Explained: How to ensure security and stability in cloud instances—part 2

By Aaron Whitehouse, 21 November 2023

You probably know that it is important to apply security updates. You may not be clear how to do that. We are going to explain best practices for applying...

Cloud backup: improve your disaster recovery plans

By Philip Williams, 21 November 2023

Say goodbye to tape, and hello to flexible cloud backup. Today the lowest cost media per terabyte for backups is still tape, even after factoring in the...


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