Your submission was sent successfully! Close

Thank you for signing up for our newsletter!
In these regular emails you will find the latest updates from Canonical and upcoming events where you can meet our team.Close

Thank you for contacting our team. We will be in touch shortly.Close


24 posts from July 2023

Explore the future of storytelling with Ubuntu. Meet us at Siggraph 2023

By Erick Bryant, 31 July 2023

Canonical will participate in Siggraph 2023 in Los Angeles on August 8 -10 for the second time to help you explore the future of storytelling with Ubuntu....

University of Alabama at Birmingham accelerates research with Canonical and Dell

By Felipe Vanni, 27 July 2023

The University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB) is an internationally renowned public research university and academic medical centre that has more than 22,000...

Ubuntu AI podcast

By Andreea Munteanu, 27 July 2023

A podcast on open source, machine learning and levelling the playing field for data-driven innovation.  In a world where generative AI and large language...

Optimised Real-time Ubuntu is now generally available on Intel SoCs

By Canonical, 26 July 2023

Canonical delivers Real-time Ubuntu on Intel Core processors with TSN and Intel TCC support London, 26 July 2023: Canonical today announced the availability...

Reaching for the stars, creating the Ubuntu Summit 2023 Logo

By ilvipero, 25 July 2023

We’re super happy and excited to announce the new logo for this year’s Ubuntu Summit: The Ubuntu Summit this year is held in Riga, Latvia, November 3-5 2023....

Why and how to use Rust on Ubuntu

By Ed Jones, 25 July 2023

Rust has been the language most loved by developers for the last 8 years and it is seeing increased adoption by software companies of all sizes. However, its...

Why do you also need confidential computing for your private datacenter?

By ijlal-loutfi, 24 July 2023

Confidential computing is not limited to public cloud environments; it also has significant value in private data centers. While private data centers offer...

Start your SEV VMs on Google Cloud

By Hugo Huang, 21 July 2023

SEV is a new security feature that is available on AMD’s EPYC processors. It stands for Secure Encrypted Virtualization Secure Nested Pages. SEV provides a...

Introducing Ubuntu’s new HPC community team

By Jon Thor Kristinsson, 20 July 2023

The High-Performance Computing (HPC) community team is the latest engineering team to join the Ubuntu project.

Securing open source through CVE prioritisation

By Alex Murray, 20 July 2023

According to a recent study, 96% of applications in the enterprise market use open-source software. As the open source landscape becomes more and more...

MySQL high availability made charmingly easy

By Mohamed Wadie Nsiri, 18 July 2023

In a previous blog, we talked about patterns to run a database in a highly available manner.  In this blog, we present our recipe for MySQL high availability....

Vanilla 4.0 release

By Bartek Szopka, 18 July 2023

Last week we released a new major version of the Vanilla framework. Vanilla 4.0 introduces the elements of the new style used for a current rebranding of...

  1. Previous page
  2. 1
  3. 2
  4. Next page