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Tytus Kurek

Tytus Kurek

57 posts


Tytus Kurek
16 June 2020

Is Ubuntu an enterprise Linux distribution?

Cloud and server Article

Is Ubuntu an enterprise Linux distribution? If you are asking, you are probably wondering if you can use Ubuntu anywhere else other than your workstation or development environment. Perhaps you are wondering whether you can implement Ubuntu in your enterprise, including production environments? If that is the case, I have good news for yo ...


Tytus Kurek
1 June 2020

Open source software for open infrastructure

Cloud and server Article

Implementing infrastructure using open-source software significantly reduces the total cost of ownership (TOC) of your infrastructure. Over the last few years, we’ve seen more and more companies moving to open source. These include Netflix, Uber, Visa, eBay, Wikipedia and AT&T. And this trend will only continue to grow. The migration is d ...


Tytus Kurek
27 May 2020

Hybrid cloud vs multi-cloud: what is the difference?

Cloud and server Article

Hybrid cloud and multi-cloud are two exclusive terms that are often confused. While the hybrid cloud represents a model for extending private cloud infrastructure with one of the existing public clouds, a multi-cloud refers to an environment where multiple clouds are used at the same time, regardless of their type. Thus, while the hybrid ...


Tytus Kurek
18 May 2020

Managed private cloud cheaper than self-managed?

Cloud and server Article

Outsourcing private cloud operations can significantly accelerate the private cloud deployment process. Although most organisations are successful with the initial roll-out of the cloud, many struggle to operate it effectively post-deployment. This is because private cloud platforms, such as OpenStack, are known to be complex. As a result ...


Tytus Kurek
11 May 2020

Canonical at the 9th OSM Hackfest

OSM Article

To all telecommunications service providers, global system integrators, research institutions, OSM community members and innovators all over the world: heads-up! The 9th OSM Hackfest starts in a few weeks and Canonical will as always be there. We will lead hackfest sessions, answer any questions you may have and help drive the evolution o ...


Tytus Kurek
24 April 2020

Ubuntu Server 20.04 LTS: stability, security and more

Cloud and server Article

Ubuntu Server 20.04 LTS (long-term support) is here with enterprise-class stability, resiliency and even better security. As an LTS release, it will be supported by Canonical until 2025. However, customers can extend security updates by an additional five years through the ESM (Extended Security Maintenance) service as part of their UA-I ...


Tytus Kurek
1 April 2020

OpenStack distros: How to choose the right one?

OpenStack Article

Choosing the right OpenStack distribution is essential to the success of an OpenStack project at every organisation. When selecting one, organisations should always follow certain criteria. Is it possible to operate the considered OpenStack distros economically? How easy is it to deploy them? Can the organisation upgrade its production Op ...


Tytus Kurek
13 March 2020

OSM-MR#8 Hackfest: the highlights

OSM Article

The Canonical team is getting back from the OSM-MR#8 Hackfest with a lot of excitement and a fresh view on the OSM (Open Source MANO) project. Although due to the Coronavirus COVID-19 complication around the world the leadership group re-organised the Hackfest in the last moment to be fully remote, many people joined and we’ve ...


Tytus Kurek
27 February 2020

Canonical at the OSM-MR#8 Hackfest, Madrid

OSM Article

To all telecommunications service providers, global system integrators, research institutions, OSM community members and innovators all over the world: heads-up! The OSM-MR#8 Hackfest starts in two weeks and Canonical as always will be there. We will lead hackfest sessions, answer any questions you may have and help drive the evolution of ...


Tytus Kurek
18 February 2020

OpenStack Charms 20.02 – CephFS backend for Manila and more

Cloud and server Article

Canonical is proud to announce the availability of OpenStack Charms 20.02. This new release introduces a range of exciting features and several improvements which enhance Charmed OpenStack across various areas. CephFS backend for Manila The OpenStack Charms 20.02 release introduces support for Ceph File System (CephFS) to be used as stora ...


Tytus Kurek
31 January 2020

Charmed OSM release SEVEN: Container network functions

OSM Article

Canonical is proud to announce the general availability of OSM release SEVEN images in Charmed OSM distribution. OSM release SEVEN introduces a range of exciting features, such as the ability to deploy container network functions on Kubernetes with K8s charms, and several improvements which enhance Open Source MANO (OSM) across various ar ...


Tytus Kurek
2 January 2020

OpenStack vs VMware: Bringing costs down

Cloud and server Article

Moving to OpenStack from VMware can significantly reduce the TCO associated with an initial roll-out and ongoing maintenance of your cloud infrastructure. OpenStack vs VMware economic analysis shows that under certain circumstances, it is possible to bring the costs down by an entire order of magnitude. This requires choosing an OpenStack ...