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21 December 2022
The fastest path towards Linux server management at scale is to leverage technology system administrators know. It is now possible to manage your Debian Bullseye machines with Landscape. ...
13 November 2020
Canonical’s Open Operator Collection extends Kubernetes operators to traditional Linux and Windows applicationsCloud and server Article
13th November 2020: Canonical’s Open Operator Collection, the largest collection of application operators, now supports both cloud-native and traditional applications on Windows and Linux. The collection is hosted at Charmhub.io and follows the Open Operator Manifesto. Next-generation operations unify CAAS and IAAS “The operator pattern s ...
17 July 2020
Just like countless other business functions, cloud delivery has now shifted entirely to remote working for now and perhaps longer term. Canonical has been a remote-first company for some time, so we thought we’d take this opportunity to share some of the best practices we’ve learned along the way. Communication Effective communication be ...
1 April 2020
1st April 2020: Canonical, the publisher of Ubuntu, today announces Managed Apps – enabling enterprises to have their apps deployed and operated by Canonical as a fully managed service. At launch, Canonical will cover ten widely used cloud-native database and LMA (logging, monitoring and alerting) apps on multi-cloud Kubernetes but also o ...
2 December 2017
Of course you know Ubuntu. Your developers use it everywhere. But you’re from an enterprise, where the IT Security team has the final say. As they should. Before your app built on Ubuntu can go into production, you need their signoff. So what’s the security story with Ubuntu? How is it hardened? Are there best ...
13 July 2015
Canonical’s cloud business continues to grow at great speed. Driven by the adoption of Ubuntu as the preferred operating system at both the infrastructure and guest level, partners and customers alike value the automation, interoperability, ease of use and professional services that we offer. We provide the fastest, most reliable, most up ...
21 September 2012
Ubuntu has become a serious contender for businesses looking for desktop alternatives. As an open-source system, it offers huge licensing savings over proprietary technologies. And it’s far leaner and easier to customise, which helps you minimise management costs and get more from your older hardware. This paper looks at three key areas w ...