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29 June 2020
(Want any cloud app managed? Reach out to Canonical now. Watch our webinar onApache Kafka in production, and submit your plan for review by our app engineers.) Everyone hates waiting in a queue. On the other hand, when you’re moving gigabytes of data around a cloud environment, message queues are your best friend. Enter Apache ...
27 February 2018
Recently the Canonical IS department was asked to deploy the Discourse forum software for a revamp of the Ubuntu Community site at https://community.ubuntu.org. Discourse is a modernization of classic forum/bulletin board software packages and is something IS has had an interest in for some time, so I was happy to help the Community team ...
13 September 2016
Juju makes it easy to setup and monitor a Spark cluster with a few commands. In this guide we will setup a new cluster and deploy a Spark job using this tool. According to the official definition, Juju is a service modelling tool that allows people to model, configure and deploy applications in the cloud. ...
25 November 2015
With last week’s announcement of Autopilot GA, we’re making the installation of OpenStack easier than ever. But once you’ve deployed OpenStack using our Autopilot tool, what’s next? Have you considered Juju for Big Data? Canonical’s service modeling tool allows you to deploy cloud services in seconds. With Big Data on the rise, Juju is be ...
22 April 2010
Earlier this year, MuleSoft approached us with the desire to partner and offer to work with Canonical to improve our default java container, Tomcat, for Ubuntu 10.04 LTS Server. The idea was to make Tomcat on Ubuntu 10.04 LTS easier to download, install, and configure on Ubuntu than JBOSS is on RHEL. The Ubuntu Server ...