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3 November 2015
We kicked off OpenStack Summit Tokyo’s Thursday Track Day with Mark Shuttleworth’s opening address, “OpenStack for Everyone”. You can watch it yourself below” Highlights Large OpenStacks Are Choosing Ubuntu – Every six months, the OpenStack Foundation does a survey of users. In the most recent one, the number of participants doubled and t ...
14 April 2015
Every business needs to spend fewer calories on IT management and are looking to automation and cloud-ready platforms to do so. Combining Chef’s scale and flexibility with Ubuntu’s tremendous Linux platform empowers users to easily manage everything from bare metal servers to large-scale clouds. Barry Crist, CEO, Chef Chef and Ubuntu are ...
10 April 2015
Thanks for your interest in Ubuntu OpenStack. Canonical has sunsetted OpenStack Autopilot and replaced it with conjure-up. We welcome you to visit our OpenStack product page to find an Ubuntu OpenStack solution that meets your needs. The Ubuntu OpenStack Autopilot deploys an OpenStack cloud using Juju, MAAS and Landscape. It requires an ...
27 March 2015
Drones are getting Snappy Autopilot Apps. On Indiegogo you can contribute to the PixHawk Fire (PXF). The PixHawk Fire (PXF) is an open hardware cape (daughter board) for the BeagleBone Black that allows you to create Snappy autopilot apps for drones. Behind the cape there is Erle Robotics, a startup based in Spain and led ...
14 November 2014
In the week before the OpenStack Summit, Mark Shuttleworth was a keynote speaker at the Open Compute Summit (OCP) in Paris. Mark gave an overview of the evolution of bare-metal systems, especially in the context of scale-out workloads. The highlight of the speech however, were the live demos he gave. The first demo was a ...
21 May 2014
This article is out of date. Please visit ubuntu.com/autopilot for up-to-date instructions on installing OpenStack. Deploying production grade OpenStack with MAAS, Juju and Landscape This documentation has been created to describe best practice in deploying a production grade installation of OpenStack using current Canonical technologies, ...