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27 June 2017

Ubuntu Foundations Development Summary – June 27, 2017

Cloud and server Article

Introduction This newsletter is to provide a status update from the Ubuntu Foundations Team.  There will also be highlights provided for any interesting subjects the team may be working on. If you would like to reach the Foundations team, you can find us at the #ubuntu-devel channel on freenode.   Highlights Python 3.6 transition update ...

1 December 2016

Taking a stand against unofficial Ubuntu images

Cloud and server Article

Ubuntu is amazing on the cloud because we work with cloud providers to ensure crisp, consistent and secure images which you can auto-update safely. On every major cloud—AWS, Azure, Google, Rackspace, SoftLayer and many more—you can be confident that ‘Ubuntu’ is Ubuntu, with the same commitment to quality that you can expect when you insta ...

Udi Nachmany
28 November 2016

Canonical and AWS partner to deliver world-class support in the cloud

Cloud and server Article

In today’s software world, support is many times an afterthought or an expensive contract used only to keep-up with the latest patches, updates, and versions. Hidden costs to upgrade software, including downtime, scheduling, and planning are also factors that need to be considered. Canonical does not believe the traditional norms of suppo ...

Udi Nachmany
3 November 2016

Open Telekom Cloud joins Certified Public Cloud

Canonical announcements Article

Official Ubuntu images for public cloud VMs, with European data sovereignty through T-Systems’ Open Telekom Cloud Data sovereignty is one of the hot topics in cloud computing—but especially over the past year as new EU regulations have come into play. At the same time, US-based public cloud providers, such as AWS, Microsoft Azure, IBM and ...

7 October 2016

Ubuntu Certified Public Cloud Programme

Ubuntu Article

If you operate a public cloud or you’re considering launching one, the Ubuntu Certified Public Cloud programme lets you make certified, secure and up to date Ubuntu images available to your users, along with the opportunity to offer management, monitoring and commercial support from Canonical – all of which represent additional revenue op ...

6 June 2016

Vendors embrace Juju model-driven operations

Cloud and server News

Vendors delivering SAAS experience on-premises with Juju charms Charms encapsulate deployment, integration, management, support, operations Reusable charms greatly reduce the operations cost of big software Centres of gravity around big data, machine learning and container management Rapid growth in use of Juju for OpenStack operations   ...

Udi Nachmany
2 November 2015

Interoute accelerates enterprises’ move to the cloud – and to Ubuntu

Cloud and server Article

A new entrant to Gartner’s Magic Quadrant for Global IaaS in 2015 was the UK-based Interoute with its Virtual Data Centre (VDC). Not your typical cloud giant, Interoute VDC is the cloud services platform developed by Interoute Communications, the owner-operator of Europe’s largest network. Interoute’s network offering spans the globe, enc ...

26 October 2015

1-Net joins Ubuntu Certified Public Cloud

Cloud and server News

Canonical is pleased to welcome 1-Net Singapore Pte Ltd, a subsidiary of MediaCorp, as its first Certified Public Cloud partner in South East Asia. 1-Net has initially enabled a suite of Infrastructure as a Service products and will quickly move into offering Software as a Service plans. Its public IaaS service – Alchemy – provides ...

Alexander Gallagher
10 September 2015

Rackspace joins Ubuntu Certified Public Cloud

Cloud and server News

Continuing to validate the importance of certified images in the cloud Ubuntu, the world’s most popular cloud operating system, has gained additional traction with Rackspace, a managed cloud leader. Rackspace and Canonical are excited to announce that Rackspace is joining the Ubuntu Certified Public Cloud (CPC) program. When you use Ubunt ...

Udi Nachmany
16 April 2015

Using Snappy Ubuntu Core on Certified Public Clouds

Cloud and server Article

In December we announced Snappy Ubuntu Core for the public cloud, and its availability in beta on Microsoft Windows Azure, Amazon Web Services and Google Compute Engine, as well as Vagrant. Snappy is the smallest, leanest Ubuntu ever, perfect for ultra-dense computing in cloud container farms, Docker app deployments or PaaS environments. ...

2 April 2015

Ubuntu, ARM and the public cloud

Cloud and server Article

Ubuntu has a long history of interest and investment in supporting ARM-based hardware. Since our 10.04 release, Ubuntu has been fully compatible with the ARMv7 architecture, and in 2014 we were the first commercial Linux-based operating system to announce full support for the newly enabled 64-bit ARMv8 architecture. Christian Reis, VP Hyp ...

2 February 2015

Fujitsu joins Ubuntu Certified Public Cloud

Cloud and server News

Canonical today is delighted to welcome Fujitsu, the third-largest IT service provider globally, as its first  Certified Public Cloud partner in Asia. Fujitsu Cloud services portfolio covers Infrastructure as a Service, Platform as a Service and Software as a Service as well as cloud management platforms and a wide range of professional m ...

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