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2 February 2024
This blog post will show you how to run one of the most used Generative AI models for Image generation on Ubuntu on a GPU-based EC2 instance on AWS ...
11 February 2020
AWS and Canonical today announce the public release of Amazon EC2 Hibernation support for Ubuntu 16.04 LTS, bringing support for this feature on par with Ubuntu 18.04 LTS. Hibernation allows you to pause your Amazon EC2 Instances when not required and resume them at a later time. Applications will start up exactly from where they ...
30 July 2019
AWS and Canonical today announce the public release of Amazon EC2 Hibernation support for Ubuntu 18.04 LTS. Amazon EC2 Hibernation gives you the ability to launch Amazon EC2 instances, set them up as desired, hibernate them, and then quickly bring them back to life when you need them. Applications pick up exactly where they left ...
5 April 2017
Canonical and Amazon Web Services have been working closely together to create the best experience of the world’s most popular cloud OS, on the world’s most popular public cloud. Official Ubuntu guest images have been available on AWS for years, and underlie the majority of workloads on the service—whether you use the EC2 Quickstart, Mark ...
Jorge O. Castro
11 August 2015
One of the nice things about having Netflix running Ubuntu is that the community can take advantage of the lessons they learn about running services at scale. I had the pleasure of attending Brendan Gregg’s Linux Profiling at Netflix talk at SCALE13x and afterwards he gave me a list of things that Netflix did to Ubuntu ...
22 June 2015
A thing of beautyIf you read my last post, perhaps you followed the embedded instructions and ran hundreds of LXD system containers on your own Ubuntu machine.Or perhaps you’re already a Docker enthusiast and your super savvy microservice architecture orchestrates dozens of applications among a pile of process containers.Either way, the m ...