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Blog posts tagged
"Enterprise"


Rajan Patel
8 February 2022

Planning phased Ubuntu 22.04 Enterprise Desktop upgrades with Landscape

Desktop Desktop

Comply with release management and change management policies by controlling enterprise Ubuntu Desktop upgrades with Landscape ...


Oliver Smith
29 November 2021

How Ubuntu Boosts Developer Desktop Productivity

Desktop Article

From education through to enterprise, Ubuntu delivers a productive and secure developer desktop experience. ...


Canonical
13 September 2021

Enterprise Open Source Summit: A Business Perspective on Open Source

Canonical announcements Article

November 10, 2021 Canonical, Nextcloud, Collabora, Linbit, OpenNebula and Factor Group will present business perspectives on the use of open source in enterprise environments at the Enterprise Open Source Summit event scheduled for November 10, 2021. Open source solutions are becoming increasingly popular in all areas of business as an im ...


Nikos Mavrogiannopoulos
1 September 2021

Cybersecurity with Ubuntu

Cloud and server White paper

The cybersecurity state of affairs can be described as too complex today. There is an enormous number of threats endangering sensitive data for the average IT team to cope with. Threats ranging from exposure of physical assets stored in an office, to “social engineering” attacks resulting in unauthorized access, or even threats that explo ...


Philip Williams
25 June 2021

Ceph for Enterprise, a shared mission.

Ceph Article

This week, the final week of Ceph Month, the Ceph Foundation announced the creation of the Ceph Market Development Working Group.  Canonical is proud to be amongst the founding members of the group, alongside fellow community members RedHat and SoftIron. Open source enterprise storage The group’s primary objectives are to raise wider awar ...


anastasiavalti
9 February 2021

Benefits of containers for enterprises

Kubernetes Article

Within just five years, Kubernetes and containers have redefined how software is deployed. Researchers expect the container market to grow by 30% year over year to become a 5 billion industry by 2022. But what is the reason behind this mass adoption of container technology in the enterprise?  Get the full picture with our CTO’s ...


Kris Sharma
4 February 2021

What is Elasticsearch and how are enterprises using it?

Apps Article

What does Netflix, eBay and Walmart have in common? They all use Elasticsearch. What is Elasticsearch? Elasticsearch is a real-time open-source distributed search and analytics engine built on top of Apache Lucene™, a fulltext search-engine library and developed in Java. Elasticsearch started as a scalable version of the Lucene open-sourc ...


nilayshrugged
1 October 2020

Dell brings new Intel 11th gen Core processors to the XPS 13 Developer Edition

Desktop Desktop

This week, Dell announced the availability of its XPS 13 Developer Edition, preloaded with Ubuntu 20.04 LTS, has been updated with Intel’s® new 11th generation core™ processors. This is the first laptop to preload Linux together with Intel’s 10nm Tiger Lake processor. The XPS 13 Developer Edition is focused on bringing out-of-the-box usab ...


nilayshrugged
23 September 2020

Lenovo expand enterprise desktop range preinstalled with Ubuntu

Desktop Article

Today, Lenovo announced the expansion of its Linux program to include selected ThinkPad and ThinkStation PCs preinstalled with Ubuntu Desktop 20.04 LTS. Designed to be the daily drivers for developers across the globe, the ThinkPad and ThinkStation ranges, including the popular X1, can now be purchased globally, with Ubuntu preinstalled, ...


Tytus Kurek
16 June 2020

Is Ubuntu an enterprise Linux distribution?

Cloud and server Article

Is Ubuntu an enterprise Linux distribution? If you are asking, you are probably wondering if you can use Ubuntu anywhere else other than your workstation or development environment. Perhaps you are wondering whether you can implement Ubuntu in your enterprise, including production environments? If that is the case, I have good news for yo ...


Alex Cattle
6 September 2019

Management of snaps in a controlled, enterprise environment

Ubuntu Article

Few enterprises want all their computing devices to be fully exposed to the internet. In an environment of ever-growing security threats, isolating internal networks from the wider internet is not simply best practice, but borderline essential. However, with all the benefits that restricted networks provide, it can pose challenges for ent ...


Canonical
6 December 2018

Canonical and Supermicro collaborate to advance enterprises’ Kubernetes adoption

Canonical announcements Article

Canonical, the company behind Ubuntu, and Supermicro, a global leader in enterprise computing, storage, networking and green technologies, today announce a joint offering helping enterprises to accelerate the design and deployment of their Kubernetes stack through an optimised, pre-certified solution. With containerisation technology such ...


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