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Blog posts tagged
"networking"


Shashank Balashankar
13 June 2023

Canonical solutions reduce SmartNIC time-to-market and drive efficiency in enterprise data centres

Networking Article

Data centre efficiency is a central cost factor in enterprise IT environments. So, in the face of rising energy costs and increasingly resource-intensive workloads, it is more important than ever for businesses to seek out greater optimisation. Traditionally, CPUs have been used for the majority of data centre workloads, including network ...


Felicia Jia
6 June 2023

Meet Canonical at SmartNICs Summit 2023

Networking Article

SmartNICs, the programmable network adapters that make data centre networking, security and storage efficient, scalable and modular, have started to play a significant role in the industry. Combining traditional NIC capabilities with advanced processing power, smartNICs allow many infrastructure capabilities to be offloaded from CPU, thus ...


Tytus Kurek
23 April 2021

Ubuntu Server 21.04:

What’s new?

Cloud and server Article

Ubuntu Server 21.04 (Hirsute Hippo) brings significant improvements to automation and stability fronts with new extensions to the Ubuntu Server Live Installer and phased updates in the Advanced Package Tool (APT). In addition, the latest development cycle includes improved enterprise applications availability with native support for Micro ...


Canonical
5 October 2020

NVIDIA’s Ariel Kit Explains How NVIDIA BlueField DPUs Are Redefining Data Center Services

Ubuntu Article

NVIDIA is redefining the data center around the concept of data processing units (DPUs): powerful network cards running Ubuntu out of the box that combine hardware and software to deliver new classes of cloud architectures – in the data center and at the edge.  Whether for private clouds, edge computing or data center technologies, we ...


Netplan by default in 17.10

Ubuntu Article

Recently, I uploaded an updated nplan package (version 0.24) to change its Priority: field to important, as well as an update of ubuntu-meta (following a seeds update), to replace ifupdown with nplan in the minimal seed. What this means concretely is that nplan should now be installed by default on all images, part of ubuntu-minimal, ...


Quick and easy network configuration with Netplan

Cloud and server Article

Earlier this week I uploaded netplan 0.21 in artful, with SRUs in progress for the stable releases. There are still lots of features coming up, but it’s also already quite useful. You can already use it to describe typical network configurations on desktop and servers, all the way to interesting, complicated setups like bond over ...


Guest
10 May 2017

Crowd funding the Radio access technology

Internet of Things Article

This is a guest post by Ebrahim Bushehri, CEO Lime Microsystem. If you would like to contribute a guest post, please contact ubuntu-devices@canonical.com The next step towards open source cellular networks for all At Lime we have a mission to democratize wireless networks and to bring disruptive technology to the cellular market which wil ...


Tom Callway
29 March 2017

Carrier Cloudification: What every telecom executive needs to know

Cloud and server Article

New imperatives, technologies, and the emergence of the public cloud are forcing telecom service providers to rethink and validate their fundamental business assumptions. The cloud has forced today’s telecom service providers to transform and perform at increasingly high speeds, counter to their normal mode of operations. Due to customer ...


Canonical
1 March 2017

DevOps for netOps

Cloud and server Article

Increasing operational efficiency by managing switches like servers Historically, datacenter switch and network infrastructure has been staged and managed using network specific tooling that required separate teams with their own knowledge base. By disaggregating the network and using standard server management constructs, we can learn ho ...


Stéphane Graber
14 February 2017

Network management with LXD (2.3+)

Cloud and server Article

Introduction When LXD 2.0 shipped with Ubuntu 16.04, LXD networking was pretty simple. You could either use that “lxdbr0” bridge that “lxd init” would have you configure, provide your own or just use an existing physical interface for your containers. … Continue reading → ...


Canonical
21 October 2016

Managing your physical infrastructure from the top of rack switch

Cloud and server Article

At the last OpenStack Design Summit in Austin, TX we showed you a preview of deploying your physical server and network infrastructure from the top-of-rack switch, which included OpenStack with your choice of SDN solution. This was made possible by disaggregating the network stack functionality (the “N” in Network Operating System) to run ...


Canonical
5 October 2016

Software defined networking is critical in big software

Cloud and server Article

The promise of Software Defined Networking (SDN) is to help an organization’s network to be more agile, streamlined, and adaptable. Today’s networks are growing in both size and complexity. SDN allows network engineers to automate the management and configuration of their network equipment and services. As a strategy, SDN has gained consi ...


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