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Joshua Powers
2 October 2017

Server Team at the Ubuntu Rally in NYC

Cloud and server Article

The Ubuntu Rally occurred last week in New York City where the entirety of the Canonical Engineering teams as well as various members of the community spent time working through final plans for Artful and continued discussions for next year’s LTS release.Below are notes on a few items last week’s event:Artful Final BetaWe saw the release ...

5 May 2016

What’s possible with Ubuntu on Mainframe?

Cloud and server Article

IBM Systems Magazine Webinar “Discover the Cloud and Scale Out World of Ubuntu”held on 27 April 2016 Recently announced support for Ubuntu 16.04 LTS on IBM LinuxONE and z Systems has created a paradigm shift in a world that often does not see much change. Systems that cannot fail, systems that the world relies on, ...

Ellen Arnold
2 March 2016

Cognitive computing, Ubuntu and POWER8

Cloud and server Article

Create a competitive advantage with cognitive computing, and see how IBM has brought back innovation with the OpenPOWER foundation. Last week we attended IBM InterConnect 2016, where we showcased Ubuntu OpenStack, MAAS and Juju on IBM Power Systems. There is a natural synergy between the POWER architecture and Ubuntu, as both are designed ...

John Dolen
8 October 2015

Ubuntu with IBM Power Systems LC models for big data

Cloud and server Article

Juju makes it easy to model and deploy Spark and other analytics solution bundles IBM has extended its range of Ubuntu supported systems with today’s announcement of the Power Systems LC models. Canonical, along with fellow OpenPOWER Foundation members – Mellanox, NVIDIA, Tyan and Wistron, collaborated with IBM on the development of these ...

9 June 2015 uses Ubuntu to bring IBM POWER8 to thepublic cloud

Cloud and server Case study

The German IT company specializes in providing linux, hosting, cloud and web development services. In 2014, created the brand “teutoStack“ for offering a wide range of services for customers interested in OpenStack cloud technology. In addition to consulting, training, operating and support services for private clouds, ...

29 October 2014

IBM briefing: build the future with Ubuntu on OpenPOWER

Cloud and server Article

Does your application use PHP? Are you looking to quickly increase business opportunities? Are you interested in adding new Cloud, Mobile, or Big Data support? If so, then plan to attend this IBM briefing that highlights how OpenPOWER is working with Ubuntu and Canonical to build the future. Open standards are the future and IBM ...

Jorge O. Castro
17 October 2014

Deploying workloads on IBM POWER8 Systems

Cloud and server Videos

In this demo we show how you can use Juju to deploy workloads onto IBM POWER8 systems. ...

John Zannos
10 October 2014

Ubuntu with Redis Labs, Altera and IBM Power supply new NoSQL data store solution

Cloud and server News

Big Data, scale and cloud are the big topics of technology today. Canonical with Ubuntu continues to drive innovation through commitment to openness and building a collaborative ecosystem. The key elements of this disruption include: innovation, automation, lower TCO, greater density, optimised power/performance ratios and new architectur ...

4 July 2014

Ubuntu highlighted in IBM Systems Magazine

Cloud and server Article

IBM Systems Magazine caught up with us recently, for a discussion regarding Linux on Power – today, and heading into the future. As you may have seen from recent blogs and announcements, IBM and Canonical announced Ubuntu support for IBM’s POWER8 platform in April. This became available immediately upon POWER8 availability in June, making ...

John Zannos
28 April 2014

Ubuntu scale out and cloud partner ecosystem expands with IBM POWER8

Cloud and server Article

Public and private cloud adoption has continued to grow, and Canonical has been at the forefront, focusing on scale out and cloud architectures. We have built Ubuntu, Ubuntu OpenStack and Juju to be optimised for cloud and scale out. We recognise that the right ecosystem of hardware and ISVs partners needs to be in place ...