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Blog posts tagged
"Private cloud"


Andreea Munteanu
30 January 2024

AI on-prem: what should you know?

Cloud and server Article

Organisations are reshaping their digital strategies, and AI is at the heart of these changes, with many projects now ready to run in production. Enterprises often start these AI projects on the public cloud because of the ability to minimise the hardware burden. However, as initiatives scale, organisations often look to migrate the workl ...


Tytus Kurek
12 January 2024

Cloud-native infrastructure – When the future meets the present

Cloud and server Article

We’ve all heard about cloud-native applications in recent years, but what about cloud-native infrastructure? Is there any reason why the infrastructure couldn’t be cloud-native, too? Or maybe it’s already cloud-native, but you’ve never had a chance to dive deep into the stack to check it out? What does the term “cloud-native infrastructur ...


Tytus Kurek
10 January 2024

What is sovereign cloud?

Cloud and server Article

In the ever-evolving landscape of cloud computing, the concept of a sovereign cloud has recently emerged in response to data management challenges. As governments increasingly recognise the importance of safeguarding their data, ensuring compliance with local regulations, and asserting digital autonomy, sovereign cloud solutions have gain ...


Tytus Kurek
2 January 2024

OpenStack with Sunbeam for small-scale private cloud infrastructure

Cloud and server Article

Whenever it comes to a small-scale private cloud infrastructure project roll-out, organisations usually face a serious dilemma. The implementation process often seems complex due to a lack of knowledge, tricky migrations and an immediate need from management to run various extensions, such as Kubernetes, on top. The most obvious way to ov ...


Tytus Kurek
8 September 2023

How telcos are building carrier-grade infrastructure using open source

Cloud and server Article

Telco cloud implementation with Canonical and HPE Service providers need cloud infrastructure everywhere, from modern 5G and 6G network functions running in the network core to sophisticated AI/ML jobs running on the edge. Given the sensitivity of those workloads to any interruptions, outages or performance degradations, the cloud infrast ...


Tytus Kurek
21 August 2023

What is a hypervisor? A beginner’s guide

Cloud and server Article

In the realm of virtualisation and cloud computing, the hypervisor is a critical component that enables the seamless operation of multiple virtual machines (VMs) on a single host. While virtualisation is a technology, the hypervisor is its actual implementation. In this beginner’s guide, we will explore the fundamentals of hypervisors, th ...


Ilenia Zara
14 August 2023

How to ensure business continuity with IT infrastructure support

Ubuntu Article

Picture this: you’re on a dream vacation with your family on a serene tropical island. The weather is perfect, the sea is mesmerising, and you’re ready to enjoy a relaxing day at the beach. Just as you’re about to unwind, your phone rings: it’s your manager calling to inform you that your IT infrastructure is ...


Tytus Kurek
9 August 2023

What is virtualization? A beginner’s guide

Cloud and server Article

While information technology continues to evolve rapidly, virtualization remains a cornerstone of modern computing, enabling businesses to maximise resource utilisation, enhance flexibility, and reduce the total cost of ownership (TCO). It is a key building block of the cloud computing paradigm, and millions of organisations use it daily ...


Andre Ruiz
17 May 2023

A brief history of MicroStack

Cloud and server OpenStack

OpenStack is no doubt a wonderful and successful piece of software. It allows you to create your own cloud infrastructure, and thanks to its open-source nature, it’s free to use for everyone. But as with many giant software projects, all that power comes with a challenge: it is reasonably complex to install and configure. A ...


Tytus Kurek
10 May 2023

OpenInfra Summit Vancouver 2023 is coming

Cloud and server Article

Heads up! The OpenInfra Summit Vancouver 2023 is coming!!! After the successful resurrection of the event in Berlin last year, the OpenInfra Summit is back as an in-person event again. The conference will take place in Vancouver, Canada, on June 13-15. As usual, Canonical will be there to share the latest news about OpenStack and ...


Miona Aleksic
8 May 2023

Spring news from the LXD team

Cloud and server Article

In this blog, we will go through some of the most significant features we have included in our monthly releases so far this year. Links to each of the release announcements are linked for detailed information. ...


Tytus Kurek
26 April 2023

ChatGPT uncertain about the future of cloud computing

Cloud and server Article

ChatGPT has been the talk of the town for more than four months now. As the first ever artificial intelligence (AI) -powered chatbot, it has quickly gained immense popularity, helping students, engineers and even executives generate content, write and debug code and run market analyses. But could ChatGPT be used for anything other than na ...


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