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Blog posts tagged
"Public cloud"


Aaron Whitehouse
24 November 2023

Ubuntu Explained: How to ensure security and stability in cloud instances—part 3

Cloud and server Article

Applying updates across a fleet of multiple Ubuntu instances is a balance of security and service uptime. We explore best practices to maximise stability. ...


Aaron Whitehouse
21 November 2023

Ubuntu Explained: How to ensure security and stability in cloud instances—part 2

Cloud and server Article

You probably know that it is important to apply security updates. You may not be clear how to do that. We are going to explain best practices for applying Ubuntu updates to single instances and what the built-in unattended-upgrades tool does and does not do. ...


jota-ce
2 November 2023

Ubuntu Snapshots on Microsoft Azure: Ensuring predictability and consistency in cloud deployments

Cloud and server Article

Canonical and Microsoft Azure integrate Snapshot Service with Azure’s update mechanisms for Ubuntu. Achieve deterministic updates across Ubuntu VM fleets, bolstering Safe Deployment Practices (SDP). Uniformity in deployed packages now guaranteed from staging to production. ...


Aaron Whitehouse
5 October 2023

Securing open source software dependencies in the public cloud

Cloud and server Article

Building stable and secure software requires understanding build systems and having a plan for vulnerabilities in your software dependencies. ...


Aaron Whitehouse
12 September 2023

Ubuntu Explained: How to ensure security and stability in cloud instances—part 1

Cloud and server Article

The LTS philosophy, releases, updates and repositories explained Since we launched Ubuntu Pro’s Expanded Security Maintenance for additional packages, and we now integrate more closely with public cloud update management tools, more people have been asking us about the Ubuntu archive and how this is divided and security patched. In this b ...


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 ...


Carlos Bravo
23 May 2023

Ubuntu Pro is now available on Graviton (ARM) instances

Cloud and server Article

We are happy to announce that Ubuntu Pro is now available on Graviton (ARM) instances of all generations. You can now launch or upgrade Ubuntu Graviton instances to Ubuntu Pro on AWS EC2. Why is this good? Ubuntu Pro: Improved Security Coverage Ubuntu Pro enables your company to freely consume third-party open source software without ...


Carlos Bravo
28 April 2023

Upgrade your existing Ubuntu LTS instances to Ubuntu Pro in AWS

Cloud and server Article

In April 2023, Amazon Web Services (AWS) released a new functionality that allows users running Ubuntu LTS to upgrade their instances to Ubuntu Pro with just a few clicks. This upgrade provides additional security features, including patching for universe packages, extended security management for an additional five years, live kernel pat ...


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 ...


Carlos Bravo
25 April 2023

Ubuntu Pro is now part of the AWS EC2 console

Cloud and server Article

We are happy to announce that Ubuntu Pro is now available as a native product on AWS. You can now enjoy premium enhanced security coverage for your Ubuntu machines by launching Ubuntu Pro instances from the EC2 console with no additional requirements, subscriptions or long term commitments. Why is this good? Ubuntu Pro features now ...


Canonical
12 April 2023

Charmed Kubeflow is now available on AWS Marketplace

Ubuntu Article

Run an MLOps toolkit within a few clicks on a major public cloud Canonical is proud to announce that Charmed Kubeflow is now available as a software appliance on the Amazon Web Services (AWS) marketplace. With the appliance, users can now launch and manage their machine learning workloads hassle-free using Charmed Kubeflow on AWS. This ...


Tytus Kurek
17 March 2023

What is cloud repatriation?

Cloud and server Article

Cloud repatriation is undoubtedly one of the hottest trends in the cloud infrastructure space as of 2023. It enables organisations to regain control of their cloud spend, workloads and data. According to a report on cloud repatriation by 451 Research group, 48% of IT decision makers confirmed that they had moved their applications away fr ...


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