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Blog posts tagged
"Ubuntu"


arighi
26 February 2024

Crafting new Linux schedulers with sched-ext, Rust and Ubuntu

Ubuntu Article

In our ongoing exploration of Rust and Ubuntu, we delve into an experimental kernel project that leverages these technologies to create new schedulers for Linux. Playing around with CPU scheduling policies has always been a dream for many kernel hackers and OS enthusiasts. However, such material typically remains within the domain of a fe ...


Carlos Bravo
2 February 2024

Generative AI on a GPU-Instance with Ubuntu on AWS: Part 1 – Image Generation

Ubuntu Article

This blog post will show you how to run one of the most used Generative AI models for Image generation on Ubuntu on a GPU-based EC2 instance on AWS ...


Hasmik Zmoyan
25 January 2024

Ubuntu AI podcast: AI for day-to-day tasks

AI Ubuntu

Welcome to Ubuntu AI podcast, where we talk about AI with the industry leaders. This episode was recorded in Riga, during the Ubuntu Summit 2023. We’re talking about the implementation of AI solutions for day-to-day tasks with the CEO of Nextcloud Frank Karlitschek. AI usage in Nextcloud We are talking about the AI usage at ...


Canonical
14 December 2023

Canonical and Intel’s strategic collaboration brings you confidential computing with Intel® TDX on Ubuntu

Canonical announcements Article

Ensuring data security at run-time has long been an open computing challenge and a tough problem to solve. This gap arises because data must be decrypted in system memory for processing, even when it is stored encrypted. This exposes it to a large attack surface of threats posed by potentially malicious system software, such as ...


Oliver Smith
13 December 2023

Performance engineering on Ubuntu leaps forward with frame pointers by default in Ubuntu 24.04 LTS

Cloud and server Article

Today Canonical is raising the bar for performance and observability by enabling frame pointers by default in Ubuntu 24.04 LTS. ...


Michael Hudson-Doyle
12 December 2023

Optimising Ubuntu performance on amd64 architecture

Ubuntu Article

Everyone wants the Linux distribution they are using to be fast. This is practically a content-free statement, of course: who would want their distro to be slow? But at the same time, what does it mean for your distribution to be fast? For example, Ubuntu 21.10 switched the default compression for packages to zstd, which ...


Michelle Anne Tabirao
6 December 2023

Charmed MongoDB: the operator you need for managing your document database

Data Platform Article

Charmed MongoDB primary mission is to simplify the MongoDB experience so it can be an operated database powerhouse. ...


Serdar Vural
5 December 2023

Canonical joins the Sylva project

Canonical announcements Telecommunications

Canonical is proud to announce that we have joined the Sylva project of Linux Foundation Europe as a General Member. We aim to bring our open source infrastructure solutions to Sylva and contribute to the project’s goal of providing a platform to validate cloud-native telco functions. Sylva was created to accelerate the cloudification of ...


Serdar Vural
30 November 2023

Fast and reliable telco edge clouds with Intel FlexRAN and Real-time Ubuntu for 5G URLLC scenarios

Cloud and server Article

Intel and Canonical have been collaborating to deliver advanced infrastructure that can run the networks of the future. More and more, we see edge cloud systems deployed closer to end users and systems to meet the ever-increasing demand for faster edge networks that can rapidly deliver business services and boost productivity. This requir ...


Hugo Huang
29 November 2023

Generative AI explained

AI Article

When OpenAI released ChatGPT on November 30, 2022, no one could have anticipated that the following 6 months would usher in a dizzying transformation for human society with the arrival of a new generation of artificial intelligence. Since the emergence of deep learning in the early 2010s, artificial intelligence has entered its third wave ...


Hasmik Zmoyan
14 November 2023

Join Canonical at Open Source Experience Paris 2023

Ubuntu Article

Date: 6-7 December, 2023 Location: Palais des congrès – Paris, France Booth: Booth 26 Canonical is excited to attend Open Source Experience (OSXP) 2023, the annual event dedicated to the open source ecosystem – something that speaks directly to our hearts.  This year the conference has six themes, three of which we will cover in ...


Canonical
14 November 2023

Canonical releases MicroCloud: a low-touch private cloud within everyone’s reach

Canonical announcements Webinar

Canonical announced today the general availability of MicroCloud, a low-touch, open source cloud solution. ...


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