Your submission was sent successfully! Close

Jump to main content

Ubuntu in the wild – 22nd of July

The Ubuntu in the wild blog post ropes in the latest highlights about Ubuntu and Canonical around the world on a bi-weekly basis. It is a summary of all the things that made us feel proud to be part of this journey. What do you think of it?

Ubuntu in the wild

Improving data center efficiency with digital twins

Being able to create a digital copy of a system easily allows engineers and designers to improve and optimise said system. The advances in AI/ML tooling and capacity are now making it possible to use digital twins to model data centers and optimize facilities’ design, as well as to detect potential operational issues.

Read more on that here! 

Kubernetes: Portability vs Standardization

What if the ultimate goal of Kubernetes adoption was not to enable portability between clouds, but standardization? This article explores what people are really expecting from Kubernetes and cloud native technologies in general.

Read more on that here! 

The future of Fintech

Curious to know what’s next for Fintech? The Fintech Five by Five report is exploring the tech trends that are shaping the future of the fintech sector. Read on for insights on edge computing, artificial intelligence, low-code, and more.

Read more on that here! 

Surfacing Kubernetes challenges

The folks at the Channel Happy Hour analyse and report on the latest IT news. Following Canonical’s Kubernetes and cloud native operations report, the latest episode covers some of the challenges that companies are still facing today with Kubernetes.

Listen to the episode here!

Bonus: Wallpaper competition for Impish Indri

There is still one month left to participate in the wallpaper competition for Impish Indri – Ubuntu 21.10. We are still waiting to see some Macaroni art submissions, so don’t hesitate to submit yours!

Read more on that here!

Newsletter signup

Select topics you're
interested in

In submitting this form, I confirm that I have read and agree to Canonical's Privacy Notice and Privacy Policy.

Related posts

Empowering developers in financial services with desktop as a service

The pandemic has accelerated the trend toward remote working environments but it also pushed governance and security issues to the top of the priority list...

Participate in the Kubernetes and Cloud Native Operations Survey 2023

Canonical has conducted surveys about Kubernetes and Cloud Native Operations in the past two years. As a member of the Cloud Native Computing Foundation...

Ubuntu 22.10 on the Raspberry Pi delivers new display support and the full MicroPython stack

Ubuntu 22.10 delivers support for a range of embedded displays, microcontroller development and more for the Raspberry Pi.