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1 May 2024

Canonical releases Landscape 24.04 LTS

Canonical announcements Article

Landscape 24.04 LTS is Landscape’s first LTS release, with a modernised backend, web portal, snap management, and repository management features. ...


Canonical
25 April 2024

Canonical releases Ubuntu 24.04 LTS Noble Numbat

Canonical announcements Article

Canonical’s 10th Long Term Supported release sets a new standard in performance engineering, enterprise security and developer experience. ...


Oliver Smith
25 April 2024

Ubuntu Desktop 24.04 LTS: Noble Numbat deep dive

Cloud and server Article

Learn how Ubuntu Desktop 24.04 LTS is built to empower open source developers and deliver innovation for the next 12 years. ...


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Edoardo Barbieri
30 May 2024

Canonical releases Real-time Ubuntu 24.04 LTS

Ubuntu Article

London, 30 May 2024. Today Canonical announced the availability of Real-time Ubuntu 24.04 LTS.  By ensuring high-priority processes are executed first, with deterministic response times, Real-time Ubuntu 24.04 LTS reduces latency compared to mainline Linux and enhances the system’s ability to handle time-sensitive operations effectively.  ...


Canonical
28 May 2024

Canonical enables Ubuntu on Milk-V Mars, a credit-card-sized RISC-V SBC

Canonical announcements Article

May 28th, 2024 – Canonical announced that the optimised Ubuntu 24.04 image is available for Milk-V Mars, the first credit-card-sized high-performance RISC-V Single Board Computer (SBC) delivered by Shenzhen MilkV Technology Co., Ltd. RISC-V, a new paradigm in silicon development  Open standards and collaboration are vital to hardware and ...


robgibbon
23 May 2024

Can it play Doom? Running an AI LAN party on a Spark cluster with ViZDoom

AI Article

It’s all about AI these days, so I decided to try and answer the important question: can you make a Spark cluster run AI agents that play a game of Doom, in a multiplayer LAN party? Although I’m no data scientist, I was able to get this to work and I’ll show you how so ...


Canonical
22 May 2024

Advantech RSB-3810, a new Single Board Computer powered by MediaTek Genio 1200, is now certified on Ubuntu 22.04 LTS

Internet of Things Article

Discover this new hardware solution designed for IoT and edge applications Canonical has partnered with MediaTek to optimise Ubuntu for IoT innovations and announced the first Ubuntu images optimised for MediaTek’s Genio 1200 System on Chip (SoC) in 2023. The solution is designed to deliver AI innovation in diverse markets. Devices built ...


Jehudi
21 May 2024

Canonical supports Microsoft Azure Cobalt 100 VMs

Canonical announcements Article

Canonical announces that Ubuntu and Ubuntu Pro now support Microsoft Azure Cobalt 100 VMs, ideal for diverse workloads and leveraging Arm-based architectures for enhanced performance and efficiency. ...


Tytus Kurek
20 May 2024

Cloudify your data centre – A guide to VMware infrastructure transformation

Cloud and server Cloud

You know what’s going on. You’ve been monitoring the situation around VMware for at least a year now. There is no need to convince you that whatever comes next, you have to prepare for a big change. You and your team are already well prepared. You have a budget, timeline and necessary resources. However, one ...


Oliver Smith
17 May 2024

Migrating from CentOS to Ubuntu: a guide for system administrators and DevOps

Cloud and server Article

CentOS 7 is on track to reach its end-of-life (EoL) on June 30, 2024. Post this date, the CentOS Project will cease to provide updates or support, including vital security patches. Moving away from the RHEL-based ecosystem might appear daunting, but if you’re considering Ubuntu the switch can be both straightforward and economically viabl ...


Felipe Vanni
15 May 2024

Canonical at Dell Technologies World 2024

AI Article

Canonical, the company behind Ubuntu and the trusted source for open source software, is thrilled to announce its sponsorship of Dell Technologies World again this year. Join us in Las Vegas from May 20th to the 23rd to explore how Canonical and Dell can elevate your business with state-of-the-art technologies for Cloud, AI and the ...


Carlos Bravo
14 May 2024

Ubuntu Pro for EKS is now generally available

Ubuntu Article

May 14, 2024 – Canonical, the publisher of Ubuntu, is delighted to announce the general availability of Ubuntu Pro for Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service (Amazon EKS). This expansion brings robust security offerings to AWS’ managed Kubernetes service, including enhanced uptime and security through Kernel Livepatch and unrestricted access t ...


robgibbon
14 May 2024

Deploy an on-premise data hub with Canonical MAAS, Spark, Kubernetes and Ceph

AI Article

Download the Spark reference architecture guide In this post we’ll explore deploying a fully operational, on-premise data hub using Canonical’s data centre and cloud automation solutions MAAS (Metal as a Service) and Juju. MAAS is the industry standard open source solution for provisioning and managing physical servers in the data centre. ...


Hugo Huang
13 May 2024

Ubuntu Pro 24.04 LTS Lands on Google Cloud: Power Up Your Cloud Experience

Cloud and server Ubuntu Pro

Exciting news for cloud enthusiasts and developers! Ubuntu Pro 24.04 LTS (Noble Numbat) is now available on Google Cloud, bringing a robust and secure platform for your cloud workloads. This latest Long Term Support release from Canonical offers a wealth of features and enhancements, making it the perfect choice for building and deploying ...


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