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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 ...


Michael C. Jaeger
9 January 2024

Understanding roles in software operators

Charms Article

In today’s blog we take a closer look at roles – the key elements that make up the design pattern – and how they work together to simplify maintaining application infrastructure. ...


Andreea Munteanu
5 January 2024

AI in 2024 – What does the future hold?

AI Article

AI in 2024 ...


Bertrand Boisseau
4 January 2024

Automotive at CES 2024: What to expect

Automotive Article

As the automotive industry continues to evolve, the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) has cemented its position as the premier event for unveiling the latest technological advancements. With each passing year, CES becomes an even more integral platform for showcasing groundbreaking innovations.  In anticipation of CES 2024, automotive enthu ...


Bill Wear
3 January 2024

MOTL: N33 NUC, Part 2

Cloud and server Article

Accessing the BIOS; making a plan My next step is to confirm whether or not the N33 NUC will PXE boot. A moderate Google search didn’t turn up any active documentation that confirmed this. There were feature listings on Amazon for similar NUCS, but who knows if those are reality or marketing? The obvious thing ...


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 ...


Igor Ljubuncic
21 December 2023

We wish you RISC-V holidays!

HPC Article

There are three types of computer users: the end user, the system administrator, and the involuntary system administrator. As it happens, everyone has found themselves in the last group at some point or another; you sit down to perform a task relevant to your needs or duties, but suddenly the machine does not work as ...


Michael C. Jaeger
21 December 2023

Missed Operator Day at KubeCon NA 2023? – Catch the Replay!

Charms Article

If you missed Operator Day, we have good news: starting January 4th, we will present weekly on-demand events week covering the presentations step by step. ...


ijlal-loutfi
19 December 2023

Ubuntu Confidential VMs on Azure: Introducing Ephemeral OS disks & vTPMs

Confidential computing Article

Canonical introduces ephemeral vTPMs for Ubuntu Confidential VMs on Azure, Strengthening remote attestation. Explore the evolution of confidential computing, the pivotal role of vTPMs, and Ubuntu’s solution that minimizes reliance on cloud infrastructure while ensuring comprehensive security within your VM’s software stack.” ...


Mohamed Wadie Nsiri
19 December 2023

Still running SQL Server on Ubuntu 16.04 LTS or 18.04 LTS ?

Ubuntu Article

Running SQL Server on Ubuntu 16.04 LTS or 18.04 LTS? If so, this blog is for you to evaluate options to avoid compromising the security of your data Houston, we have a problem Ubuntu 16.04 LTS and 18.04 LTS reached the end of standard support on 31 May 2021 and 31 May 2023, respectively. While ...


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 ...