Canonical reduces infrastructure usage with Ubuntu containers
Canoincal has introduced "chiselled Ubuntu containers" that reduce the infrastructure required to run cloud-based applications in a production environment.
According to Canonical, the containers are actually small images that conform to Open Container Initiative (OCI) specifications. The open-so... Read more
Canonical introduces MicroCloud as successor to edge computing
Canonical has introduced an open-source microcloud environment. Developers can use it to set up a super small cloud environment for various (edge) applications.
The open-source specialist sees mini-cloud environments as a successor to edge computing. Edge computing has had its day, it points out... Read more
Canonical officially introduces extra secure Ubuntu Pro
Canonical recently introduced Ubunto Pro. A version of the Linux distribution that can only be purchased in a paid subscription form. In exchange for that subscription, users get a more secure version of the Ubuntu operating system.
According to the Linux distributor, the now general availabili... Read more
Ubuntu 22.10 gains ground as operating system for IoT devices
Canonical launched Ubuntu 22.10. The latest version of the Linux operating system introduces multiple features for IoT devices and Ubuntu management.
Ubuntu is one of the most widely used Linux distributions. Large organizations use the operating system for VMs and devices in cloud and edge env... Read more
Canonical causes controversy with Ubuntu Pro update
The new Canonical Ubuntu Pro update pushes unsolicited ads to users, and people are unhappy about it.
Canonical recently released a new update for Ubuntu Pro, an update service that's free for up to five machines. There is a catch. People are unhappy with the unsolicited ads presented when using... Read more
Canonical introduces DevOps security tool Ubuntu Pro
Canonical recently released a public beta of Ubuntu Pro. The tool should offer more comprehensive security than the standard version of the enterprise Linux distribution. The public beta is free for small-scale deployments.
With the introduction of Ubuntu Pro, Canonical wants to offer businesse... Read more
Canonical expands functionality of MLOps tool Charmed Kubeflow
Canonical introduces version 1.6 of Charmed Kubeflow. The update provides more functionality for processing AI model training and deployment data.
Kubeflow is an open-source MLOps toolkit for container orchestration platform Kubernetes. It allows companies to more easily run AI solutions on Kub... Read more
Canonical launches Ubuntu 22.04.1
Linux is constantly changing and improving. Canonical, the parent company behind Ubuntu Linux, publishes point upgrades around twice a year to give the most recent software, enhancements, and security updates. The latest update is now available.
Users can now download Ubuntu 22.04.1 and install... Read more
Canonical releases VM manager Multipass 1.10
Canonical, known for Ubuntu, recently released Multipass 1.10, a lightweight management tool for VMs. Canonical also made its Ubuntu Confidential VMs (CVMs) tool generally available on Microsoft Azure.
Multipass allows developers to simulate cloud deployments on workstations running Ubuntu. Deve... Read more
Ubuntu 22.04 LTS is now available
Ubuntu's latest long term support version is available.
Software company Canonical manages all changes and additions to the operating system. The most recent version (22.04) has been published.
What's new in Ubuntu
Ubuntu regularly runs in public clouds. Hence, the release brings support f... Read more