Ubuntu Server Edition for the enterprise



on 21 September 2012

In this white paper, we’ll take a look at how Ubuntu’s unique dual-release cycle can bring the best innovations from the open-source world to your test and development machines. We’ll also examine the rigorous testing and quality assurance that goes into ensuring a robust, stable and flexible platform for your production environments.

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