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Growing ONLYOFFICE through snaps and the Snap Store

By Sarah Dickinson on 29 March 2018

  ONLYOFFICE is a project developed by IT experts from the Latvian company Ascensio System SIA. WIth ONLYOFFICE business solutions, which are the primary product range, you can run a fast and secure cloud office that comprises…

Canonical announcements

Firefox Quantum snap now available on Linux-based devices

By Canonical on 19 March 2018

London, UK, 19 March 2018: Canonical, the company behind Ubuntu, today announced that Mozilla has launched a Firefox snap bringing their latest Quantum browser to multiple Linux distributions, including Ubuntu. Developed by Canonical,…

Cloud and server

LXD weekly status #38

By Stéphane Graber on 13 March 2018

Introduction This past week the LXD team was meeting in Budapest, Hungary. We spent most of our times working on a number of issues targeted at the final 3.0 releases. @freeekanayaka worked with @stgraber to track down an fix a testing…

Desktop

Your first robot: The driver [4/5]

By Kyle Fazzari on 9 March 2018

This article originally appeared on Kyle Fazzari’s blog and is the fourth installment in a series. This is the fourth blog post in this series about creating your first robot with ROS and Ubuntu Core. In the previous post we worked on…

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Popular programming language, Kotlin, launches as a snap for Linux

By Canonical on 7 March 2018

We are delighted to announce that the latest addition to the snap ecosystem, launching today, is Kotlin – the pragmatic programming language for JVM, Android and browser crafted by JetBrains. Being a general-purpose language, Kotlin…

Cloud and server

MAAS for the home

By Canonical on 6 March 2018

This article originally appeared on Chris Sanders’ blog MAAS is designed to run in a data center where it expects to have control of DNS and DHCP. The use of an external DHCP server is listed as ‘may work but not supported’ in the…

Cloud and server

LXD weekly status #37

By Stéphane Graber on 5 March 2018

Introduction So this past week was rather intense, in a nutshell, we’ve: Merged LXD clustering support Split python3-lxc, lua-lxc and lxc-templates out of the LXC codebase Moved libpam-cgfs from lxcfs to lxc Released 3.0.0 beta1 of…

Cloud and server

Kernel Team summary: February 27, 2018

By Canonical on 27 February 2018

Development (18.04) https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Bionic... On the road to 18.04 we have a 4.15 based kernel in the Bionic repository. Important upcoming dates: 16.04.4 Point Release – Mar 1 (~1 week away) Feature Freeze…

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Charming Discourse with the reactive framework

By David Lawson on 27 February 2018

Recently the Canonical IS department was asked to deploy the Discourse forum software for a revamp of the Ubuntu Community site at https://community.ubuntu.org. Discourse is a modernization of classic forum/bulletin board software packages…

Cloud and server

LXD weekly status #36

By Stéphane Graber on 26 February 2018

Introduction This past week we’ve been working very hard to land all those last few bits ahead of us tagging a number of 3.0.0.beta1 releases of all our repositories. We’re now waiting for a few last bits to land, including LXD clustering…

Canonical announcements

Deploying Ubuntu OpenStack to ARM64 servers

By dannf on 26 February 2018

At Canonical, we’ve been doing work to make sure Ubuntu OpenStack deploys on ARM servers as easily as on x86. Whether you have Qualcomm 2400 REP boards, Cavium ThunderX boards, HiSilicon D05 boards, or other Ubuntu …

Desktop

Ubuntu Desktop weekly update – February 23, 2018

By Will Cooke on 23 February 2018

GNOME We’ve been working on a GNOME Online Accounts plugin for Ubuntu One. This will allow you to manage your U1 credentials and share them with services which need them, for example Canonical LivePatch. A MR is being proposed upstream. A…

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Openstack

A look at Ubuntu 18.04 & OpenStack Queens

Find out how Ubuntu 18.04 LTS and OpenStack Queens can provide cost effective cloud and container infrastructure for the enterprise.

Kubernetes

A look at Rancher 2.0

Last December, we announced a Kubernetes Cloud Native Platform in partnership with Rancher Labs. Built on Canonical’s Distribution of…

"Cloud Native"

JFrog Artifactory and Canonical's Distribution of Kubernetes

Software development teams using the diverse tools and languages of the cloud native world face formidable hurdles safely releasing software…

Kubernetes

Git-to-k8s automation for on-prem container deployments

Kubernetes brings Devs and Ops close together, but that presents significant challenges for traditional CI/CD as an effective and scalable…

Kubernetes

What can you do with Kubernetes?

Need to get up to speed with Kubernetes? This webinar will give you the primer to the Kubernetes platform that you need. You’ve probably…

"Internet of Things"

Ubuntu Core针对物联网设计的Ubuntu

Ubuntu Core是基于 Ubuntu 的精简版系统,现在已成为物联网以及边缘(Edge Computing)的首选平台。 本期将由Canonical的技术专家以及特邀嘉宾Orange Pi来为大家介绍Ubuntu Core的最新技术动态以及应用。