Cloud and server

How Ubuntu OpenStack makes the cloud work for telcos and SPs

By Canonical on 11 March 2015

Telcos and Service Providers expect near 100% uptime and the flexibility to scale their infrastructure up and down on-demand. This requires a proven cloud platform that minimises time-to-revenue and ensures predictable costs. Here’s why…

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Gyrocom & Canonical lead the field for enterprises deploying OpenStack

By Stephanie on 23 February 2015

IT infrastructure specialist Gyrocom has become an Ubuntu partner. It will deliver Canonical products Ubuntu Advantage, Ubuntu OpenStack, BootStack to its EMEA customers as part of its mission to drive efficiency, simplify and automate IT…

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To prepare for the hybrid future, try OpenStack now

By nickbarcet on 12 December 2012

Nigel Beighton, International VP of Technology, Rackspace Cloud computing is changing everything we know. Immense mathematical problems like the sequencing of the human genome and the discovery of the Higgs Boson simply wouldn’t have…


How will consumerisation of personal devices affect the choice of OS?

By Canonical on 4 December 2012

Best of our webinars – (Relates to content in this webinar) Along with the cloud, one of the big trends in corporate IT in recent years is the consumerisation of personal computing. Telecoms contracts have made smartphones affordable…

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Six near-future scenarios

By Canonical on 21 November 2012

Enterprise cloud computing might be uncertain. But if you want to start making it happen then you’ve come to the right place. This new, free ebook will show you why Ubuntu is the ideal platform for the enterprise cloud. There are six…

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Cloud computing: private, public or both?

By Kyle MacDonald on 14 November 2012

This article was published in Virtual Strategy magazine earlier this month. We think you’ll like it, so here it is. “A growing number of organisations worldwide are seeing the value of cloud computing as a way of increasing IT flexibility…