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Embedded Linux for Teams

A Linux kernel for each developer team, which uses it to bring up target boards. Bespoke, built, issued, and maintained over years by the vendor. Teams that focus on building great apps, rather than figuring out hardware dependencies.…

Canonical publishes LTS Docker Image Portfolio on Docker Hub

Ten year maintenance commitment on app images provides secure cloud software supply chain November 24th 2020: Canonical has published the LTS Docker Image Portfolio, a curated set of secure container application images, on Docker Hub.…
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10 years and 10 million cores: charting OpenStack’s greatest achievements

Technology anniversaries have become more commonplace in recent years. The iPhone at 10 years old, indeed Canonical itself turned 15 last year. Here though, we want to look at OpenStack reaching double figures this year. …
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Edge-native Linux

Tech innovators use Linux to create intelligent devices for homes, factories, buildings, cities or vehicles etc… These things are deployed at the edge, in privacy sensitive or business critical environments.…
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The State of Robotics – October 2020

This post marks the one year anniversary of the Ubuntu Robotics newsletter. We knew adding the year on the end of each title was a good idea!…
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MTS selects OpenStack and Canonical for next-generation cloud infrastructure

5th November, 2020: MOSCOW, Russia – MTS (NYSE:MBT; MOEX:MTSS), Russia’s largest mobile operator and a leading provider of media and digital services, announces the selection of Canonical’s Charmed OpenStack to power the company’s next-generation cloud infrastructure.…
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Ubuntu Groovy Gorilla on Raspberry Pi

On the 22nd of October, the 20.10 release was launched, featuring an Ubuntu Desktop image optimised for the Raspberry Pi.  It brings together Ubuntu and Raspberry Pi for educators, inventors and entrepreneurs, bringing the world’s most used open-source desktop to the world’s most accessible hardware.…
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How Kubernetes is transforming the industrial edge

According to leading independent researchers teknowlogy | PAC, open source platforms – and Kubernetes in particular – are central to the future of digital factories.  The PAC RADAR report offers a detailed market analysis of industrial digitalisation trends, and it predicts that Kubernetes-based platforms that bring together edge and cloud technologies will soon dominate the digital factory landscape.…
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