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Need help choosing an embedded Linux distribution? Get guidance here

Enterprises are looking to capitalise on the new wave of small form-factor computing and navigate the shift to the edge. Device manufacturers across the world are racing to build embedded, connected devices that will deliver on the promise of the fourth industrial revolution. Many of them are looking to explore data-driven value-chain optimisations, predictive maintenance and or new digital customer experiences.

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Ubuntu Logs: How to Check and Configure Log Files

Table of Contents Ubuntu provides extensive logging capabilities, so most of the activities happening in the system are tracked via logs. Ubuntu logs are valuable sources of information about the state of your Ubuntu operating system and the applications deployed on it. The majority of the logs are in plain text ASCII format and easily readable. This makes them a great tool to use for troubleshooting and identifying the root causes associated with system failures or application errors.

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AI/ML in retail: how the shopping experience has changed

AI/ML is reinventing the reality of many industries, including retail. From brick-and-mortar stores to online marketplaces, retail companies are all increasing their investments in artificial intelligence, in order to gain a competitive advantage, better understand their customers and solve some of their long-lasting problems.

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Open source and cybersecurity: from prevention to recovery

So you have just installed the latest antivirus and turned on your shiny new firewall. Now your organisation is fully secure, right? The reality is that all the security products in the world will never be able to fully protect your data centre or your business from security threats. Because of the asymmetry between attackers and enterprises, cybersecurity is a problem that can never be solved and is never going away.

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Empowering developers in financial services with desktop as a service

The pandemic has accelerated the trend toward remote working environments but it also pushed governance and security issues to the top of the priority list for IT departments within financial institutions. Employees, and developers in particular, need the technological agility to work remotely given the hybrid workplace model being adopted by the majority of organisations.

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Apache Kafka service design for low latency and no data loss

Designing a production service environment around Apache Kafka that delivers low latency and zero-data loss at scale is non-trivial. Indeed, it’s the holy grail of messaging systems. In this blog post, I’ll outline some of the fundamental service design considerations that you’ll need to take into account in order to get your service architecture to measure up. Let’s start with the basics.

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Canonical announces new enterprise-grade Ubuntu images designed for Intel IoT platforms

15 November 2022: Canonical announced today the availability of new enterprise-grade Ubuntu images designed for next-gen Intel IoT platforms. Purpose-built for industrial environments and use cases, the latest Ubuntu images on Intel hardware deliver the performance, safety, and end-to-end security enterprises expect from the most widely used Operating System (OS) among professional developers with latest Intel technologies pre-enabled and available.

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How can the financial services sector tackle cloud concentration risk?

The use of cloud computing by financial institutions has significantly increased in the last few years, a trend that was further accelerated by the COVID-19 pandemic. In the next few years, financial institutions will need to continuously balance the pressure to innovate quickly while managing risk and combating financial crime.