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  |  By Serdar Vural
You may have heard of the term Open Radio Access Networks (RAN) widely used in the telecom industry in recent years. In this blog, we are going to explain what Open RAN is, why it represents an important technology transformation, and how it will impact the telecom ecosystem. It is the first part of a series of blogs that will discuss this popular topic.
  |  By Mohamed Wadie Nsiri
Jul 17, 2024: Today Canonical announced the release of Charmed PostgreSQL, an enterprise solution that helps you secure and automate the deployment, maintenance and upgrades of your PostgreSQL databases across private and public clouds. PostgreSQL is an open source database management system. It has been successfully used for more than 3 decades across all IT sectors. Its maturity and its vibrant community consistently make it a first-choice DBMS among developers.
  |  By Philip Williams
Cloud storage solutions can provide public sector organisations with a high degree of flexibility when it comes to their storage needs, either public cloud based, or in their own private clouds. In our previous blog post we looked at the economic differences between these two approaches. In this blog we will explore some of the security best practices when using cloud storage, so that you can ensure that sensitive data remains securely stored and compliance objectives are met.
  |  By robgibbon
Apache Spark, a framework for parallel distributed data processing, has become a popular choice for building streaming applications, data lake houses and big data extract-transform-load data processing (ETL). It is horizontally scalable, fault-tolerant, and performs well at high scale.
  |  By Bertrand Boisseau
If you’ve been reading my blogs for the past two years, you know that the automotive industry is probably the most innovative one today. As a matter of fact, some of the biggest company valuations revolve around electric vehicles (EVs), autonomous driving (AD) and artificial intelligence (AI). As with any revolution, this one comes with its set of challenges.
  |  By Rajan Patel
Regular patching is essential for maintaining a secure environment, but there is no one-size fits all approach for keeping your Linux estate safe. So how do you balance the frequency of updates with operational stability? There are strategies for enabling security patching automations in a compliant and safe way, for even the most restrictive and regulated environments.
  |  By Serdar Vural
Earlier this year at Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2024 in Barcelona, Canonical announced the availability of Real-time Ubuntu on Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Services Anywhere (EKS Anywhere). With this technology enablement, a telecom operator can confidently run its Open Radio Access Network (RAN) software workloads on Amazon EKS Anywhere, thanks to the necessary support for ultra low-latency data processing with high reliability in Real-time Ubuntu.
  |  By Michelle Anne Tabirao
The automotive industry is a vast and complex sector that includes all companies and activities involved in manufacturing vehicles or their components (such as engines, electronic control units (ECUs) and bodies). However, this sector is growing even more, as it experiences a technological revolution driven by new technologies like artificial intelligence, machine learning, and big data analytics.
  |  By Luci Stanescu
On 1 July 2024 we released a fix for the high-impact CVE-2024-6387 vulnerability, nicknamed regreSSHion, as part of the coordinated release date (CRD). Discovered and responsibly disclosed by Qualys, the unauthenticated, network-exploitable remote code execution flaw affects the OpenSSH server daemon (sshd) starting with version 8.5p1 and before 9.8p1.
  |  By agmatei
Canonical’s Managed Solutions team is proud to announce Firefighting Support, a new service for organisations that manage their infrastructure by themselves but need experts on call for troubleshooting needs. Firefighting Support provides managed-service-level support to customers who graduate away from fully managed services or are under security regulations too stringent to grant environment access to a third-party.
  |  By Canonical
Join Hugo Huang, GCP Public Cloud Alliance Director, as he demonstrates how to perform an in-place upgrade from an Ubuntu 24.04 LTS machine to an Ubuntu 24.04 Ubuntu Pro machine.
  |  By Canonical
The latest and greatest Ubuntu release, Noble Numbat is here and we show you how it is launched from the EC2 quick launch console. Ubuntu and Ubuntu Pro can be launched directly from the EC2 console, AWS Marketplace and AWS CLI.
  |  By Canonical
Secure and reliable open source IoT - everywhere. Introducing Ubuntu Core 24, the operating system optimised for IoT and Edge, allowing you to run your devices on Ubuntu. Ubuntu Core delivers high performance, ultra-low latency and workload predictability for time-sensitive industrial, telco, healthcare, and robotics use cases.
  |  By Canonical
In this webinar, you’ll learn about Canonical's release schedule for Ubuntu and its security updates, and how you can use this information to set optimal manual and automated security patching maintenance intervals. There are a variety of tools, such as Livepatch, Landscape, Snaps, and command line utilities like unattended-upgrades that provide security patching automation capabilities. We’ll cover how each one works, and how you can combine them for maximum benefit. We’ll also cover the nuances between reboot recommended and reboot required.
  |  By Canonical
Join us for a deep dive into the role of vector databases in generative AI applications. Vector databases facilitate efficient data representation, retrieval and manipulation, enabling AI systems to generate high-fidelity outputs across various domains, from natural language processing to image synthesis. This webinar will discuss various concepts, such as generative AI, retrieval augmented generation (RAG), the importance of search engines, and efficient open source tooling that enables developers and enthusiasts to build their generative AI applications.
  |  By Canonical
2 commands to install and run Canonical Kubernetes. sudo snap install k8s --channel=1.30-classic/beta --classic sudo k8s bootstrap.
  |  By Canonical
Pro Client provides an intuitive wizard to enroll your Ubuntu 24.04 LTS machine to any Landscape instance. “pro enable landscape” installs Landscape Client, and offers a guided wizard to enroll the current machine, and a shortcut for skipping the wizard on other machines.
  |  By Canonical
Ubuntu 24.04 LTS Noble Numbat is here.
  |  By Canonical
Safety is a key element in navigating AI within the automotive ecosystem. 🚗 Listen on Spotify about the future implications of AI in automotive, as discussed by Bertrand Boisseau, our automotive industry lead at Canonical.
  |  By Canonical
From the smallest startups to the largest enterprises alike, organisations are using Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning to make the best, fastest, most informed decisions to overcome their biggest business challenges. But with AI/ML complexity spanning infrastructure, operations, resources, modelling and compliance and security, while constantly innovating, many organizations are left unsure how to capture their data and get started on delivering AI technologies and methodologies.
  |  By Canonical
Traditional development methods do not scale into the IoT sphere. Strong inter-dependencies and blurred boundaries among components in the edge device stack result in fragmentation, slow updates, security issues, increased cost, and reduced reliability of platforms. This reality places a major strain on IoT players who need to contend with varying cycles and priorities in the development stack, limiting their flexibility to innovate and introduce changes into their products, both on the hardware and software sides.
  |  By Canonical
Private cloud, public cloud, hybrid cloud, multi-cloud... the variety of locations, platforms and physical substrate you can start a cloud instance on is vast. Yet once you have selected an operating system which best supports your application stack, you should be able to use that operating system as an abstraction layer between different clouds.
  |  By Canonical
Container technology has brought about a step-change in virtualisation technology. Organisations implementing containers see considerable opportunities to improve agility, efficiency, speed, and manageability within their IT environments. Containers promise to improve datacenter efficiency and performance without having to make additional investments in hardware or infrastructure. Traditional hypervisors provide the most common form of virtualisation, and virtual machines running on such hypervisors are pervasive in nearly every datacenter.
  |  By Canonical
Big Software, IoT and Big Data are changing how organisations are architecting, deploying, and managing their infrastructure. Traditional models are being challenged and replaced by software solutions that are deployed across many environments and many servers. However, no matter what infrastructure you have, there are bare metal servers under it, somewhere.

We deliver open source to the world faster, more securely and more cost effectively than any other company.

We develop Ubuntu, the world’s most popular enterprise Linux from cloud to edge, together with a passionate global community of 200,000 contributors. Ubuntu means 'humanity to others'​. We chose it because it embodies the generosity at the heart of open source, the new normal for platforms and innovation.

Together with a community of 200,000, we publish an operating system that runs from the tiny connected devices up to the world's biggest mainframes, the platform that everybody uses on the public cloud, and the workstation experience of the world's most productive developers.

Products:

  • Ubuntu: The new standard secure enterprise Linux for servers, desktops, cloud, developers and things.
  • Landscape: Updates, package management, repositories, security, and regulatory compliance for Ubuntu.
  • MAAS: Dynamic server provisioning and IPAM gives you on-demand bare metal, a physical cloud.
  • LXD: The pure-container hypervisor. Run legacy apps in secure containers for speed and density.
  • Juju: Model-driven cloud-native apps on public and private infrastructure and CAAS.
  • Snapcraft: The app store with secure packages and ultra-reliable updates for multiple Linux distros.

Drive down infrastructure cost, accelerate your applications.