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Jun 30, 2022   |  By Massimiliano Gori
In this article we will focus on how you can use Active Directory to schedule startup, shutdown, login or logout scripts on your managed desktops through ADsys. In this area, as well as for all the other new features delivered by ADsys, we tried to offer a user experience as close as possible to the native one available in Microsoft Windows, with the aim of enabling IT admins to reuse the same knowledge and tools they acquired over the years to manage Ubuntu desktops.
Jun 27, 2022   |  By Alex Murray
Canonical Ubuntu 22.04 LTS is the latest long term support release of Ubuntu, one of the world’s most popular Linux distributions. As a Long Term Support release, Ubuntu 22.04 LTS will be supported for 10 years, receiving both extended security updates and kernel livepatching via an Ubuntu Advantage subscription (which is free for personal use).
Jun 24, 2022   |  By Hugo Huang
How important security is for your application and digital services? “Very important”, this is the answer we get the most often from Product Managers and Executives. Nobody wants the malware to take advantage of the vulnerabilities of their applications. However, any access point to the internet can be an entry point for hackers.
Jun 17, 2022   |  By Omar Ali Amin
Even after the public cloud hype, private clouds remain to be a very essential part of many enterprises’ cloud strategy. Private clouds are simply giving CIOs more control over their budgets, enabling better security and allowing the flexibility to build best of breed IT solutions. So let’s stop here and take a step backwards, why are organisations even investing in their IT?
Jun 17, 2022   |  By Massimiliano Gori
Linux Active Directory (AD) integration is historically one of the most requested functionalities by our corporate users, and with Ubuntu Desktop 22.04, we introduced ADsys, our new Active Directory client. This blog post is part 3 of a series where we will explore the new functionalities in more detail.
Jun 15, 2022   |  By Canonical
15 June 2022: Canonical today announced that Ubuntu Core 22, the fully containerised Ubuntu 22.04 LTS variant optimised for IoT and edge devices, is now generally available for download from Combined with Canonical’s technology offer, this release brings Ubuntu’s comprehensive and industry-leading operating system (OS) and services to a complete range of embedded and IoT devices.
Jun 15, 2022   |  By dbeamonte
Ubuntu Core, the Ubuntu flavour optimised for IoT and edge devices, has a new version available. With a 2-year release cadence, every new release is both an exciting and challenging milestone. Ubuntu Core is based on Ubuntu. It is open source, long-term supported (LTS), binary compatible and offers a unified developer experience. It allows developers and makers to build composable and software-defined appliances built from immutable snap container images.
Jun 15, 2022   |  By Vergil Yotov
If you are packaging your IoT applications as snaps or containers, you are aware of the benefits of bundling an application with its dependencies. Publishing snaps across different operating system versions and even distributions is much easier than maintaining package dependencies. Automated IoT software updates make managing fleets of devices more efficient.
Jun 10, 2022   |  By Michelle Anne Tabirao
Last May, KubeCon gathered multiple tech enthusiasts, students, professionals, and companies. The event highlighted various topics and insights on how to collaborate on pushing the boundaries of cloud-native computin One of our Engineering Directors, Mykola Marzhan, shared his knowledge about databases on Kubernetes at KubeCon, during a session organised by the DoK.Community. We’ve picked out some of the key highlights from the talk below.
Jun 10, 2022   |  By Michelle Anne Tabirao
IT leaders, engineers, and developers must consider multiple factors when using a database. There are scores of open source and proprietary databases available, and each offers distinct value to organisations. They can be divided into two primary categories: SQL (relational database) and NoSQL (non-relational database). This article will explore the difference between SQL and NoSQL and which option is best for your use case.
Jun 27, 2022   |  By Canonical
Ubuntu now offers the Ubuntu Security Guide tooling for compliance with the DISA Security Technical Implementation Guide (STIG) in Ubuntu 20.04 LTS.
Jun 15, 2022   |  By Canonical
IoT manufacturers face complex challenges to deploy devices on time and within budget. Ensuring security and remote management at scale is also taxing as device fleets expand. Ubuntu Core 22 helps manufacturers meet these challenges with an ultra-secure, resilient, and low-touch Operating System, backed by a growing ecosystem of silicon and ODM partners. Ubuntu Core 22 is a minimal, fully containerised Ubuntu 22.04 LTS variant optimised for IoT and edge devices.
Jun 7, 2022   |  By Canonical
This video shows how to get started with Ubuntu Core on Raspberry Pi. This is the first video of a series focused on Ubuntu Core running on Raspberry Pi, where we will guide you from the first baby steps to the most advanced features, showing practical use cases and examples that you can use. In this first video, we will see: If you want to learn more, please read.
Jun 1, 2022   |  By Canonical
On April 2022 we released our newest version of Ubuntu, Ubuntu Jammy Jellyfish, which is now available also on Azure! In this video, we show how you can deploy Ubuntu Server 22.04 LTS and Ubuntu Pro Server 22.04 on Azure.
May 17, 2022   |  By Canonical
Embedded Linux development doesn't have to be a journey of anxiety. Ubuntu Core provides developers what a DIY Linux distro cannot give them: a faster time to market, and tested and trusted security and update strategies. Key learning from this video: Yocto Project and all related marks and logos are trademarks of The Linux Foundation. This presentation is not, in any way, endorsed by the Yocto Project or The Linux Foundation.
May 16, 2022   |  By Canonical
Ubuntu Core is an operating system designed for IoT and Edge devices. This Ubuntu Core 20 release enables innovators to create highly secure things and focus entirely on their own unique features and apps, with confinement and security updates built into the operating system. In this webinar you will learn.
May 16, 2022   |  By Canonical
On April 2022 we released our newest version of Ubuntu, Ubuntu Jammy Jellyfish, available also in AWS. Learn how to deploy Ubuntu Server 22.04 LTS and Ubuntu Pro Server 22.04 on the AWS EC2 console.
May 4, 2022   |  By Canonical
Watch how to use MAAS to build your own bare metal #cloud. This fast and fun video runs through the official tutorial, so you can follow along at your own pace. Want to learn more about bare metal #kubernetes too?
Apr 28, 2022   |  By Canonical
Ubuntu Pro 22.04 is released, which embedded livepatch and security update for 30k+ opensource packages. Go ahead and try the latest Ubuntu in Google Cloud. Follow this quick tutorial to create your own Ubuntu Pro 22.04 on Google Cloud!
Apr 21, 2022   |  By Canonical
Ubuntu Jammy Jellyfish is released TODAY. Go ahead and try the latest Ubuntu 22.04 in Google Cloud follow this quick tutorial!
Apr 1, 2020   |  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.
Apr 1, 2020   |  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.
Mar 1, 2020   |  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.
Mar 1, 2020   |  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.
Feb 1, 2020   |  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.


  • 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.

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