Unitas Global and Canonical provide Fully-Managed Enterprise OpenStack

Tuesday, 18 April 2017 by Canonical

Unitas Global, the leading enterprise hybrid cloud solution provider, and Canonical, the company behind Ubuntu, the leading operating system for container, cloud, scale out, and hyperscale computing announced they will provide a new fully managed and hosted OpenStack private cloud to enterprise clients around the world. This partnership, developed in response to growing enterprise demand […]

Ubuntu 17.04 supports widest range of container capabilities

Thursday, 13 April 2017 by Canonical

Ubuntu 17.04 released today, supporting Kubernetes, Docker, LXD and Snaps. This is the 26th release of Ubuntu, the world’s most widely deployed Linux OS and the leading platform for cloud and IoT operations. “The breadth and pace of open source innovation has made it the center of gravity in technology today, and the Ubuntu community […]

Carrier Cloudification: What every telecom executive needs to know

Wednesday, 29 March 2017 by Tom Callway

New imperatives, technologies, and the emergence of the public cloud are forcing telecom service providers to rethink and validate their fundamental business assumptions. The cloud has forced today’s telecom service providers to transform and perform at increasingly high speeds, counter to their normal mode of operations. Due to customer demand, operators are moving away from […]

Huawei and Canonical integrate OpenStack and CloudFabric

Thursday, 23 March 2017 by Canonical

Huawei Extends its Cooperation with Canonical with the Integration of CloudFabric Data Center Network Solution and Ubuntu Cloud Solutions Hannover, Germany, March 23, 2017 – Huawei and Canonical today announced they are expanding their cooperation in enterprise and telecom clouds to announce that they have completed the integration of CloudFabric Cloud Data Center Network Solution […]

Webinar: Learn the secrets to innovative and scalable VNF deployment

Thursday, 16 March 2017 by Tom Callway

Experts from Canonical, the company behind Ubuntu, and Fraunhofer FOKUS explain how Open Baton, an open source, carrier-grade NFV Management and Orchestration (MANO) platform can integrate with Canonical’s Juju to easily deploy scalable VNF services. If you’re a service provider interested in understanding the state-of-the-art for orchestration of VNF services and looking at the best […]

Canonical at Google Next 2017

Monday, 06 March 2017 by Alexander Gallagher

The dramatic emergence of open source software, together with the SaaS deployment model and cloud computing, has greatly reduced software costs for enterprises, but that has also created new challenges. As many organizations have come to understand, Big Software—dynamic scale-out software architectures such as big data, Openstack or Kubernetes—is a phase change in the rising […]

Mobile World Congress 2017: day four recap

Thursday, 02 March 2017 by Canonical

Today was the final day for Mobile World Congress 2017.  It has been a long, hectic, but exciting week. For starters, we had a record number of visitors to Canonical’s Ubuntu booth. The mixture was consumer targeting businesses looking for device updates, IoT advances, and innovation around artificial intelligence (AI) and augmented reality. On the […]

Webinar: Getting started with the Canonical Distribution of Kubernetes

Friday, 10 February 2017 by Cezzaine Zaher

Discover the simplest and easiest way to stand up and operate a Kubernetes cluster in AWS. Watch our webinar! The Canonical Distribution of Kubernetes is a pure-upstream distribution that delivers you the latest version of Kubernetes with built-in community operational knowledge. In this on-demand webinar we cover: how to set up your own Kubernetes cluster […]

Automate the deployment of Kubernetes in existing AWS infrastructure

Wednesday, 08 February 2017 by Samuel Cozannet

When I talk about Ubuntu and Kubernetes, and how we deploy the latter at Canonical using Juju, the main question I get is: Can you deploy in an existing infrastructure? Often, existing infrastructure means the VPC and/or subnets that I have been allocated to do my work on AWS. What is better than a little […]

5 Cool things Canonical does with Go

Wednesday, 18 January 2017 by didrocks

We had the recent news that Google’s Go was awarded programming language of 2016 by TIOBE! One of the main reasons for winning is the ease of learning and pragmatic nature. It’s less about theoretical nature and more about hands-on-experience, which is why more and more customers are adopting go in Industrial settings. At Canonical […]

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