Installing Docker on Ubuntu 20.04 is easy, and in this short guide we show you how easy! You learn how to install Docker on your system, step-by-step.
Got much planned this weekend? I only ask because Canonical’s server bods are currently looking for wily folks to help them test an improved version of the new Ubuntu Server installer. Subiquity Ubuntu Server 18.04 debuted […]
Canonical shares some impressive stats in a new infographic (which you can see below). helps to offer further insight into just how widely used Ubuntu is.
IBM launched the LinuxONE a Linux-only mainframe, a server that will also be able to run Ubuntu.
The Internet of Things promises to immerse us in a world of intelligent everyday objects, from tweeting table lamps to weight-watching kettles.
Last week we hit Feature Freeze. This is the big date that all developer dread the most. Now features and new upstream versions have to have landed, everything else will be a matter the release team has to decide upon. We are rushing towards release with UI Freeze and Beta Freeze coming up next week. Exciting times!
Information is so much easier to digest - and so much more impressive to look at - when you can see it presented graphically. Like these map of Ubuntu servers in use around the world.
If in the passed week you took a swing by the official Ubuntu website, you will have noticed a new headline post replacing the previous Maverick ad. In an effort to improve future releases of Ubuntu server edition, Canonical is, for the third year in a row, asking users how they are using it and in what environment.
Canonical Landscape is a service designed to simplify management of many Ubuntu installations, be they physical computers (usually servers) or cloud based. It's aimed at commercial deployment where system administrators need to keep an eye on dozens, if not hundreds of installations - keeping them all running smoothly, bug free, cool and up to date.