Month: July 2022

Canonical talks cloud native and career development at community meetup in Manila

Canonical, the publisher of Ubuntu, joined ULAP.org in their cloud-native computing upskilling initiative held in Manila, Philippines, last June. ULAP’s mission is to help underrepresented STEM students kickstart a career in cloud, data, and technology. Michelle Anne Tabirao, Data Solutions Product Manager, participated as a speaker and shared insights on open-source data solutions and Kubernetes. …

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Multipass 1.10 brings new instance modification capabilities

Developers rejoice! The Multipass team has been listening to your feedback, and we are excited to announce that the latest update to Multipass contains one of our most requested features – instance modification. For those who are just discovering Multipass, it’s software designed to make working with virtual machines as painless as possible. It has …

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The State of IoT – June & July 2022

Welcome to the June & July combined edition of the monthly State of IoT series. Let’s dive straight into the most prominent news across the IoT landscape from the last two months. Canonical releases Ubuntu Core 22 for embedded Ubuntu Core is an app-centric embedded operating system based on Ubuntu. Developers can focus on building …

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Automotive fleet management: what OEMs can learn from software companies

One of the main challenges within the automotive industry today is finding a solution that allows for efficient automotive fleet management. As our vehicles become more connected and require more security and safety than ever before, it becomes extremely important to have a fleet management solution that provides seamless software updates, data analysis and other …

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LinuxCon: Let’s Get Together: Coordinated Software Releases, The Linux Ecosystem and the Impact on the Global Marketplace (liveblog)

Keynote – Mark Shuttleworth * Open Source has the power to “end up defining the experience that the average person has when they turn on their computer” * For every 1 Ubuntu alpha user there are about 10 beta users and then about 100 final release users. * There’s a disdain about marketing for some …

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Panel: Measuring Community Contributions (Liveblog)

Panelists: Joe Brockmeier – OpenSUSE Jono Bacon – Ubuntu James Bottomley – Novell Dan Frye – IBM Karsten Wade – Fedora * Don’t always associated “contribution” with “code”. * People tend to contribute things that are of value to them – they are scratching their own itch. * Measuring community is very new and is …

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