Day: November 15, 2022

Canonical announces new enterprise-grade Ubuntu images designed for Intel IoT platforms 1

Canonical announces new enterprise-grade Ubuntu images designed for Intel IoT platforms

The optimised Ubuntu images target industrial computing on next-gen Intel SoCs 15 November 2022: Canonical announced today the availability of new enterprise-grade Ubuntu images designed for next-gen Intel IoT platforms. Purpose-built for industrial environments and use cases, the latest Ubuntu images on Intel hardware deliver the performance, safety, and end-to-end security enterprises expect from the …

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Hold your horses, I mean snaps! New feature lets you stop snap updates, for as long as you need 2

Hold your horses, I mean snaps! New feature lets you stop snap updates, for as long as you need

One of the core aspects of the snap ecosystem is the built-in, robust auto-update mechanism. Whenever there is a snap update available in the Snap Store, the snapd service will apply it, keeping your software patched and up to date. Most of the time, this works great. In some scenarios, though, this may not be …

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Canonical at AWS re:Invent 2022 3

Canonical at AWS re:Invent 2022

AWS re:Invent is a learning conference hosted by Amazon Web Services for the global cloud computing community. The in-person event features keynote announcements, training and certification opportunities, access to technical sessions, and so much more. Canonical is proud to sponsor AWS re:Invent this year and have presence on the Expo. Join us in Las Vegas …

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