April 2023

Upgrade your existing Ubuntu LTS instances to Ubuntu Pro in AWS

In April 2023, Amazon Web Services (AWS) released a new functionality that allows users running Ubuntu LTS to upgrade their instances to Ubuntu Pro with just a few clicks. This upgrade provides additional security features, including patching for universe packages, extended security management for an additional five years, live kernel patching, and access to FedRamp […]

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How to Convert Python Dictionary into Dataframe

Python features dictionary data structure that allows you to easily store data as key-value pairs in a compact manner. It also offers pandas library that allows you to analyze data in tabular manner. Often we need to convert Python dictionary into dataframe, especially if we use python for server programming and receive JSON data from

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ChatGPT uncertain about the future of cloud computing

ChatGPT has been the talk of the town for more than four months now. As the first ever artificial intelligence (AI) -powered chatbot, it has quickly gained immense popularity, helping students, engineers and even executives generate content, write and debug code and run market analyses. But could ChatGPT be used for anything other than natural

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Ubuntu Pro is now part of the AWS EC2 console

We are happy to announce that Ubuntu Pro is now available as a native product on AWS. You can now enjoy premium enhanced security coverage for your Ubuntu machines by launching Ubuntu Pro instances from the EC2 console with no additional requirements, subscriptions or long term commitments. Why is this good? Ubuntu Pro features now

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Try Ubuntu confidential VMs with Intel TDX today: limited preview now available on Azure

On behalf of the Canonical confidential computing team, I am happy to announce the limited preview of Ubuntu Confidential VMs with Intel TDX on Microsoft Azure. As part of the DCev5-series and ECesv5-series VMs, they’re available for you to try today! This exciting development is an important milestone in Ubuntu’s journey to power the confidential

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