May 2023

Time to prepare for Ubuntu 18.04 LTS end of standard support on 31 May 2023 – Options for Google Cloud users

In accordance with the information shared in our latest blog post, it is important to note that Ubuntu 18.04 LTS, codenamed ‘Bionic Beaver,’ is approaching the end of its standard five-year maintenance period on 31 May 2023. Consequently, unless you hold an Ubuntu Pro subscription, updates for Ubuntu 18.04 LTS servers will cease to be

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Secure containerised Ceph with Ubuntu container images

As we announced at Cephalocon 2023 in Amsterdam, Canonical has started to make container images for Ceph available.  We received lots of questions at the booth about what it means to the average Ceph user who has or wants to deploy Ceph on Ubuntu.   In this blog post, we will cover the benefits to users

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Ubuntu at OSCAfest 2023

The Open Source Community Africa Festival (OSCAFEST) is a prestigious yearly conference that garners a significant turnout of students, developers, designers, and corporate entities. It encompasses an array of talks, workshops, and initiatives aimed at promoting the growth of open source culture, contribution, development, community, etc., across the continent. This year’s event will take place

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Collaboration, openness and partnership: key themes from this year’s WomenTech Global Conference

From 9 to 12 May this year, people from 165 countries gathered virtually for the Women in Tech Global Conference. The conference is the flagship event of the WomenTech Network, a community for women in tech worldwide. Canonical was a gold event sponsor, and several team members participated as keynote speakers, networking hosts and attendees.

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