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IoT Project Lifecycle: Efficient prototyping with Snaps and Ubuntu Core [Part I]

There is nothing more exciting than creating something new. Whether developing a new idea, coding a new software feature or creating a new product altogether. After a lot of hard work, we can finally see users interacting with the system and sharing their feedback. The quickest way to reach that point in a project is …

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Public cloud for telco – Part 2: Google Cloud Platform

This is the second blog in a series focusing on how telecom operators can leverage public clouds to meet their business demands. In a previous blog, we talked about Amazon Web Services (AWS) and how its services made it possible for telcos to shift towards public clouds. In this blog, you’ll get to know about …

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ROS orchestration with snaps

Application orchestration is the process of integrating applications together to automate and synchronise processes. In robotics, this is essential, especially on complex systems that involve a lot of different processes working together. But, ROS applications are usually launched all at once from one top-level launch file. With orchestration, smaller launch files could be launched and …

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Systemd support lands in WSL – unleash the full power of Ubuntu today

Systemd support has arrived in WSL! This long-awaited upgrade to WSL unlocks a huge number of quality of life features for managing processes and services. This includes snapd support, which enables users to take advantage of all of the tools and apps available on snapcraft.io. Systemd support is particularly useful for web developers who want …

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Canonical joins the Connectivity Standards Alliance

Canonical will help set new security and reliability standards for IoT September 21st, 2022 – Canonical, the publisher of Ubuntu, announces today that it has joined the Connectivity Standards Alliance as a participant member. In this role, Canonical will help the alliance to develop open standards for the Internet of Things (IoT) and advocate for …

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Debuginfod is now available in Ubuntu

We are happy to announce that Ubuntu now has a debuginfod service available for its users! What is debuginfod? According to the project’s official page, debuginfod “… is a client/server software that automatically distributes ELF/DWARF/source-code from servers to clients such as debuggers across HTTP” You can think of debuginfod as a much better replacement for …

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Ubuntu Core set to redefine industrial computing with new edge AI platform NVIDIA IGX

Enterprises struggle to bring AI and automation to the edge due to strict requirements and regulations across verticals. Long-term support, zero-trust security, and built-in functional safety are only a few challenges faced by players who wish to accelerate their technology adoption.  At Canonical, we are excited by the promise of bringing secure AI and automation …

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Common use cases for digital twins in automotive

Digital twins have become somewhat of a buzzword in the past couple of years. But what exactly are they? A digital twin, as its name indicates, is a non-physical copy of a physical object. Just like a digital scan of a physical picture. This virtual element enables a real-time view of all relevant data coming …

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Join us at Operator Day, hosted by Canonical at Kubecon NA 2022

What is Operator Day? Software operators are crucial in the Kubernetes landscape. A software operator encapsulates the knowledge and expertise of a real-world operations team and codifies it into a dedicated piece of software. Software operators help human operators and administrators run their applications efficiently and effectively. Canonical provides an OSS-based platform and framework for …

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FAQ: MLOps with Charmed Kubeflow

Charmed Kubeflow is Canonical’s Kubeflow distribution and MLOps platform. The latest release shipped on 8 September. Our engineering team hosted a couple of livestreams to answer the questions from the community: a beta-release webcast and a technical deep-dive. In case you missed them, you can read the most frequently asked questions (FAQ) about MLOps and …

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