What&#039;s new with OpenStack cloud in Ubuntu 12.04?
Introduction to OpenStack cloud in Ubuntu 12.04 LTS Ubuntu 12.04 LTS Server provides access to Ubuntu Cloud, an Infrastructure as a Service (IAAS) platform based on OpenStack. As a cloud technology for public or private deployments, OpenStack has become immensely popular due to its speed, its flexibility and the fact that it is entirely open source.
What&#039;s new in Ubuntu 12.04 LTS Desktop?
With a unique, user friendly user interface and hundreds of productivity-enhancing features, Ubuntu 12.04 LTS provides a much more cost-effective alternative to proprietary desktop software. Whether you need to provide native desktop apps, remote applications or virtualised desktops to thin clients, Ubuntu 12.04 LTS represents the perfect desktop platform for many businesses.
What&#039;s new in Ubuntu 12.04 LTS Server?
Introduction to Ubuntu 12.04 Server, new features and capabilities Ubuntu 12.04 LTS is a hugely significant release of Ubuntu Server, the most current platform for your compute needs. Not only is it a long-term support (LTS) release, meaning it is supported for five years, but it also includes all the new features we’ve spent the last two years developing and testing.
Creating the open cloud
Introduction Amid all the hype surrounding the cloud, there has been a growing need for open and proven components that enable any business to benefit from elastic computing. With public cloud services now widely available and OpenStack established as the de facto infrastructure platform, these components are now ready to deploy. This white paper explains how OpenStack and other open cloud tools can be accessed via Ubuntu Server 12.04 LTS – and the technical reasons why we think this represents the best route to the cloud. Why open cloud?
Millitary OpenSource Event (MIL-OSS LANT)
Canonical is a sponsor of Mil-OSS LANT, hosted in Charleston SC. The event will focus on Open Source initiatives championed and support by SPAWAR Atlantic, industry partners and other government agencies. Topics of discussion include Cloud computing, Mobile development, Crowd Sourcing, and other initiatives benefiting from and contributing to the open source community. Hear from industry and government speakers, including Martin Stadler, Director of Global Support & Services at Canonical.
Ubuntu Cloud Summit
The Ubuntu Cloud Summit is a new, one day event for both technologists and business people interested in what open-source cloud computing can do for their organisations. Hosted by Canonical and Redmonk, it will look at how open source is playing a critical role in the move to cloud computing. Delegates will also hear how enterprises have made the most of the move to the cloud using open source.
Configuring Keystone in OpenStack (Essex)
Ubuntu and Hadoop: the perfect match
In many fields of IT, there are always stand-out technologies. This is definitely the case in the Big Data space, where Hadoop is leading the way. However, without the right technology to underpin it, distributed Hadoop storage and processing environments can become complex to deploy and manage, and expensive to license. Ubuntu is the ideal foundation for Hadoop clusters because it is based on open industry standards, optimised for the cloud, and able to scale with no increments in licensing costs.
Ubuntu Server: the best choice for business
Leading Linux-based operating system Ubuntu Server is engineered to support the needs of business in 21st century. In this why paper we look at 11 top reasons why we think Ubuntu is the ideal choice of operating system to support today's infrastructures and applications. We also showcase the experiences of some real Ubuntu users and show how they're using our technology to their advantage.
Ubuntu: helping drive business insight from Big Data
Today, Big Data isn't just for big companies, and it isn't just happening on the web. In fact more and more organisations in multiple sectors are recognising its enormous value in terms of gaining new competitive insight. In this white paper, we take a brief look at how organisations in a range of sectors are building Big Data into their planning and customer fulfilment strategies. We'll also explore few reasons why Ubuntu has become a dominant operating system in the Big Data space.