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.
Open Source Business Conference (OSBC)
OSBC offers the chance to connect with the developers, users and companies behind the most significant open-source, mobile and cloud technologies, and to learn key strategies to make your business more effectively data-driven. The conference program features content-rich sessions from visionary thought-leaders and industry executives on how open source technology is being used and what the implications are from a business perspective.Canonical is a Gold sponsor.Stay tuned for more details on the sessions we will be hosting/involved in.
MongoDB UK is an annual one day conference dedicated to the open source database MongoDB.Canonical proud to be a sponsor.
MongoSF is an annual one-day conference in San Francisco dedicated to the open source, non-relational database MongoDB.Canonical is proud to be a sponsor.
In its fifth year, Structure will bring together the leaders innovating, shaping and defining the ongoing evolution in the technology industry – cloud computing. The shift to the cloud isn’t just a change in the way IT is organized and delivered, but it will also become the impetus for a new way of building chips, servers, networking and the other building blocks of the computing industry.Canonical is proud to be a Primetime Sponsor of the event.
Ubuntu Developer Summit
Every six months, Canonical hosts an Ubuntu event where we define the plans for the upcoming version of Ubuntu.
Openstack Design Summit & Conference
The OpenStack Summit & Conference is a biannual event that charts the course for the OpenStack project and Canonical are not only proud to be headline sponsors but participants in the project too. During the event we will be showcasing juju, a service orchestration tool and Mark Shuttleworth will be on stage during the conference later in the week.Watch this space for further details.
Intel Developer Forum
IDF 2012 Beijing remains one of Intel’s flagship developer event; spanning the worlds of mobility, digital home, digital enterprise and technology and research. It is one of the premier events where technologists collaborate with the key players in the industry on innovations that change how consumers work, live, and play.Canonical will be an exhibitor at the show. If you are in the area, drop by and say hello.