Get peace of mind with Ubuntu Advantage: Cost-effective systems management and professional support from Canonical, the Ubuntu experts.
Choose the right level of cover to meet your needs
Ideal for common workloads such as file and print, email, network, web and application serving.
Suitable for server virtualisation and integration into existing infrastructures such as Windows networks.
Tailored for more advanced configurations such as high-availability failover and clustering.
|Price per server||Total per year||USD 320||USD 700||USD 1,200|
|Landscape systems management||Landscape Hosted|
|Landscape Dedicated Server||Optional||Optional||Optional|
|Legal assurance||Ubuntu Assurance programme|
|Knowledge and support||Knowledge Base|
|Basic installation and applications|
|Clustering and high availability failover|
|Custom package repository|
|Optional extras||Cloud support||Optional||Optional|
|Premium Service Engineer||Optional||Optional||Optional|
Ubuntu Advantage: what’s included?
Systems management: Landscape
With the Landscape systems management tool, you can automate updates and manage physical, virtual and cloud-based systems from a single interface. It's easy to set up, easy to use and it requires no special hardware. It features:
- Remote access
- Task management tools
- Professional support
- Real-time alerts
- Informative graphs
Canonical's Global Support & Services team provides around-the-clock coverage for Ubuntu deployments all over the world. Telephone support gives you access to engineers with first-hand experience of your issues, while the online portal lets you track the progress of cases in real time.
Exclusive to Ubuntu Advantage subscribers, the Canonical Knowledge Base is an online library of articles on technical issues including security, migration and networking.
The Canonical Assurance programme covers your business for any claims of IP infringements arising from your use of Ubuntu. Should an IP claim be made against you, Canonical will assume the legal defence and cover any costs you incur.