Canonical is the leading provider of managed OpenStack. We also provide enterprise support, training, consulting, and will help you design and deliver your new private cloud.
Canonical supports Kubeadm, MicroK8s and Charmed Kubernetes on VMware, OpenStack, bare metal, AWS, Azure, Google, Oracle Cloud, IBM Cloud and Rackspace.
Embedded Ubuntu on your device gives you the best developer experience, security and long-term support. Choose between Classic Ubuntu Server or the new Ubuntu Core for appliances.
Canonical provides 24/7 enterprise support, security, and break-fix engineering for Ubuntu, OpenStack, Docker and Kubernetes. Enterprise Linux done right.
The best Linux platform for modern cloud and IoT development.
Develop with Ubuntu
Deliver your app to millions of Ubuntu users, servers and devices.
Publish with Snapcraft
Automate everything from development to production.
Use headless Ubuntu Server, or Ubuntu Core for embedded appliance security.
Accelerate to market
Ubuntu delivers hardware acceleration on Nvidia for all clouds and bare metal.
Develop for AI/ML
A standard way to deploy and operate cloud software like Hadoop, Spark, OpenStack and Kubernetes.
Discover Charm Packages
Fun guides and HOWTOs covering Ubuntu cloud, desktop, server, community, IoT, packaging and more.
Tutorials cover a wide range of topics. Learn or teach something new to Ubuntu users.
Discourse is a meeting point for people who shape the direction of Ubuntu. We recommend you start there.
The mission of Ubuntu is to bring the benefits of free software to the widest possible audience.
Download Ubuntu desktop and replace your current operating system whether it’s Windows or Mac OS, or, run Ubuntu alongside it.
The most popular server Linux in the cloud and data centre, you can rely on Ubuntu Server and its five years of guaranteed free upgrades.
Are you a developer who wants to try snappy Ubuntu Core or classic Ubuntu on an IoT board?
Use Ubuntu optimised and certified server images on most major clouds.
If you are already running Ubuntu - you can upgrade with the Software Updater
Burn a DVD on Ubuntu, mac os, or Windows. Create a bootable USB stick on Ubuntu, mac os, or Windows
Installation guides for Ubuntu Desktop and Ubuntu Server
You can learn how to try Ubuntu before you install
Read the official docs for Ubuntu Desktop, Ubuntu Server, and Ubuntu Core
Ubuntu is available via BitTorrents and via a minimal network installer that allows you to customise what is installed, such as additional languages. You can also find older releases.
Find new ways to experience Ubuntu, each with their own choice of default applications and settings.