Posts from February 2009

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  • Blog: HP and Canonical work towards Ubuntu certification on servers

    Moving Ubuntu into the enterprise, especially on the server, has been a significant undertaking. While the Ubuntu Server Edition has been around since late 2005, it really came into its own in mid 2006 with Ubuntu 6.06LTS — the first Long Term Supported version. The LTS versions are released every two years and supported for […]

  • Blog: Ubuntu Training Strengthened in the USA

    Canonical has recently signed and trained up instructors from Fast Lane and Bridge Education, theĀ  latest two partners to join the Ubuntu Training Partner Programme. Ubuntu courses are now available in many locations across the USA. Two, 5 day courses which form part of the Ubuntu Certified Professional certification train System Administrators on how to […]

  • Blog: Redmonk and Ubuntu survey: results are in!

    Over the last two months Canonical and the Ubuntu server community ran a user survey to delve into the detail of Ubuntu server use. You can see the original launch plan here. The audience was self-selecting; we promoted it through the Ubuntu website and some other popular Linux server forums. Our friends at the analyst […]