Posts from March 2013

  • Blog: Canonical and Dell expand joint PowerEdge Server engineering and support

    Today we announced a collaborative support and engineering agreement with Dell.  As part of this agreement Canonical will add Dell 11G & 12G PowerEdge models to the Ubuntu Server 12.04 LTS Certification List and Dell will add Ubuntu Server to its Linux OS Support Matrix. In May 2012, Dell launched the OpenStack Cloud Reference Architecture […]

  • Blog: Now you can have your OpenStack cake and eat it*

    Have you ever wanted to experiment with the latest cutting-edge cloud software, but run it on the same long-term support release of Ubuntu that you have all your other apps and services working on? Well, now you can. Today, Canonical has released the Cloud Archive for Ubuntu 12.04 LTS Server, an online software repository from […]

  • Blog: A Précis for Precise

    Ubuntu 12.04 LTS will be released to the world this Thursday and it’s going to be fantastic. We’ve known for quite a while that Ubuntu is not only beautiful, but also usable and robust for individuals and a great platform for app developers. Those traditions continue in 12.04, with the added bonus of long term […]

  • Blog: Dell announces support for Ubuntu Enterprise Cloud

    On Wednesday Dell announced a comprehensive overview of its enterprise strategy. Significant in its announcement, was the addition of Ubuntu Enterprise Cloud (UEC) as an infrastructure solution, joining the proprietary offerings from VMWare and Microsoft. This is the first major offering of a true open source Cloud solution backed by a major corporate vendor. Dell […]

  • Blog: Upcoming 10.04 LTS webinars for ISVs

    The April release of the next LTS version of Ubuntu on server and desktop is certainly generating a lot of excitement internally, in our customer base and amongst our existing partners as the VAR Guy reflects. Long-term support (LTS) releases, particularly on server have become the deployment platform for our users. Take a look at […]

  • Blog: Ubuntu 8.04.1 LTS released

    Today we announced the release of Ubuntu 8.04.1 LTS for both server and desktop. This is the first of a series of maintenance releases on the 8.04 LTS roadmap that we have drawn below, and includes hundreds of important updates which are detailed in the release announcement. Mark has spoken about the overall  strategy in […]