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Ubuntu takes another step forward as a cloud operating system by incorporating Chef support into its enterprise Linux distributions.
Can a Linux company and a networking power join forces to make an open-source cloud and software defined network that's good enough for telecommunications data-centers? Canonical and Juniper think so.
With the use of Docker containers, Canonical wants Ubuntu Linux to become the operating system for smart devices.
Samsung's fourth quarter preliminary sales show the mobile unit may be improving, but the company will need to provide applications with real Internet of things intelligence if it wants to smooth out the feast or famine hardware business.
Today, you know Canonical best for its Ubuntu Linux distribution. Tomorrow you may know it best for its OpenStack cloud distribution.
Collaboration between Canonical and Microsoft has certified plugins that let Windows Server run as a guest operating system on Ubuntu and OpenStack.
Compuware becomes the second mainframe and applications management company to go private in recent months as it sells to Thoma Bravo.
Want applications to run on the newly released Docker 1.0? The company has you covered.
Are 64-bit ARM processors ready for the datacenter? Applied Micro and Canonical claim they are with an upcoming demo of the OpenStack cloud using Ubuntu Linux on an X-Gene server.
Canonical had an unexpected hit at OpenStack Summit: It's an Intel-powered, cloud-in-a-box.
HP is the first manufacturer to agree to ship PCs running the Chinese-language Ubuntu Kylin OS.
Canonical's Juju had been a great high-end cloud DevOps tool for Ubuntu on OpenStack. Now, Canonical is porting it to CentOS and Windows. And with IBM's help, that's only the start.
The Orange Box cluster is designed to encourage companies to experiment with Canonical's Ubuntu OS and orchestration tools when building cloud and distributed compute clusters.
Canonical, best known as the company behind Ubuntu Linux, is entering the private cloud hosting business with an OpenStack-based option for your data center or hosting provider.
The company is offering access to its cloud-based Office 365 Personal for applications such as Word, Excel and Powerpoint, for 330 rupees (US$5.50) per month.
Microsoft has purchased GreenButton, a company that 'cloud enables' existing software applications without recoding, for an undisclosed amount.
Microsoft has taken steps to ease onerous restrictions that have curtailed development of business applications for Windows 8. But some say the company still hasn't gone far enough.
Recognizing that it can't keep up with the Dropboxes of the cloud storage world, Canonical elects to shut down its Ubuntu One file service.
The company created four applications in six months through Appirio's crowdsourced development community, including a Google Glass solution for access control.
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