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To make more efficient use of datacenters and cloud hardware, Ubuntu is creating a new, ultra-lightweight Ubuntu server.
Canonical's Ubuntu Linux-powered Orange Box, with its 10 servers in a single container, is the perfect cloud sampler.
Canonical has enhanced the systems management tool for Ubuntu desktop, servers and cloud instances. Landscape is available as part of Ubuntu Advantage subscription and has been updated with roles-based access control, better compliance reporting, a robust API, bare metal provisioning and enhanced integration with Ubuntu 12.04, the company said.
By demonstrating Ubuntu 12.04 LTS Precise Pangolin running on an ARM-based server, Calxeda has taken an important step in bringing the low-power RISC-architecture chips to the server market
Canonical has brought techniques used to manage virtual instances to physical 'bare metal' servers in Ubuntu 12.04.
Ubuntu Server Edition (64-bit) includes a specially configured kernel to match the requirements of all common workloads typically found...
Mark Shuttleworth says yes, Ubuntu is now competitive with Red Hat Enterprise Linux in the enterprise space.
You can use Ubuntu in the cloud, on servers, on the desktop, on tablets and smartphones, but can the popular Linux distribution play in all these spaces?
Ubuntu Server AdministrationMichael JangMcGraw-Hill Osborne MediaNovember 17, 2008Administer Ubuntu Server in the Enterprise Realize...
Would you believe that ARM processors, those little chips that power so many smartphones and tablets, have a future on servers? Ubuntu does.
Dell has started offering servers with an integrated cloud-building package from Canonical.The Dell PowerEdge C2100 and C6100 servers will ship with integrated Canonical Ubuntu Enterprise Cloud (UEC), allowing customers to build private clouds based on Ubuntu Linux with the Eucalyptus cloud package, Canonical said on Wednesday.
Ubuntu keeps head for the business IT mainstream with a new partnership to bring its private cloud Linux to Dell servers.
I just finished reading Dana Blankenhorn's post, "Will Ubuntu remain a minor player" on a break between interviews and meetings. Interestingly, just before I read his post, I met with the President of Metasys, a Brazilian company that has Linux-based servers, desktops, and software in thousands of schools, businesses, and homes throughout Latin America, Africa, and Europe.
Bang on schedule, the next release of Ubuntu - 8.10, Intrepid Ibex - hits the download servers ... if you can get it!
Hardy Heron is an incremental set of advances on earlier versions, but all the advances are in the right direction. Unfortunately, a known and unfixed bug means we can't currently recommend it for enterprise use.
Canonical has unveiled its second enterprise-oriented server edition of Ubuntu, with performance, stability and security tweaks
Canonical has unveiled its second enterprise-oriented server edition of Ubuntu, with performance, stability and security tweaks.
According to a notice in the Ubuntu weekly newsletter, 5 of the 8 servers that are loco hosted had to be shut down after an investigation showed a variety of security problems.
Server maker and Canonical have nearly completed work to certify Linux version of Ubuntu runs smoothly on Sun's x86 servers.
Sun's Linux embrace gains key backer as Canonical announces its next Ubuntu release will support Sun's Niagara servers.
At JavaOne, suggestions fly that Sun Microsystems will ship servers with "Dapper Drake" version of Ubuntu Linux.
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