Taking Ubuntu for a spin (literally)

Want to learn what we do for the automotive industry? Learn more about how Ubuntu is powering it. The designers of the Indianapolis Motor Speedway never could have predicted that unmanned autonomous vehicles would someday race on their track – much less robots that can see the checkered flag while their ‘drivers’ kiss the bricks. But after more than a century, what started as a gravel-and-tar track hosted the most advanced driving competition to this date. And in the process, …

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Kubernetes: How to install arkade

This guide will show you how to install arkade on Ubuntu. arkade was built initially by the OpenFaaS community to install OpenFaaS on Kubernetes. But, it now supports over 40 Helm Charts. Essentially, arkade makes it easy to install and manage Kubernetes apps. About arkade arkade (ark for short) is … The post Kubernetes: How to install arkade appeared first on Anto ./ Online.

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LMA 2: Reimaginging observability with MicroK8s and Grafana, Prometheus and Grafana Loki

Note: This post is co-authored by Jon Seager. Jon Seager is an engineering director at Canonical with responsibility for Juju, the Charmed Operator Framework, and a number of charmed operator development teams which operate across different software flavors including observability, data platform, MLOps, identity and more. Juju re-imagines the world of operating software securely, reliably, and at scale. Juju realizes the promise of model-driven operations. Excellent observability is undeniably a key ingredient for operating software well, which is why the …

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Enhance the security of your open-source applications and share feedback

Are you spending time on high-impact, high-value activities, or are you constantly derailed by maintenance, support, and deployment challenges? Does your organisation consume open-source software that needs security patching? Where do you get the security updates from, and how do you track what’s available? Are you responsible for vulnerability management, compliance, and long term maintenance of the software running on top of Ubuntu in your organisation? Do you have reliable processes, tools, and metrics to ensure that you have the …

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Design and Web team summary – 22 October 2021

The Web and design team at Canonical run two-week iterations building and maintaining all of the Canonical websites and product web interfaces. Here are some of the highlights of our completed work from this iteration. Meet the team My name is Albert, I’ve been working at Canonical for little longer than a year. As a developer I am very proud to be working here, because I’ve alway used a Linux based operating system while developing, and Ubuntu is my favourite …

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Raspberry Pi Zero 2 W with Ubuntu Server 21.10 support is here

Surprise! The Raspberry Pi Zero 2 W is here! The hits keep coming from Raspberry Pi this month. Last week we saw the release of the Raspberry Pi Build Hat, which combines the flexibility of LEGO with the power of the Pi to unlock a new learning experience for educators and makers.  This week it’s the Raspberry Pi Zero 2 W. We are stoked to confirm that both Ubuntu Server and Ubuntu Core will run on the Zero 2 W. …

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Jenkins: Freestyle vs pipeline jobs

Let’s look at some of the differences between Jenkins freestyle and pipeline jobs. Freestyle Jobs You configure a freestyle job in Jenkins using the GUI by adding steps to the build. Freestyle jobs give you a lot of flexibility. But, you will struggle to configure complex continuous delivery scenarios. Pipeline … The post Jenkins: Freestyle vs pipeline jobs appeared first on Anto ./ Online.

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Jenkins: Create a freestyle job

This guide will show you how to set up your first freestyle job in Jenkins. You will use Jenkins to download Java source code from GitHub, compile the code using Maven, and view the build output. What is a Jenkins freestyle job? A Jenkins freestyle job is the most flexible … The post Jenkins: Create a freestyle job appeared first on Anto ./ Online.

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Jenkins: How to create a node agent

A Jenkins node agent is essentially a worker node that performs operations requested by Jenkins. Jenkins will manage the node agent as well as the required tools. This guide will show you how to create an agent node in Jenkins. Important concepts Before we get started, let’s review some terminology … The post Jenkins: How to create a node agent appeared first on Anto ./ Online.

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How to Install Apache Maven on Ubuntu

This guide will show you how to install Apache Maven on Ubuntu. You will also see how to verify the install and set up a basic project for testing purposes. About Apache Maven Apache Maven (also known as MVN) is a build automation tool used by many Java projects. As … The post How to Install Apache Maven on Ubuntu appeared first on Anto ./ Online.

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