Cloud deployment is different. It involves tighter devops handovers, the ability to scale services both up and down, and hybrid cloud computing: moving services between your private cloud and multiple public cloud providers.
Accelerated provisioning through IAAS has put the spotlight on friction in the deployment, configuration and management of services. This friction can only be overcome via a change in emphasis, from configuring machines to connecting services that can then be scaled independently. In other words, service orchestration.
With Juju, services can be deployed, connected, upgraded and re-used by defining them as Juju charms. Encapsulating service intelligence in charms enables you to separate deep service-specific skills from broad operations management skills.
This webinar, jointly presented by Ubuntu founder Mark Shuttleworth and devops expert Clint Byrum, will cover cloud deployment and devops with Juju.
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Carmine Rimi - Ubuntu Product Manager & Al Kari - Manceps
Whether you’re exploring what AI can do for your business and how to get started; have developed machine learning models you’re looking to deploy in production at scale; want to optimise your models for performance, audit your neural network for adversarial attacks or orchestrate your data pipelines, this webinar will provide an overview of what you need to achieve your goals.
With data often described as the new electricity powering the 4th industrial revolution, and many leading companies falling behind innovative newcomers, we will discuss how you can maximise the value of your data, and where to use transfer learning or find more data when needed to train models for accurate predictions.
In this webinar you will also learn:
1. Which AI solutions are ready for production and for which applications.
2. About open-source state-of-the-art frameworks and pre-trained models ready to be fine-tuned and deployed with minimal effort to realise your intelligent automation objectives.
3. About current advancements and limitations in a technology moving at an unprecedented pace, powered by big data, advanced algorithms and infinite cloud resources.
4. How you can manage change and prepare for the impact to your people.
Loic Minier - Director of IoT Field Engineering, Canonical and Christian Renaud - Research Vice President, IoT, 451 Research
The automotive industry is expanding its frontiers with the outbreak of connected cars and autonomous driving. This revolution opens new ecosystems, technologies and services but these bring new challenges, significant complexity and call for fresh thinking. Join Christian Renaud, Research Vice President, IoT at 451 Research and Loic Minier, Director of IoT Field Engineering at Canonical to discuss the complexity of managing software for the ultimate edge device including development, extensibility, risk mitigation and security factors.
Join this webinar to find out about the latest security features of
Ubuntu Core, the tiny, transactional version of Ubuntu designed
specifically for IoT. Learn about how Ubuntu Core leverages the latest
security enhancements from Ubuntu 18.04 LTS and combines this with the
secure, always-up-to-date and transactional nature of snaps to provide
the best platform on which to build IoT devices. Alex Murray, Technical
Lead of the Ubuntu Security Team, also details upcoming security
enhancements on the future roadmap for Ubuntu Core.
Traditional development methods do not scale into the IoT sphere. Strong inter-dependencies and blurred boundaries among components in the edge device stack result in fragmentation, slow updates, security issues, increased cost, and reduced reliability of platforms. This webinar showcases the use of Ubuntu Core and snaps as an alternative to the existing model, with a strong focus on isolation, reliability and an accelerated development cycle.
Join Canonical Product Director Stephan Fabel and Ubuntu Product Managers to discuss everything new in Ubuntu 19.04 ‘Disco Dingo'.
The latest Ubuntu update was developed with a focus on security and makes the latest open source software accessible to developers and innovators so they can accelerate time to value. 19.04 offers the first chance to experience the Linux 5.0 kernel, OpenStack Stein and the latest Kubernetes version 1.14.
Alongside these updates Ubuntu 19.04 contains productivity improvements focussed on eliminating friction on existing features and enabling enterprises to operate at speed and scale.
Stephan Fabel, Ubuntu Product Director & James Page, Ubuntu Technical Architect
This webinar presents an introduction to Charmed Openstack whilst discussing the common security issues and scenarios faced with O7k in production, the impact it has on LCM and the importance of full automation.
Learn how Canonical's approach to O7k allows implementation of advanced security features while not impacting the ability to upgrade and LCM the underlying codebase.
AI and ML adoption in the enterprise is exploding from Silicon Valley to Wall Street. Ubuntu is becoming the premier platform for these ambitions — from developer workstations, to racks, to clouds and to the edge with smart connected IoT. But with new developer trends comes a plethora of new technologies and terminologies to understand.
In this webinar, join Canonical’s Kubernetes Product Manager Carmine Rimi for:
∙ A decoding of key concepts in AI/ML
∙ A look into why AI applications and their development are reshaping company’s IT
∙ A deep dive into how enterprises are applying devops practices to their ML infrastructure and workflows
∙ An introduction to Canonical AI / ML portfolio from Ubuntu to the Canonical Distribution of Kubernetes and and how to get started quickly with your project
And in addition, we’ll be answering some of these questions:
∙ What do Kubeflow, Tensorflow, Jupyter, Edge AI, and GPGPUs do?
∙ What’s the difference between AI and ML?
∙ What is an AI model? How do you train it? How do you develop / improve it? How do you execute it?
And finally, we’ll be taking the time to answer your questions in a Q&A session
Need to get up to speed with Kubernetes? This webinar will give you the primer to the Kubernetes platform that you need. You’ve probably heard that Kubernetes is great technology, but have you considered how you can use it in the enterprise? We’ll give a comprehensive overview, demos, and even ideas into how it can be used in your business!
Join this webinar for an opportunity to...
>See how companies can save money and go faster with Kubernetes
>Learn how you can get started with Kubernetes from deployment to your first workloads
>Get an opportunity for Q&A with Canonical’s Container experts
Srini Bala, Max Chung, Supermicro & Carmine Rimi, Canonical
Kubernetes has become a core component in delivering cloud-native applications quickly and efficiently. In this webinar, learn about:
• How to optimize design considerations and performance
• Integrations for compute, GPUs, storage and networking
• How to deploy a kubernetes cluster in days rather than months
• Moving teams that are running containers over the hump into production grade, and available support
• Managing production grade container deployment
• Support for AI/ML workloads - build, train, evaluate and deploy machine learning models
Security remains the number one concern when designing and deploying IoT devices. High profile breaches continue to occur and concerns cease to subside. For any organisation, security needs to be front of mind and considered from the start - not as an afterthought. Having no mechanism in which to address security concerns can be as significant as threatening the survival of a business.
Many organisations have adopted Ubuntu Core to help manage the security and integrity of their IoT devices. Ubuntu Core features leading security credentials and protects against online threats. However, with many IoT devices deployed remotely, how can organisations ensure protection against physical access and the data on those devices?
This webinar gives a technical overview of how Ubuntu Core with full disk encryption and secure boot can be implemented to provide protection in such scenarios including a case study of this in practice.
Many enterprises still run Ubuntu 14.04 LTS, but this release will be moving from Basic Security Maintenance to Extended Security Maintenance in April as the release transitions from the five-year LTS maintenance window.
While updating to the latest version of Ubuntu LTS release is recommended, updating can be an operational concern for some, particularly those with larger deployments.
By joining this webinar you will learn:
- What the transition to Extended Security Maintenance for Ubuntu 14.04 LTS means
- Guidance on updating 14.04 LTS systems to 16.04 LTS or 18.04 LTS
- Security and compliance Q&A with Ubuntu Security Manager, Joe McManus
The traditional approach to monolithic software flashing of devices at the manufacturing stage is not sustainable in the IoT era. Organisations need to take a more long term and future proofed view. In this webinar, learn how the use of an IoT app store can create a customised software portfolio for devices to address security concerns, whilst also supporting the addition of new features and the reduction of support times. The webinar will also cover the different types of stores available, how software updates can be managed in a scheduled manner and permissions set for different users.
The growth path for operators lies beyond legacy VNF models into cloud-native, container-based microservices architectures to meet requirements for 5G and beyond. In this webinar, we will walk you through:
• Infrastructure implications: Understanding VNF, virtual machines, Openstack and containers
• Redevelopment path of VNF for containers
• Laying the groundwork for container technology: proactive planning and prep
• The impact of containers on strategy for 5G, edge computing, AI, and blockchain
• Components for core certifications, portability and kubernetes distributions
• Use cases and deployments
Ubuntu Core is a tiny, transactional version of Ubuntu for IoT devices and large container deployments. It runs a new breed of super-secure, remotely upgradeable Linux app packages known as snaps ‐ and it’s trusted by leading IoT players, from chipset vendors to device makers and system integrators. In this introductory webinar you will learn about the latest version of Ubuntu Core, snaps, and how they all fit into the IoT.
Tom Barber, Founder & CEO, Spicule and Carmine Rimi, Ubuntu Product Manager, Canonical
Modern software is becoming increasingly complex as data streams from a variety of sources, creating an opportunity for organisations to automate and gather this information into valuable insights. Spicule and Canonical have come together to power these real-time analytics, bringing you the easy to use, customisable, flexible data platforms developed by Juju experts, that can be modelled and deployed on any cloud based application through open source technologies.
In this webinar we will cover:
Actionable steps to providing interactive real-time analytics over huge datasets with Druid
How other organisations are improving their businesses with Spicule & Ubuntu
Running analytics through Apache Superset user interface or embedding into your own application
Michael Iatrou - Canonical & Shin Horiuchi - Trilio
Companies across many industries have adopted the cloud computing paradigm, leveraging OpenStack to manage private clouds. But what happens when first generation environments become obsolete, non-upgradeable and exposed to security vulnerabilities? Trilio and Foundation Cloud Build from Canonical help define the migration path connecting the old with the new.
In this webinar find out how organizations can transition to new, maintainable cloud architecture in just weeks with Foundation Cloud Build, so you can continue running operations with minimal downtime and full support.
Attend this webinar to learn:
- What critical checkpoints you should move to OpenStack from other clouds or systems
- How to determine which components are critical for your environment
- How to use workload capture and migration to work across tenants, availability zones, distributions and versions
- About real-world OpenStack migration stories
- Tactics to cut down overall deployment time for your project using Canonical
Apellix creates aerial robotic systems to eliminate the need to place human workers in potentially dangerous scenarios such as oil refineries. Apellix's aerial drones are designed for a range of applications including safely applying chemicals, painting buildings, and more. In this webinar, find out how Apellix - using Ubuntu - has designed aerial drones with custom software to enable precision flights at the edge of innovation. Using Apellix as an example, discover how the right software stack can be used to solve everyday challenges in an IoT era.
Whether it is HIPAA, MiFID II, PCI or the GDPR, compliance and security regulations are a top of mind priority for businesses of any size across any geography.
Businesses expect their technology to meet certain regulatory standards, such as FIPS 140-2, DISA/STIG, Common Criteria, or to have achieved minimum requirements such as CIS Benchmarks or MSPCV.
Knowing that the technology your business has put in place can help it to be compliant is an important factor that decision makers must consider.
For Ubuntu, compliance means being able to best serve our customers. Technologies such as Landscape can ensure that there is no case for gross negligence under GDPR if you are hacked, because it will have ensured the latest patches are in place.
Ubuntu’s trusted security and compliance solutions are at the forefront of solving these issues across a wide range of industries.
Join this webinar for information on…
>Compliance and security issues heading into 2019
>How Ubuntu is securing the most heavily regulated industries, such as: government, financial services & healthcare
>A guide to security & compliance on Ubuntu, including dealing with GDPR, why FIPS matters and why compliance doesn’t have to come at a high price