There are few Linux distributions that undergo the FIPS certification process, and even fewer with certified images available for production use in multi-cloud environments. Canonical has built integrated services to easily enable FIPS certified or compliant modules for Ubuntu 18.04 and 16.04 LTS releases, as well as tooling to assist in hardening and auditing Ubuntu instances to meet CIS compliance benchmarks. These certified components enable operating environments under compliance regimes like FedRAMP, HIPAA, PCI and ISO.
In this webinar you will learn:
> More on the Ubuntu FIPS certification for cryptographic modules in Ubuntu 18.04 LTS and 16.04 LTS and the Ubuntu FIPS public cloud images
> The difference between FIPS certified and FIPS compliant modules
> More on compliance benchmark documentation for Ubuntu CIS compliance
> How to quickly harden Ubuntu systems and easily view which rules your systems are not compliant with using the CIS automation tooling from Canonical [demo]
Register for this webinar to learn about Ubuntu CIS and FIPS certified components and get all of your compliance questions answered to ensure you and your team are, and remain, compliant.
RecordedSep 30 202039 mins
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As developers and businesses are shifting their attention to the edge, we see a growing interest for home-grown Kubernetes clusters that adopt mission-critical features, such as self-healing high-availability. Kubernetes simplifies container deployments by abstracting the resource management details from the users, allowing them to deploy using standard CLI or templates.
Edge adds the challenge of executing these deployments at scale and with no access for local troubleshooting. This is where MicroK8s and Portainer shine, bringing a strong combination of a streamlined Kubernetes experience for small devices, such as the Raspberry Pi, and an intuitive UI to manage Kubernetes and containers across geographies.
In this technical session, you’ll learn:
- How MicroK8s brings a full Kubernetes to edge deployments
- How to build your own highly-available edge cluster with Raspberry Pis
- How to use the Portainer dashboard to manage your Kubernetes
- How to use Kubernetes deployments to ensure zero-downtime
Billions of IoT and edge devices will be deployed on the market within the next decade. This presents new challenges for adopting the right frameworks for accelerating the development and deployment of edge applications running on Linux-based devices.
In this webinar, we will explore how Ubuntu Core and EdgeX, an enterprise-grade solution supported by Canonical, allows companies to focus on their business case and application development while also reducing time-to-market, saving time and money on operations tasks, and keeping the devices secured and updated.
Join this webinar to learn:
- the challenges facing the IoT & Edge market and how to overcome them
- how you can accelerate the development of your edge applications with EdgeX
- how Ubuntu Core can provide the best secure and reliable underlying OS for your IoT and edge devices
- how you can accelerate the time to market of your edge applications and get up to 10y of support with Canonical
In this talk, we'll examine how outsourcing the management of key application enablers can give businesses an advantage in a world of disruption and non-linear, accelerating change. We will examine three key aspects of the modern business landscape - cloud & SaaS, agile, and outsourcing - and propose a strategy to help navigate through the jungle.
As Kubernetes (K8s) footprint grows in the enterprise world, more and more business owners are reporting challenges in adopting K8s in production. Ubuntu is the operating system of choice for Kubernetes from public cloud to edge clusters. Canonical is helping customers overcome their Kubernetes-related challenges through a comprehensive product and services portfolio. Our recent partnership with Portainer, the container management platform, removes the friction of configuring, managing and securing Kubernetes clusters and containerised applications. Our combined offering brings a container-as-a-service experience to businesses anywhere they run K8s allowing them to deliver highly reliable and responsive cloud native applications.
In this technical session, you’ll learn about:
- The seamless, fast integration of Canonical Kubernetes distros and Portainer
- Boosting time-to-market with MicroK8s and LTS Docker images
- Migrating your workloads to K8s and protecting your infrastructure investment using Portainer GitOps features
- Enabling consistent and compliant governance and security, leveraging Ubuntu’s long lasting security track record and Portainer RBAC integration
Omar Amin Emam, Product Manager - Canonical, Mike Valen, Director of Support- Canonical, Charles Weaver, CEO of MSPAlliance
Private and hybrid clouds are an essential part of every organisation’s digital transformation strategy. Due to the nature of their businesses, they tend to be inclined towards focusing more on strategy and finding alternative approaches to operating their IT infrastructure solutions. Managed service providers have helped create this cost efficient operating model by allowing organisations to focus more on their core business and spend more effort, time and budget on strategy and transformation rather than keeping the lights on.
Maciej Mazur - Telco Product Lead; Arno Van Huyssteen - Field CTO, Global Service Providers
Scale and complexity brings similar challenges, big or small. Hybrid cloud, public cloud, on-prem only large datacenter or highly distributed infrastructure are all on the radar of telecom service providers. In order to meet any current or future use-cases, from OpenRAN, next generation Core (5G and beyond) or AI at the edge you need to stay up to date with the latest technology. Most of them are now coming from the open source world and as Canonical we want to make it consumable for enterprises. In this podcast/videocast you will learn the latest news from telecom space, with experts' commentary and explanation so that you can efficiently drive innovation in your company.
Covid-19 pandemic has presented unprecedented challenges and opportunities for financial institutions to embrace digital transformation initiatives at pace and scale. Finservs are enhancing their purview of digital transformation initiatives to stay relevant and create a technology foundation that enables them to quickly bounce back from future contingencies.
Financial institutions will need to leverage the right mix of cloud services – a hybrid cloud strategy with a cost effective open source private cloud infrastructure at the core to maximise application performance while on-boarding innovative new capabilities.
The webinar focuses on OpenStack, the de-facto standard for open source private cloud build and how OpenStack turns your data centre into a cloud and ensures multi-cloud cost optimisation.
In this webinar, Srikrishna ‘Kris’ Sharma, Financial Services Sector Lead at Canonical presents an overview of Charmed OpenStack - an enterprise grade OpenStack distribution from Canonical that leverages MAAS, Juju, and the OpenStack charmed operators to simplify the deployment and management of an OpenStack cloud.
Kris Sharma, Executive Product Management & FS Sector Lead, Canonical, shares crucial insights on how AI can assist banks in Oman to detect and prevent fraudulent transactions in a special webinar hosted by Oman Data Park. Learn more at https://ubuntu.com/financial-services
Taiten Peng(IoT Solution Architect at Canonical), David Chen(FAE Leader at DFI)
DFI is the world’s first industrial computer manufacturer to join the Ubuntu IoT Hardware Certification Partner Program. Now there are three products that have been certified, which means you will have an out-of-box experience, secure, faster TTM with DFI products and Ubuntu.
Ubuntu is preloaded on the certified devices, it provides 10 years of support backed by Canonical, high flexibility for most IoT scenarios. With the SMART START offering, enterprises can go to market faster and reduce costs.
1. Why you need to use certified hardware
2. DFI’s three products joined the Ubuntu certification family
3. How to leverage preloaded Ubuntu for IoT commercial project development
For more information, please visit: https://ubuntu.com/certified
Although the public cloud market is mostly dominated by the hyperscalers, using cloud services from AWS, Azure or Google in some parts of the world is challenging due to local regulations, digital sovereignty concerns and latency issues. As a result, many businesses have started implementing their own public cloud infrastructure to offer cloud services on local markets. Leveraging open source technologies enabled them to reduce the TCO of cloud infrastructure maintenance and offer their services to their customers at a better price than the hyperscalers.
Join Thierry Carrez, VP of Engineering at the Open Infrastructure Foundation, Nauman Vawda, CEO & Founder at iVolve Technologies and Tytus Kurek, Product Manager at Canonical to learn how OpenStack enables businesses to implement local public cloud infrastructure.
Holly Hall - Product Lead; Przemysław Suliga - Software Engineer, Snap Store
In the world of IoT, it is crucial to be fully in control of your devices. Over-the-air (OTA) updates are essential for a distributed set of devices but must be carefully managed to ensure that an update is not pushed at a time where the device is active and operation should not be interrupted. To enable this level of control, we have developed the Snap Store Proxy, an on-premise edge proxy to the general Snap Store that can do more than simply managing updates. Join Holly Hall, Product Lead at Canonical and Przemysław Suliga, Software Engineer at Canonical, to gain an understanding of the features and applications of the Snap Store Proxy, with a technical demonstration of how to set up, configure and use the proxy to control updates.
Charles Adetiloye - Co-founder & AI Consultant, Mavencode | Rui Vasconcelos - AI/ML Product Manager, Canonical
The need for efficient allocation of compute resources and planning of utilization capacity is fast becoming a necessity in many Enterprise Machine Learning Operation endeavors. Optimizing resource allocation, from both a cost and technical perspective, is driving many organizations to strongly consider a hybrid-cloud infrastructure setup.
Architectural best practices that have emerged in recent times around ML workflow pipelines, cloud-agnostic model deployment and serving, feature stores, data versioning and more, make it easy for companies looking in this direction to bootstrap and get up and running.
In this webinar, we will cover:
1. How to effectively bring your models to production across clouds
2. How to make the best use of feature stores
3. How to use Kubeflow Pipelines with a feature store
4. How to use Apache Hudi to unify historical and new data
5. How to use Kubeflow with Apache Spark operator
6. How to leverage model-driven operators to deploy and manage your MLOps stack
7. Storage agnostic best practices (s3, gs, az storage) in the public cloud and (ceph) on-prem
Have you dreamt of having your own home cloud but found it too complex? Micro-clouds enable everyone to build a cloud anywhere. In this video we cover how to combine LXD, MicroK8s, and Charmed Operators to BYOC (build your own cloud) - we're using Raspberry Pi's!
Mobile networks are not a complex and expensive black box. With the power of open source you can build your own 5G or LTE network. On this webinar we will explore most popular use-cases, go over software and hardware needed to run it efficiently and deep dive into 2 build examples - small network for hacking and experimentation on unlicensed spectrum and minimal cost and a 5G network running solar powered cameras for forests and agriculture monitoring with some image recognition at the edge capabilities.
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