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Marco Ceppi
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Only two days to go until we answer this question and more at our LIVE #Kubernetes webinar http://bit.ly/2r6JP5z
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If you're struggling with Kubernetes upgrades, check out this webinar!
Upgrades have historically been one of the most challenging aspects of #Kubernetes. Watch our on-demand webinar to discover how to make it a smooth and easy experience.
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We are proud to release the latest Canonical Distribution of Kubernetes (CDK) supporting Kubernetes version 1.6.1!
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At tomorrow's live webinar, we will discuss how AI commoditization can be achieved using Kubernetes, nVidia GPUs, and the operation toolbox provided by Canonical. We hope to see you there!
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This week, we announced the availability of release 1.5.2 of The Canonical Distribution of #Kubernetes. We're excited to show you how to get started!
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Running Kubernetes on LXD inside of LXD, great write up!
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Ubuntu is the clear leader for cloud and containers, it's something engrained in our DNA as a company and open source project.

Our years of experience and customers spanning startups, fortune 500s, financial, and telcos, give us unparalleled insights into operation and scale.

I'm so very proud to be working with the team that not only operates Kubernetes on Ubuntu, but has distilled all of our operational lessons. From cuts, scapes, bruises, and knowledge gained - all distilled as reusable, consumable, repeatable code.
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Dirty COW was Livepatched in Ubuntu within Hours of Publication
If you haven't heard about last week's Dirty COW vulnerability, I hope all of your Linux systems are automatically patching themselves... Why?   Because every single Linux-based phone, router, modem, tablet, desktop, PC, server, virtual machine, and absolut...
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