Ubuntu 20.04 LTS introduces the latest OpenStack cloud release, Ussuri, as a preview. It will be fully supported in the future 20.04.1 LTS release.
On the cloud, Ubuntu via Canonical’s Ubuntu Pro program expands Ubuntu security support to cover each package in Ubuntu for a full 10 years. Ubuntu Pro also incorporates FIPS and Common Criteria EAL to meet FedRAMP, PCI, HIPAA, and ISO compliance demands.
Microsoft positively loves Ubuntu on the cloud. “We’re eager to cooperate with Canonical to bring the Ubuntu 20.04 LTS advancements over our toolchain – from designers on WSL to scaling endeavor creation organizations in Azure,” said John Gossman, a Microsoft recognized architect. “In this discharge, we’ve made it simpler than at any other time to oversee workstation conditions and to appreciate the drawn-out dependability and security of Ubuntu Pro for Azure over a wide scope of figure choices.”
And keep in mind that Red Hat is currently an imperative piece of IBM, Michael Desens, IBM VP of offering the board on IBM centralized computers, stated: “Sanctioned and IBM keep on working intently together to offer cloud arrangements with Ubuntu on IBM LinuxONE and IBM Z. The present declaration of Ubuntu 20.04 LTS running on IBM LinuxONE and IBM Z keeps on conveying on our help for compartments and Kubernetes, which is powering our customer’s excursion to a half and half cloud to help their strategic remaining tasks at hand.”
Accepted additionally bolsters IBM Secure Execution for Linux, a confided in execution condition for IBM Z and LinuxONE. IBM Secure Execution for Linux gives both venture grade privacy and assurance support for delicate information and is intended to run huge quantities of outstanding tasks at hand in full segregation at scale, with insurance for both insider and outside dangers over the half and half cloud condition.
Ubuntu 20.04 LTS is accessible for download and on larger public clouds now. Similarly, you can read this article on Live Linux kernel patching.
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