Upgrades, Updates and Enhancements to Ubuntu
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We will soon begin running a blog series intended as updates and upgrades to Ubuntu Linux!
sudo apt-get update Ubuntu
Catering to the end users (robots?!) and IT administrators (freakazoids?!) of Canonical Ubuntu Operating Systems for Desktop, Server and Cloud, our newest blog series sudo apt-get update attempts to openly inform and engage the linux open source community: Enhance and Advance!
Linux is at the foundation of modern computing, currently powering 94% of the world’s supercomputers, the majority of servers powering the Internet, most of the global financial transactions and a billion Android devices. Linux, literally, is everywhere. It is implemented in many different architectures, from mainframes to server to desktop to mobile and on a staggeringly wide variety of hardware.
Ubuntu is a multi-platform comprehensive suite of enterprise-grade tools for development, configuration, management and service orchestration: from the PC to the smartphone to the server to the cloud. The Ubuntu platform is a fundamental component of our organization; we'd like to share with others our use and experiences with it: ideas, thoughts and opinion to extend our own notions here are welcome and appreciated!
Canonical Ubuntu serves as significant provider to current cloud computing. A large percentage of global Cloud development and deployment is built upon Ubuntu; Canonical Ubuntu is also a major contributer to the at-large OpenStack Foundation & Community. As for desktop operating systems, Ubuntu is commonly acknowledged as the most user-friendly of the linux offerings and predominates this market sector as well.
All things considered, Ubuntu remains both a stable and increasingly innovative operating system for designing modern technology architectures, particularly for both Cloud and Desktop. Ubuntu is at the forefront of large cloud infrastructure deployments, and is optimized and certified for the most popular public clouds. That is undeniably exciting, and we'd like to share our excitement with you in this series: sudo apt-get update
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It shouldn't be necessary, but just a reminder to fully embrace the information and each other in discussion within the full spirit of "open" and "community". sudo apt-get update Ubuntu will make every attempt to address an open range of topics, from the novice to intermediate to mastery level. Systems differentiate options and results: what we provide here as working knowledge should be taken and understood as working in our own environment, on our systems and hardware. Results may vary (depending), as that saying goes. Please use for your own purposes at your own risk if and only if after having performed your own due diligence for your own needs and requirements. That's a lot of forewarning for an intended help and how-to information series, but we want both our information and any application of it to be meaningful with purely positive results. Our hope and purpose in this execution is only to extend useful, applicable and extensible technology solutions for Ubuntu - enjoy!!!