So day one of the Ubuntu Enterprise Summit appeared to be a huge success and seriously whetted my appetite for day two. The sessions that were scheduled that appealed to me were – Ubuntu: What’s the Security Story and Introduction to MAAS: Building The Agile Data center. Security in Ubuntu Firstly we had Ubuntu: The
Ubuntu is everywhere! So yesterday saw the start of the Ubuntu Enterprise Summit in a format that certainly felt like new and innovative. Mark Shuttleworth, CEO and founder of Canonical, opened up proceedings with a really slick, informative and well presented Keynote – Building 21st Century Infrastructure which certainly left me feeling like there is
We’re building Snaps, we think they’re a great package to work with, but we’re also tired of building these packages by hand and would like to get some CI goodness going. At Spicule we’re great fans of CircleCI and wanted to leverage some CircleCI build chain stuff without having to deploy a bit docker image
Welcome back to our weekly update on what we’ve been working on at Spicule. This week we have been looking to further develop some of the software being used with our data engine SDE and more specifically our OpenLDAP charm, to add central authentication to the Hadoop stack. We have looked at being able to
Welcome to our weekly-ish round up of stuff we’ve been working on at Spicule. This week we take a look at our Udoo X86 servers along with a sweet Arduino hack for Canonical’s MAAS and Juju. Check it out and let us know what you think!
During our work with Juju at Spicule we have on a number of occasions come into contact with the new Snap packaging format. For those of you who don’t know of it, think Debs or RPMs but crossplatform and with additional bells and whistles. Snaps we born from Canonicals need to deploy applications to phones