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Ubuntu Server 13.04

Article from ADMIN 16/2013

Make the most of your infrastructure. With Ubuntu Server 13.04, you can deploy a cloud, a Hadoop cluster, or a web farm that scales out to meet your growing needs. Out of the box, Ubuntu Server has the tools you need to deploy a complex network of services, with the ability to build highly available, secure, and flexible OpenStack production clouds and to collaborate with VMware vSphere. Freely available Juju Charms for Node.js, Django, Ruby on Rails, and others deploy ready-made services quickly and easily, whereas MAAS provisioning lets you deliver virtual instances and storage on demand in minutes.

Included in Ubuntu Server 13.04:

  • OpenStack (Grizzly)
  • Python 3.3
  • MAAS 1.3
  • MongoDB 2.2.4
  • More!


Ubuntu Server: http://www.ubuntu.com/server

Release Notes: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/RaringRingtail/ReleaseNotes#Ubuntu_Server

Hyperscale: http://www.ubuntu.com/server/hyperscale

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