Canonical Puts Its Faith Into Open Source Materials

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Canonical, the company behind Ubuntu, recently announced that its managed services have achieved the MSP Cloud Verify Certification.

According to the technology company, “The certification further strengthens Canonical’s market-leading open source offering, reassuring customers in all industries that they can securely consume open source in a regulated way that complies with all the industry standards and best practices.”

Canonical also stated in its PR material that 85% of companies have an open source mandate to improve their agility and reduce costs.

Canonical launched the Ubuntu Livepatch on-prem, which is an improvement of the Ubuntu Livepatch service and provides the basis for a fine-tuned continuous vulnerability management on private, hybrid or public clouds.

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