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Ubuntu Server and Ubuntu 18.04 (LTS)

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  • Centralize Ubuntu server management on Landscape

    The Canonical Landscape tool brings together multiple servers under a centralized management system. It provides Ubuntu server, package and update management and control at scale. With options such as tags, Ubuntu administrators can group servers for updates and other changes.

    The Landscape system seems fit for Ubuntu administrators who need a simple way to manage infrastructure updates. While some more advanced features are not available, it has a smaller learning curve than other products that provide centralized server management, such as Red Hat Satellite. The price is also a low barrier to entry.

  • Ubuntu 18.04 – New Features, Release Date & More

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