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Why is Ubuntu the #1 OS for Containers?

From Docker to Kubernetes, the experts choose Ubuntu for container operations. The single most important driver of quality, security and performance is the kernel version, and Canonical ensures that Ubuntu always has the very latest kernels with the latest security capabilities. That’s why the world’s biggest cloud operators and the world’s most sophisticated IT operations have chosen Ubuntu for containers.

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Kubernetes — the multi-cloud operations layer for next-gen apps

Kubernetes on Ubuntu supports VMware, Openstack, bare metal and every public cloud.

The new wave of cloud-native applications are being designed for Kubernetes operations. With high performance auto-scaling, healing, service meshes and built-in primitives for CI/CD, K8s is the most significant change in IT operations since the emergence of public cloud in 2009.

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Looking for a container orchestration system to help build your microservice-based app? Our Kubernetes distribution is simple and naturally elastic.


Canonical’s Kubernetes distribution includes all operational scripting and tooling needed to manage a long-lived cluster, including upgrades and scaling. Build it right for the long term on day one.


Our production Kubernetes deployments include Prometheus for monitoring, Ceph for storage and Elastic Stack including Kibana for analysis and visualisations.

For CTOs: The no-nonsense way to accelerate your business with containers

This white paper explains why containers have become so popular on the Linux platform and how to leverage them. Learn the benefits of Docker, Kubernetes and LXD.

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