April 29 Canonical releases Ubuntu Linux 10.04 LTS

The company Canonical, commercial sponsor of Linux-distro Ubuntu, today issued a notice to its partners that on April 29, will offer an updated version of its operating system Ubuntu Linux 10.04 LTS. The system will be released in two versions - server and desktop.

One of the major innovations server implementation of the system 10.04 must be to support the system Eucalyptus. On the basis of this technology in the server version will be deployed technology Ubuntu Enterprise Cloud, allowing you to create on the basis of Ubuntu Linux and multiple servers cloud systems. “As our polls show, that is exactly what is expected and are searching for. People engaged in cloud systems will be able to use our development in the public cloud services. Ubuntu Enterprise Cloud enables companies to create internal corporate and clouds,” - says Steve George, director of technical support provided by Canonical.

The new version officially supports document-oriented database CouchDB and system configuration management Puppet. In general, Canonical has promised that the version 10.04 will be updated almost all versions of software packages.

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