Canonical is a DevOps and Application Management organisation consisting of world-renowned brands solutions such as Snapcraft, Juju, MAAS and Ubuntu. They offer the best enterprise security, DataCenter automation and developer experience, the secure enterprise Linux for servers, desktops, cloud, developers and Internet of Things (IoTs).
One of the fundamental benefits of running Ubuntu is for security. Over the lifetime of an Ubuntu release, Canonical releases thousands of patches and conforms to industry-leading security standards. Part of certification means that any update is tested on every Pi in Canonical’s lab. This way your customers know their Pi will be kept up-to-date and won’t break because of an update or security patch.
Ubuntu an open source software operating system that runs from the desktop, to the cloud, to all internet connected things. It is now the world’s most widely used Linux workstation platform and includes Ubuntu Server – the reference operating system for the OpenStack project and widely used alongside Azure, AWS and Google Cloud.
The newest version, Ubuntu 20.04 LTS, is part of their long-term support scheme enabling users to receive long-term support for large-scale deployments including maintenance updates and Extended Security Maintenance.