Performance and versatility
Fast, secure, deploy-anywhere technology for fast-moving companies
Secure, fast and powerful, Ubuntu helps you make the most of your infrastructure. Whether you want to deploy a web farm or deploy a cloud, Ubuntu Server supports the most popular hardware and software.
Our regular release cycle helps you keep pace with the latest tech developments. And our lean initial install, with thousands of easy-to-find packages, makes it a great solution for simple deployment and management at scale.
A release schedule you can depend on
Stay up-to-date with free and regular updates and upgrades
The Ubuntu Server release schedule fits in with your business needs.
Standard releases every six months help you stay up-to-date with the very latest hardware and software updates.
Long-term support (LTS) releases, supported for five years, are perfect if you’re looking for more stability over a longer period of time.
Make your IT budget go further
No hidden costs, no lock-in
With no licence fees or subscription costs, Ubuntu Server can help you achieve real savings in your data centre. Its streamlined, efficient architecture sees more services delivered with less computing power and fewer resources required.
Choosing Ubuntu Server helps you bring the best that open source can offer to your business – a strategy that’s driving the world’s most successful organisations.
- No licence fees
- Free upgrades
- The latest and greatest applications
Choose from the most popular public clouds
Want the power of Ubuntu Server in the public cloud? Ubuntu Cloud Guest offers all the goodness of Ubuntu Server, specially tailored for public cloud infrastructures.
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We provide more images for the public cloud than anyone else, making sure there are multiple up-to-date flavours of Ubuntu Cloud Guest with no licence restrictions. That means you can always choose the very best software, hardware and services to meet your needs.
UBUNTU LANDSCAPE is one of the reasons to choose Ubuntu. This gives benefits like we know from Redhat Enterprise Server, But Ubuntu also reaches out to managing Desktop Computers.
Why use Landscape for your business?
Solves the hardest management problems, including building and maintaining software repositories, managing different machine profiles, delegating permissions at a granular level, auditing others actions and accessing asset information in real time.
Integration with common client-side Linux sysadmin tooling so you can see the same information about individual machines as you see in the terminal.
A complete API lets you use established technologies (e.g. Bash, Python) to borrow or build on Landscape’s functionality.
Custom scripts need only be written to allow for the business logic unique to your organisation; common tasks (e.g. repository management) are already covered, so there’s no need to re-invent the wheel.
You can manage machines remotely from anywhere you can access a web browser.
Receive alerts when updates become available for specific machines, or manage auto-update policies, instructing devices to update during set maintenance windows.
RBAC features for delegating certain activities on specific machines to others – reducing your workload without sacrificing control.
Automation for repetitive tasks at scale helps ensure uniformity across your IT estate and eliminates the costs associated with rectifying human errors.
By reducing the number of administrators required for basic, day-to-day management, your teams are free to focus on more productive activities that deliver value to your organisation.
Custom reporting makes regulatory compliance significantly less problematic, costly and time-consuming.
Unlike in-house systems that may have grown organically, Landscape scales with your environment, enabling you to manage up to 40,000 machines with a single instance.
Thanks to an extensive, scriptable API, Landscape can be easily integrated with your current configuration management, monitoring and ticketing systems.
Updates and future versions are delivered at no cost, because Landscape is part of the Ubuntu Advantage service subscription.
Landscape can be used to manage desktop, server and cloud deployments, or subsets of those deployments that you define when you subscribe to Ubuntu Advantage.