Canonical Launches New Free Personal Service Ubuntu Pro Subscription It can be used on up to 5 machines, is now available as a public beta for data centers and workstations, and offers a free tier for personal and small commercial use. Ubuntu Pro Includes tools for compliance management in regulated and audited environments, giving Ubuntu Pro users access to FIPS 140-2 certified cryptographic packages required for all federal agencies.
Ubuntu Pro is available for all Ubuntu LTS from 16.04 LTS. You can sign up for a free personal Ubuntu Pro subscription for up to 5 machines at the link below. Ubuntu Pro paid plans start at $25/year for workstations and $500/year for servers. Canonical is offering a 30-day free trial of Ubuntu Pro to new enterprise customers.
“Ubuntu Pro provides Critical, High and Medium Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures ( CVE), Python 2, Redis, Rust, WordPress, ROS, and more.
Ubuntu Pro Subscription
– of Standard Ubuntu Pro subscription It covers the complete set of security updates for all packages in Ubuntu. Canonical’s Ubuntu Advantage for Infrastructure subscription has been rebranded to Ubuntu Pro (infrastructure only) with no change in price or scope.
– Ann Ubuntu Pro (infrastructure only) subscription Covers the base OS and private cloud components required for large-scale bare-metal deployments, but excludes new broader application coverage. Useful for organizations building private clouds that use other guest operating systems for their applications.
“Since we first launched Ubuntu LTS, which offers five years of free security coverage for the main OS, our enterprise customers have asked us to cover the broader open source landscape under private commercial contracts. Today, we are excited to make the benefits of all this work available to anyone in the world for free with a free personal Ubuntu Pro subscription.” Canonical CEO Mark Shuttleworth said:
“Over the past decade, Google has partnered with Canonical to accelerate the adoption of open source software.”said Derry Cheng, product manager at Compute Engine. “By offering Ubuntu Pro on Google Compute Engine, we are helping our customers improve the security and compliance of their production workloads.”
For more information on the new Ubuntu Pro subscription, visit the official website at the link below.
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