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Ubuntu Server 16.10 - CD

Ubuntu Server 16.10 on CD. The leading platform for scale-out computing, Ubuntu Server helps you make the most of your infrastructure. Whether you want to deploy an OpenStack cloud, a Hadoop cluster or a 50,000-node render farm, Ubuntu Server delivers the best value scale-out performance available.
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Version 16.10 Release Date: October 13, 2016

NOTE: This distro comes on 2 CDs. You will receive both 32 bit and 64 bit versions This distro comes on a CD. Please ensure that your system will read from a CD before ordering.

What's new in ubuntu 15.10?

OpenStack Newton

Ubuntu 16.10 includes the latest OpenStack release, Newton, including the following components:

  • OpenStack Identity - Keystone

  • OpenStack Imaging - Glance

  • OpenStack Block Storage - Cinder

  • OpenStack Compute - Nova

  • OpenStack Networking - Neutron

  • OpenStack Telemetry - Ceilometer and Aodh

  • OpenStack Orchestration - Heat

  • OpenStack Dashboard - Horizon

  • OpenStack Object Storage - Swift

  • OpenStack Database as a Service - Trove

  • OpenStack DNS - Designate

  • OpenStack Bare-metal - Ironic

  • OpenStack Filesystem - Manila

  • OpenStack Key Manager - Barbican

Please refer to the OpenStack Newton release notes for full details of this release of OpenStack.

qemu 2.6.1

Qemu has been updated to the 2.6.1 release.

See the Changelog for details. This already includes a stable releases, more about that can be found at 2.6.1 stable release.

Additionally this includes a backport to enable GPU Passthru for ppc64le.

DPDK 16.07

Ubuntu 16.10 includes the latest release of DPDK, 16.07.

See the Release Notes for details.

Noteworthy for DPDK application developers is that upstream deprecated the old mechanism of a combined shared library. libdpdk.so is now a linker script referring to the - individually packaged - sub-libraries librte-*. Furthermore the DPDK related kernel modules are now provided as dkms based packages.

libvirt 2.1

Libvirt has been updated to version 2.1. See the Changelogs for details.

In order to reduce the Debian delta, the main libvirt service has been renamed to libvirtd.service. libvirt-bin.service becomes an alias to maintain backwards compatibility.

Open vSwitch

Open vSwitch has been updated to the latest release, 2.6.

See the Open vSwitch News for mroe details.

The enablement of openvswitch-switch-dpdk has changed upstream. So if you are upgrading from a previously dpdk enabled configuration then you will need to update your enablement appropriately. See associated Readme at /usr/share/doc/openvswitch-switch-dpdk/README.Debian for details.

LXD 2.4.1

Ubuntu 16.10 ships with LXD 2.4.1. The main highlights for this new version of LXD are:

  • Support for AppArmor profile stacking. This allows containers to load their own AppArmor profiles, further securing tasks running inside LXD containers.

  • Building on the new AppArmor feature, it is now possible to install Snap packages inside LXD containers. For the time being, this is only possible with Ubuntu 16.10 containers that have the "squashfuse" package installed.

  • New network management features have been added to LXD, allowing the creation and management of bridges, DHCP settings, tunnels, ... More information can be found from "lxc network help" and in the upstream documentation.

A full changelog can be found at: https://linuxcontainers.org/lxd/news/

LXD 2.4.1 can also be tried online at: https://linuxcontainers.org/lxd/try-it/

cloud-init

All of cloud-init's recent development has been brought back to 16.04, so you've probably already used it in production! Some recent improvements include:

docker 1.12.1

The docker.io package has been updated to version 1.12.1. See the associated upstream release notes: https://github.com/docker/docker/releases/tag/v1.12.1

About Ubuntu Server

Performance and versatility

Agile, secure, deploy-anywhere technology for fast-moving companies

It doesn’t matter whether you want to deploy a NoSQL database, web farm or cloud. Ubuntu has the performance and versatility you need. Certified by leading hardware OEMs and with comprehensive deployment tools, so you can get the most from your infrastructure.

Our regular release cycle helps means that we support most of the latest applications. And our lean initial install and integrated deployment and orchestration technologies makes Ubuntu Server a great solution for simple deployment and management at scale.

Scale without limits

With no licence fees or subscription costs, Ubuntu Server can help you scale your data centre efficiently. Subscriptions to Ubuntu Advantage, Canonical’s management programme, include support for unlimited virtualisation and, unlike other enterprise Linux distributions, the price does not increase with additional CPUs.

A release schedule you can depend on

Stay up-to-date with regular updates and upgrades

Long-term support (LTS) releases of Ubuntu Server are supported by Canonical for five years. Every six months, interim releases bring new features, while hardware enablement updates add support for the latest machines to all supported LTS releases.

Landscape support and systems management

The Ubuntu Advantage service programme provides fast problem resolution, direct access to Ubuntu experts and efficient administration with the Ubuntu systems management package, Landscape.

Landscape enables you to automate updates and control physical, virtual and cloud servers from a single interface. It’s easy to set up and easy to use, giving you the power to manage thousands of machines as easily as you can manage one.

Built for big data and cloud

With its new rapid deployment tools, Ubuntu significantly speeds up the installation of server instances on bare metal. And our service orchestration tool, Juju, makes deploying big data services surprisingly simple — on bare metal or in the cloud. That’s why vendors like 10gen, Cloudera, Couchbase, DataStax, Hortonworks, LexisNexis and Map-R partner with us.

Additional Info

Additional Info

Weight 0.1875
Country of Manufacture United States
Media Type CD
Version Server
Disk Type Install Disk

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