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Ubuntu to support Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Ampere A1 Compute

Ubuntu to support Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Ampere A1 Compute
The Siliconreview
27 May, 2021

Oracle and Canonical have announced an optimized Ubuntu image to launch Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) Ampere A1 Compute. Its customers will benefit from running Ubuntu, the most popular cloud operating system, on a secure, scalable, and highly cost-effective infrastructure. Ubuntu provides a high-performing and cost-effective solution for all workloads and gives developers a highly optimized cloud operating system and kernel with excellent boot speed and strong security.

Ubuntu, now with Oracle Cloud optimized kernel and configurations, will enable enterprises to run traditional workloads in a cost-optimized fashion. The ARM-based platform is also particularly suited for new use cases, such as Anbox Cloud, which runs along with Android in the cloud at scale and securely. This will be integrated with Oracle's cloud with the new Ampere A1 Compute instances.

Ubuntu, now with Oracle Cloud optimized kernel and configurations. This will benefit theUbuntu with the performance of Oracle's new offering; enterprises can run traditional workloads in a cost-optimized fashion. The ARM-based platform is also particularly suited for new use cases, such as Anbox Cloud, which will enable Android users to run their cloud settings at scale and securely.