Canonical announced the release of Ubuntu 19.04, codenamed The release focuses on the deployment of open infrastructure, development activities, IoT and cloud-to-edge software distribution.
Ubuntu 19.04 is a regular release of Interim, not LTS (Long Term Support). He received support from Canonical for only nine months from the release date, after which he reached the End of Life.
Ubuntu 19.04 integrates the latest innovations in major open infrastructure projects, such as OpenStack, Kubernetes and Ceph. With advanced life cycle management for multi-cloud and on-premise operations. From coffins, VMware and OpenStack to all major public clouds. Optimized images of Ubuntu Server 19.04 and Minimal Ubuntu 19.04 are available on all major public clouds.
New Products For Ubuntu 19.04
Another focal point of this Ubuntu release is l’IoT. The control decisions, in fact, emphasize Canonical, move more and more on the perimeter, enabling new business models centered on the “edge.”
Amazon published Greengrass for IoT on Ubuntu. In addition to launching the developer-centric model of AWS DeepRacer for the autonomous vehicle development community. The Edge X stack and a wide range of industrial control features are now available for integration on Ubuntu-based devices. Multiple smart display solutions are also available as ready-to-use components in the snap store.
Nor do they lack tools that help increase the productivity of developers. Microsoft Visual Studio Code has added to the list of most popular development tools published as snaps. These include IntelliJ, pyCharm, Postman and microK8s.
In Ubuntu 19.04, you can install multiple instances of the same snap for CI/CD, test or roll-out stepwise. For example, two versions of a database or two versions of the golang compiler can be installed simultaneously.
As for the desktop environment, Ubuntu 19.04 introduces GNOME 3.32. This offers higher frame rates, smoother animations, faster icon loading times. At the same time, it reduces the load on the CPU and the GPU.
The installation of Ubuntu on Vmware will also automatically install open-vm-tools for bidirectional clipboard, easier file sharing and more convenient energy management.
All information about Ubuntu 19.04 is available on the Canonical website at this link.