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23 February 2010, 09:55

Ubuntu for the US authorities

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Ubuntu Logo The General Services Administration (GSA), an administrative support agency to the US federal authorities has officially approved IT firm Autonomic Resources as a provider of Canonical's Ubuntu and Landscape products for US authorities. Paul Holt, Canonical Corporate Services sales director said that, “Canonical is delighted to partner with Autonomic Resources in the development of the Federal and Ubuntu desktop community and marketplace”.

Autonomic Resources offers the ARC-P dedicated Infrastructure-as-a-Service platform (IaaS) for US government agencies and recommends using the Ubuntu Linux distribution and the Landscape management solution to manage virtual and physical servers, especially when establishing cloud infrastructures.

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