Open source in Government

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Currently the Federal Government has limited choices for secure, compliant and supported Linux distributions and open source technologies, making procurement expensive and limiting options for their workforce.

Canonical offers professional services and support for the popular Ubuntu Linux distribution, as open source infrastructure and application technologies like Kubernetes, OpenStack, Ceph, PostgreSQL, ElasticSearch, Kafka and so much more.

In this webinar, the Public Sector team will discuss the importance of open source technology in government, how it’s being used and the range of secure services available from Canonical, including:

  • FIPS & CC-EAL2 security certifications
  • Public cloud security
  • Migration of applications to the public cloud

Also covered are the various ways the Public Sector can procure Canonical services, whether direct or through channel partners and contract vehicles.