Ubuntu Pro plans to start the public beta
Canonical’s long-awaited Ubuntu Pro plan has finally started the public beta. Whether it is the public beta or the subsequent official launch, all registered users can get 5 machines and server support for free. This should be enough for individual developers, if enterprises and data centers need to use more Ubuntu Pro plans, they need to pay extra to purchase licenses.
The core content of the Ubuntu Pro plan is to automatically update to improve security, whether it is the kernel or tens of thousands of software packages that can be automatically updated. This eliminates the need for human intervention and allows businesses to focus on innovation rather than solving various security issues on the server.
It is worth noting that no matter the Ubuntu system installed by the user or the Ubuntu system selected by the public cloud platform such as AWS, Azure, and Google Cloud, the Ubuntu Pro plan can be used, and 5 machines can also be supported for free.