Ubuntu Core is one of the newest flavors of Ubuntu. It's specifically targeted at IoT and embedded devices.
Ubuntu Core is officially supported on the Intel Nuc, which makes the process fairly painless.
In this post we'll explore logging on Ubuntu Core and specifically how you can pipe your logs to Loggly (a cloud logging service).
Ngrok is a simple and powerful tool that allows you to create an instant, secure URL to your localhost server through any NAT or firewall. We'll show you how to get it running on Ubuntu Core in the post.
The LXD demo server is a great showcase for LXD containers, but it's also quite useful when you want to spin up an temporary container.
The Fast snap makes testing internet speeds on your Ubuntu Core device simple.
LXD is an extremely powerful tool for managing Linux containers which are like super light virtual machines.
Multipass a dead simple, cross-platform way of running Ubuntu virtual machines, including Ubuntu Core.
In this post we're going to walk you through installing Ubuntu Core on a Raspberry Pi 3.