Ubuntu Linux Now Available to Fed Customers on GSA Advantage

Canonical’s Ubuntu has become third Linux operating system approved by the General Services Administration for use by federal purchasers. It joins Linux distributions from Red Hat and Novell, already available through the GSA Advantage purchasing program.

“This gives government purchasers the option of using Canonical’s Ubuntu as well as its Landscape systems management and monitoring tool,” said Cole Crawford, CTO of Autonomic Resources, an IT and service integration company approved to offer the products to federal customers.

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