Ubuntu Advantage Trial
Get ahead with Ubuntu Advantage
Efficient systems administration, dedicated support, comprehensive legal cover and access to the expert knowledge as and when you need it – Canonical's Ubuntu Advantage can help you get more out of open source and Ubuntu. With a more productive IT environment, you can boost efficiency and make significant cost savings.
Free 30-day Ubuntu Advantage trial!
We're giving you the chance to experience some of the fantastic features that make Ubuntu Advantage such a compelling offering for your business – completely free. Register for our free trial today and you can experiment with our systems management tool Landscape and gain access to a range of resources to help you implement best practices through our Knowledge Base.
Systems management tool Landscape is central to Ubuntu Advantage. With a single web-based interface, systems administrators can manage multiple physical and cloud machines as easily as one. IT teams can avoid manual errors by automating repetitive tasks, such as applying security patches, in just a few clicks.
With a clear view of systems data, IT staff can also quickly pinpoint bottlenecks or other problem areas, and view customised trends of the system parameters that are important to their business.
In order to get a great idea of the value Landscape can bring to your business, we recommend that you install Ubuntu Desktop or Ubuntu Server on up to five systems in your company.
Ubuntu Advantage gives customers access to Knowledge Base. Written and audited by senior Canonical engineers, our technical articles on best-practice configurations can help you resolve common issues.
What happens next?
If you like what you've seen after 30 days, you can sign up for the full Ubuntu Advantage service. You'll get dedicated support and legal assurance on top of access to Canonical's Landscape and Knowledge Base. It's easy to get involved. We'll send you an email when your 30 days is nearly up giving you the chance to subscribe.
(Note that you will be redirected to Ubuntu Single Sign On before registering)