Ubuntu Core documentation
Welcome to the home of Ubuntu Core documentation.
Ubuntu Core is Ubuntu, engineered for IoT and embedded systems. It’s easy to deploy, tamper-resistant and hardened against corruption.
Ubuntu Core features:
snap-based, security first: snaps are secure, easy to build, and painless to distribute. Public/private key validation ensures what’s running is exactly what’s intended to run
simple, consistent installation and deployment: Ubuntu Core is installed via an immutable image, which can be either installed or built specifically for your platform and application
a read-only filesystem: apps run in isolation from each other and access to system resources is only granted with explicit permissions
transactional updates: signed, autonomous and atomic, updates can withstand unpredictable hardware and network conditions, even to the operating system
From a single Raspberry Pi, to a deployment of tens of thousands, it’s the ideal platform for anything that needs to run securely, be ever-ready, autonomously updated, and tamper-proof.
To learn more, take a look at the highlighted documentation below, or dive into the documentation on the left.
|Discovering Ubuntu Core|
|Getting started||Install and try Ubuntu Core on your own devices|
|What is Ubuntu Core||Inside Ubuntu Core’s strengths and advantages|
|Using Ubuntu Core||Access your device, install apps and manage services|
|Snaps in Ubuntu Core||Discover which snaps Ubuntu Core is built upon|
|Security and sandboxing||Security policies and how they’re implemented|
|Full disk encryption||Protect the confidentiality and integrity of device data|
|Image building||How to build images for your hardware|
|Custom images||Bespoke images for any supported platform|
|Gadget snaps||Understanding the gadget snap and system properties|
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