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  • 1. Ubuntu Server
      Jaunty 9.04 Server Features
  • 2. Kernel
    • Ubuntu 9.04 Server includes the 2.6.28
      • Memory management improvements
      • 3. Scalability improvements
      • 4. Tracepoints
      • 5. KVM improvements
      • 6. more...
  • 7. EXT4
    • Optional Ext4 filesystem support
    • 8. EXT3 is still the default filesystem
  • 9. Cloud computing
    • Eucalyptus
      • Available as a Technology Preview
      • 10. Create your own private cloud that matches the Amazon EC2 API.
      • 11. Utilize open EBS (elastic block storage) and S3 (Simple Storage Service) equivalent storage systems.
  • 12.
      Advanced Message Queue Protocol (AMQP)
    • High-performance enterprise messaging via Rabbit MQ
  • 13. Virtualization
    • Open Nebula (New)
      • Virtual infrastructure management engine.
    • Virt-Manager
      • a lightweight interface for interacting with the graphical display of virtualized guest OS.
    • Support for nested virtualization
    • 14. KVM, Xen, VMWare support
  • 15. Turn-key Mail Servers
    • Dovecot-Postfix package in Ubuntu 9.04 provides an easy-to-deploy mail server stack, with support for SMTP, POP3, and IMAP with TLS and SASL.
  • 16. Security
    • AppArmor
      • name-based mandatory access controls.
      • 17. Confines applications to a specific set of capabilities
    • UFW
      • Uncomplicated FireWall
      • 18. ”ufw is not intended to provide complete firewall functionality via its command interface, but instead provides an easy way to add or remove simple rules. It is currently mainly used for host-based firewalls”
  • 19. Samba 3.3
    • Extended cluster support
    • 20. Better integration with the latest Microsoft systems
  • 21. Pre-Configured Server Stacks
  • 31. Hardware Certification
    • Certified on systems from IBM, Dell, HP, and Sun.