MAAS 3.3 is now available | Ubuntu

  • Post Updated: April 4, 2024

In this blog, you will learn about some of the new features now available in the latest MAAS release.  For a deep-dive on some of these features, join our upcoming webinar on 31 March 2023. 

The first release of MAAS based on Ubuntu 22.04 LTS

With MAAS 3.3, we are now building the snap based on a Core22 base, the same great experience just built against a new snap base image. Snaps continue to be the suggested deployment method for MAAS.

For those looking to install MAAS from a debian package, we have created a new PPA for MAAS with all required dependencies, allowing installation directly from PPA onto an Ubuntu 22.04 LTS system, without the need to use snaps. 

Those wishing to upgrade their existing Ubuntu 20.04 LTS-based systems to the 22.04 LTS can now do so if they run MAAS from a deb package. 

Improved machine list filtering

We have also dramatically improved the latency associated with refreshing large machine lists. This is especially important for large MAAS…

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