Ubuntu Server Map: 10 Ubuntu Servers in the Philippines

Do you run an Ubuntu server? Or is blog or website hosted on box running on Ubuntu server? If your answer is ‘Yes’ then most probably your server’s location has been marked in the new recently rolled out Ubuntu Server Map.

Ubuntu Server Map
Location of every Ubuntu Server in the world

I’ve checked out how many are in the Philippines and so far there are currently 10 Ubuntu servers running:
Ubuntu Servers in the Philippines

Luzon:
Makati City – Near Buendia
Pasay City – Near Libertad
Manila City – Near Recto – Phil. Rabbit Station(?)
Quezon City – Gob-smack in the middle of the EDSA/Quezon Ave intersection
Bulacan – near San Ildenfonso
Pampanga – Quezon
Benguet – near La Trinidad

Visayas:
Cebu City
Pinamungahan

Mindanao:
Davao @ the Ateneo de Davao University campus

From what I’ve been reading online, Ubuntu server is gaining popularity in use. I myself fancied the idea of getting a VPS running on Ubuntu server to host my blogs and online projects. But since I’m finding it difficult to wean myself from a CPanel/WHM environment, it would probably take a lot more before I make the transition. Once that happens, Ubuntu would power my computing needs from desktop/notebook to the servers that run my blogs.

I’m happy to know there’s quite a number of Ubuntu servers running in the country. And maybe someday, I’d have one running and marked in the map as well!

Check out and explore the entire map at maps.ubuntu.com/map

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2 thoughts on “Ubuntu Server Map: 10 Ubuntu Servers in the Philippines

  1. I’m very familiar with the EDSA-Q Ave intersection and I’m pretty sure I haven’t seen any computer out in the open there; the coordinates are surely off. Hmm. Maybe P-Noy’s got an Ubuntu server in his house which is not too far from there. πŸ˜›

    • Check out where the Ubuntu server in Bulacan is marked – in the middle of a farm! πŸ˜€ Though it would be cool if it meant that a farmer’s or agri-company nearby is using one.

      Well, we better ask the Presidential communications group for confirmation that indeed P-Noy is running an Ubuntu server in his house. πŸ˜‰

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