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Has the OS been hardened enough that it can be directly connected to the internet or is it best practice to place this behind a purpose built firewall?
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to answer your question: yes, you can just put it on the internet. It is configured for automatic updates and no unnecessary services are running.
I mean, it's a Ubuntu Linux. You could also install it on your own on a Ubuntu machine and do the hardening on your own. If you believe, that Ubuntu Linux in general is not "good enough for direct Internet", then just put it behind a firewall.
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