Which Ubuntu version is best for Raspberry Pi 4

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I’m new to Ubuntu (student). I want to install OpenStack on Ubuntu.
My hardware is an Raspberry Pi 4 with 8GB RAM, 32GB microSD, and 1TB external SSD.
My objective for this exercise is to learn OpenStack for building a cloud IAAS. Hence, which version of Ubuntu should I pick? I want the latest and the least problematic (in relation to my learning objective) version please.
Thank you.

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