Image-based updates using a dual A/B rootfs partition layout with rollback support
Manage and see reports of your deployments and devices using the UI or REST APIs
Apache License 2.0, end-to-end from server to client
Easily integrate Mender into your devices using the meta-mender layer
Atomic updates with built-in rollback is a key requirement. We need to make sure our devices continue to work with automated rollback if the update didn't take for any reason. Mender provided that crucial capability.
Joel Hermanns, CIO of gridX
Focus on your core development rather than building your own costly updater or cobbling together an assortment of tools. Focus on your product. Leave OTA updates to us.
Mender comes with extensive documentation, an intuitive UI, and a test environment where you can deploy your first update within 1 hour.
Mender has more than 70% test coverage and a growing open source community that is continuously testing, reviewing and improving the product.
Automated rollback support so your devices will always come back online, even in cases of power loss or data corruption while the update is being deployed.
Built from the ground up with security in mind, Mender enforces secure HTTPS connections and has zero open ports on the embedded device.
Mender is the only end-to-end OTA tool with both the server and client open source (Apache 2.0), giving you flexibility and freedom.
from $8,000* one time fee.
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*billed by the hour, total hours are dependent on board details. Contact us for an estimate for your board.
Hosted Mender is a secure Mender server we host for you, so you don't have to spend time maintaining security, certificates, uptime, upgrades and compatibility of the server.
Simply point your Mender clients to our server!
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Mender is open source and free to use - the repositories are available on Github for you to download.
You can set up Mender on-premise by following our Getting Started guide on our documentation pages.
FREE & OPEN SOURCEGetting started guide