Four tools for building embedded Linux systems
Mender's Drew Moseley wrote an article last year that we think is worth highlighting again: Four approaches to build embedded Linux systems, with the advantages and disadvantages of each highlighted. You can read the full article here at Opensource.com.Read the article
Webinar | How Blokable uses Mender for OTA updates for scalable housing creation
On May 15th, we held a joint webinar with Blokable presented by Eystein Stenberg of Mender and Sandy Anuras of Blokable.
Learn how Blokable uses Mender’s secure and robust OTA software update manager to unlock new capabilities and continuously improve the BlokSense Platform.Read the article
Webinar this Wednesday, May 15th | How Blokable uses Mender for OTA updates for scalable housing creation
We will be hosting a webinar this Wednesday, May 15th at 9:00am Pacific Daylight Time (San Francisco) with our friends at Blokable, a company focused on expanding prosperity and equity in communities by building high-quality, low-cost, connected housing at scale. Come learn how Blokable uses Mender's secure and robust OTA update manager to unlock new capabilities and continuously improve the BlokSense Platform, a digital product that reduces the cost of maintenance and operations for Blokable communities.
Please see the webinar below!Read the article
Mender 2.0 released: Application updates
We are happy to announce the production releases of Mender 2.0.0 and 1.7.1!
The focus for Mender 2.0 is support for Application updates, with full control and customizability over how a software is installed. This makes Mender unique for providing both robust system- and application level updates and it is this combination that enables Mender to solve all your needs for OTA updates.
Targeted application-level updates, which can be just a few kilobytes in size (compared to potentially hundreds of megabytes for system-level updates), enables much lower bandwidth usage, faster updates and more frequent deployments.
The key features of Mender 2.0 are covered below, and you can see the detailed items in the Mender 2.0 release notes.Read the article
Mender tools available in official Debian repositories
Thanks to the work of Andreas Henriksson the following packages are now available in official Debian repositories:Read the article