Embedded World 2019 and an exciting announcement!
Our team is very excited to be joining Embedded World from February 26th to 28th in Nuremberg, Germany. Please visit us at Hall 4 Booth 4-671. We look forward to hearing about the many exciting projects at Embedded World:
We will also be making a very big product announcement at Embedded World, so please stay tuned!Read the article
Announcing the migration of the mailing list to Mender Hub
Back in December we started the discussion of where best to foster Mender’s online community. We love that we have an active mailing list for the project, but we know that mailing lists aren’t the easiest to use for everyone. We felt that moving these discussions to a forum format could make it easier for everyone - especially new users - to find the information they need and ultimately to contribute back to the Mender project.
We asked the community, and the feedback was very clearly in favor of migrating to a forum. Therefore, as of March 4th we will move the mailing list to the General Discussions category on Mender Hub!Read the article
Update Modules are coming - test them today!
Support for update modules is soon coming to Mender!
Technically, an update module implements one or more of the actions that the Mender client carries out when installing an Artifact payload. The “core” action all update modules must implement is the Install action, which implements how an Artifact payload is installed on the device. However, there are other actions that may be implemented de...Read the article
Mender at FOSDEM
We participated in FOSDEM from February 2nd to 3rd in Brussels, where we also gave a talk on Mender.io which you can view here. Next up for the Mender team is Embedded World in Nuremberg, Germany from February 26th to 28th, as well as our participation in the embedded track at SCALE 17x in Pasadena, California on March 10th.
Stay tuned for big product announcements in the coming weeks...Read the article
What separates leaders from laggards in the Internet of Things
In a recent report, McKinsey shared the findings from a survey of IoT practitioners at 300 businesses with mature IoT programs (those that have expanded beyond pilot projects) Their focus was on what distinguishes leaders from laggards.
At a high level leaders are more aggressive, better at aligning a common sense of direction, and more practical in execution.Read the article