Why not homegrown over-the-air update capabilities?
According to Gartner, there will be almost 3 billion new internet-connected devices in 2018. Unfortunately, most of these devices lack basic security features, making them susceptible to hacking and being compromised. A few days ago, California took the first steps in making connected devices more secure with its “SB-327 Information privacy: connected devices” bill. This is a step in the right d...Read the article
We are looking forward to a very busy October and two very special announcements. Please stay tuned!
In the meantime, we were featured on the cover of Linux Magazine France: We also have some upcoming events we hope you can be a part of:
Our CTO, Eystein Stenberg, will be presenting at ARM TechCon on Wednesday, October 17th at 1:30pm on best practices on Securing the Connected Car.
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Mender 1.6 released: Device integration automated
We are happy to announce the production releases Mender 1.6.0 and 1.5.1!
The ongoing focus for Mender is to:broaden the supported device types make the device integration process as easy as possible
The key features of Mender 1.6 are covered below, and you can see the detailed items in the release notes of Mender 1.6.0 and Mender 1.5.1.Read the article
Raspbian update demo with Hosted Mender
UPDATE: Raspbian is now officialy supported by Mender! Please see the Mender Hub Board Integration topics.
Support for updating Raspbian is coming to Mender! You can already test doing remote over-the-air updates with Raspbian and the Raspbierry Pi 3 with the demo images provided in this post.Read the article
Join us at Open Source Summit in Vancouver!
Join us at Open Source Summit! We'll be there in Vancouver, Canada, from August 29th to 31st at booth 15. We will also be hosting a BoF on Wednesday evening (and yes, beer will be provided). If you can't make it, there will be plenty of opportunities to see the Mender team at these upcoming events.Read the article