Why We Support the Linux Foundation
We are very excited about the community building around Mender.io! Attending the Embedded Linux Conference in Prague this past week further validates our efforts in creating an open source project aimed at securing the world's connected devices. The variety of uses cases for IoT is staggering and we're proud to play a key role for secure OTA updates.
Kudos to the Linux Foundation for organizing...Read the article
On-demand webinar with Toradex and Mender
On September 27th, we held a joint webinar with Toradex presented by Drew Moseley of Mender and Brandon Shibley of Toradex.
Toradex is a Swiss founded and industry leading embedded computing manufacturer that provides Single Board Computers and System on Module solutions with strong embedded expertise.
The webinar kicks off with an introduction to Toradex and how they see an increasing demand for over-the-air (OTA) solutions among their customer base. Their open source focus makes a great fit with Mender and our OTA solution.Read the article
Mender 1.2.1 and 1.1.3 released - security updates
Mender 1.2.1 and Mender 1.1.3 are released!
These releases contain an important security update for the signature management feature, so we strongly advise everyone using signed Artifacts in Mender to upgrade all components (client, server, tooling) as soon as possible. Other bugfixes are also included in the releases.
For more details on the changes, please refer to the Mender 1.2.1 Release ...Read the article
Key Considerations for Software Updates for embedded Linux and IoT
Last month, Linux Journal published an online article on key considerations for software updates for embedded Linux and IoT. The article was written by our own Eystein Stenberg.
Below are the key takeaways from the article.Why is having a software updater for embedded Linux and IoT important?
There are two main reasons for ensuring you are be able to update your embedded devices.
Soft...Read the article
Notes from a user on Mender without Yocto
Arnstein Kleven, one of our Mender users, decided to use Mender for his board without using Yocto, and he was kind enough to share his notes from the experience! It's great to have an outside perspective on the challenges this presents. I have edited the raw notes slightly for easier reading, but otherwise this is straight from the community!
Note that this post assumes that you know the basics...Read the article