Unikernels + connected devices
By Thomas Ryd
Do you want your connected device to be more secure, faster, more energy efficient, and easily managed? The promise of unikernels includes all of these. Are unikernels the next big thing for connected devices? At Mender, we are excited about the possibilities brought forward by unikernels and how it can make our increasingly connected world more secure and reliable.What are unik... Read the article
Yocto Project SDK Quickstart | San Francisco Bay Area Meetup in September
Mender just published a Quickstart Guide to the Yocto Project SDK, which can be found under our resources page (click here for the web version). Thank you Scott Rifenbark, who is responsible for much of the Yocto Project's documentation.
While Mender will initially focus on supporting the Yocto Project due to the overwhelming demand from the embedded Linux community, we definitely plan...Read the article
Automotive Linux Summit presentation slides and where to focus your embedded project costs
It has been a busy few months for Mender! Our very own Eystein Stenberg presented at the Automotive Linux Summit in Tokyo earlier this month. You can view the slides here.
While the cost-savings of over-the-air updates in the connected car is obvious, we have learned first-hand the value of connected devices in a variety of industries, including energy/utilities, digital signage, transportat...Read the article
Mender to present at Automotive Linux Summit | Tokyo | July 13th-14th
We are very excited to have Eystein Stenberg present his talk, "Securing the Connected Car" at the Automotive Linux Summit in Tokyo, July 13th-14th.Read the article
Featured on Embedded.com: how to handle security threats for connected devices
Our good friend Clive Maxfield (@MaxMaxfield) helped us publish our article Handling Top Security Threats for Connected Devices.
In the article, our Product Manager Eystein Stenberg describes the real-world challenges to system security when dealing with connected devices - as well as discussing ways to mitigate the risks.
You can read it in full over at Embedded.com.Read the article