The Hidden Costs of Homegrown Updaters and a Requirements Checklist for OTA
We have published a White Paper on The Hidden Costs of Homegrown Updaters to help everyone understand the range of costs to build a feature-complete software update mechanism for your IoT devices. As more and more embedded systems are coming online, basic capabilities such as the ability to update and patch them are being overlooked and don't take into consideration certain risks, which we detai...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
Our guest blog post on Embedded Computing Design | Why we created Mender
We were a guest blog contributor on Embedded Computing Design with a post on why we created Mender. You can read about it here.Read the article
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
Firmware over-the-air: package-based vs image-based updates
Here at Mender.io, we did a comprehensive survey with embedded developers and what they did with devices that required software updates over-the-air (OTA). Our findings included two very distinct approaches to handling updates, which we will go over in more detail in this blog post.
The results of our survey included the following:Read the article