Mender 2.5 release: Expanding the security capabilities of Mender
We are excited to release the hosted and on-premise editions of 2.5.0 (together with 2.4.1).
Security and robustness is the prime directive of Mender in doing over-the-air software updates, and we work hard to make sure that directive never goes out of our sight. Mender 2.5.0 is a further testament to that directive and comes with these brand new features focused on expanding Mender’s capabiliti...Read the article
Quickly evaluate Mender with the new FREE 12-month signup trial
We are excited to share with you that we have launched a new free hosted trial version. The goal of this free trial is to help our prospective users and customers evaluate all the different features and capabilities of the latest Mender releases to enable them make a better decision when they decide to select a plan for their pre and post-production OTA needs. The new free hosted trial version...Read the article
Growing fresh veggies with Rpi and Mender
Some time ago my wife and I decided to teach our kids how to grow plants. We both have experience as we were raised in small towns where it was common to own a piece of land where you could plant home-grown fresh veggies.
The upbringing of our kids is very different compared to ours, and we realized we never showed our kids how to grow our own veggies. We wanted them to learn and to understand t...Read the article
Introducing the tutorial category on Mender Hub
Mender Hub is our community platform and so far we had two primary categories:
- General discussions
- This is for feature requests, feedback about the Mender project, help requests and more.
- Board integrations
- This is the place to find resources for integrating...
Meetup on April 17th in San Francisco: Comparing and Contrasting Embedded Linux Build Systems and Distributions
We will be hosting a meetup technical in nature for IoT/embedded developers in San Francisco on Wednesday, April 17th starting at 7:00pm at one of our offices which is about a 5 minute walk from the San Francisco Caltrain station. The address is 450 Townsend Street, San Francisco. Beers and pizza will be provided and the topic will be embedded Linux build systems and distributions and comparing...Read the article