Mender 2.3 beta: Easily update system and applications
We are excited to release Mender 2.3 beta!
The focus for Mender 2.3 is to easily update all your device software.
This Mender release includes a ready-to-flash OTA-enabled Raspbian image, a new way to snapshot into system updates and support for generating application updates directly from the Mender server! All new features of Mender 2.3 are fully open source under the permissive Apache 2.0 license.
The key features of Mender 2.3 beta are covered below, and you can see the detailed items in the Mender 2.3.0 beta release notes.Read the article
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