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Linux IoT: From Prototype to Production

Mender's Drew Moseley gave a talk at the recent Embedded Linux Conference/OpenIoT Summit in Edinburgh on the considerations device manufacturers should have when designing Linux-based connected devices.

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OSCON and upcoming events

19th Jul 2018

Today, Mender's Drew Moseley gave two talks at O'Reilly's OSCON.

You can see Drew (or at least, half of Drew's face) with the audience at the IoT botnet wars talk:

Drew's other talk was Key Considerations for IoT Software Updates.

We will be hosting a joint webinar with Toradex on August 23rd. Details to be released soon!

We will also be an exhibitor and will host a Birds of ...

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Introducing Hosted Mender on Google Hangout on Air

22nd May 2018

We will be live streaming a session of Google Hangout on Air to introduce and demonstrate Hosted Mender on Thursday, May 31st at 10:00am EDT/16:00 CEST.

Please register here!

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Our talk at FOSDEM on IoT Botnets, Linux devices, and the absence of basic security hardening

7th Feb 2018

A member of our team, Greg Di Stefano, had a talk at FOSDEM in Brussels earlier this month. The talk was about IoT Botnets, Linux devices, and the absence of basic security hardening.

We apologize to the folks who could not attend the talk due to the limited room capacity, but we hope you enjoy this talk now.

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Live stream: Unikernels with OTA updates: IncludeOS and Mender for IoT on June 29th

1st Jun 2017

We will be hosting a live stream on YouTube on Thursday, June 29th at 10:30am EDT/16:30 CEST (17:00 UTC). IncludeOS and Mender.io will demonstrate best approaches for safely deploying OTA software updates for IoT devices without downtime or service disruption.

IncludeOS is a performant, minimal unikernel operating system that includes a bootable image, including bootloader, operating system comp...

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