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Guest post | IOOOTA using Mender

9th Apr 2018

The following is a guest blog post from Alan Alberghini, who graciously opted to share IOOOTA's journey in adopting Mender.

I work for an Italian company named IOOOTA SRL whose focus is on IoT devices and, more specifically, we’re currently working on implementing a multi-protocol smarthome gateway/hub solution and all that goes with it:

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Quick Start Package for Mender OTA implementation

26th Apr 2017

We have introduced a Quick Start Package to get users up and running rapidly with Mender OTA for their embedded Linux project. This will include 40 billable hours of professional services (consulting) to help you port the Mender client to your custom board as well as a 6 month subscription of our software support for up to 300 devices for added peace of mind.

The support subscription will inclu...

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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.

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Mender 1.0.1 released

5th Apr 2017

Today we're happy to announce the release of Mender 1.0.1. This is a patch release to improve on our first production-ready version, 1.0.

1.0.1 introduces several bug fixes and improvements, accommodates Docker's new versioning schema and adds drag-and-drop file uploads to the UI.

The changelog can be read at docs.mender.io/1.0/release-information/release-notes-changelog. You can read more...

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Announcing our production-ready release: Mender 1.0!

20th Feb 2017

Today, the team behind Mender is very proud to announce the production-ready release of Mender, 1.0! Mender is the only open source (Apache 2.0) over-the-air (OTA) software updater for embedded Linux devices that integrates both an updater client and deployment management server.

Since the last pre-release iteration, the focus has been on security and reliability features to ensure Mender is r...

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