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A quick dive into k3s and the Mender Update Module for Kubernetes

All of you know about Kubernetes, the open-source container-orchestration system for automating application deployment, scaling, and management. Over time, it is becoming the de-facto standard to automate the deployment, scaling, and operations of container-based workloads in the cloud. The Cloud-Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) is responsible for the certification of the Kubernetes distribution...

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Hosted Mender gets new deployment automation feature

Hosted Mender has been updated with a new feature for deployment automation and filtering, ensuring more time savings and reducing the risk of error during software update deployments.

You can read more about the new features below. If you have an existing Mender Professional or Enterprise account, these features are already available to you. Otherwise, you can always sign up for a new account...

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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...

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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.

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Avoid product downtime and improve customer experience with Schedule Deployments

Typically connected devices run through predictable cycles when they are unused or less used, for instance day versus night time. Times of idleness represent good opportunities to deploy a software update, as any downtime (such as a reboot) will most likely not affect users negatively.

Mender's focus on providing a robust update process makes it suitable for unattended updates, where no humans n...

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