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.Read the article
Mender 1.0.1 released
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...Read the article
Announcing our production-ready release: Mender 1.0!
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...Read the article
Mender server soon to be released as open source
The initial source code for the Mender embedded Linux updater client has been available since early 2016. Since then, the client has gone through many iterations and improvements and you can now do a deployment with it on the virtual QEMU machine, or our reference board the Beagle Bone Black, in less than 10 minutes! Follow our Getting Started guide to get up and running. It has also been inte...Read the article
Embedded Linux Conference 2016
We would like to thank the organizers of the Embedded Linux Conference for having us participate in their event.
You can find the slides for one of our talks, Cryptography basics for embedded developers, on Linux Foundation’s site here.Read the article