Announcing Mender Hub!
We are very excited to announce Mender Hub: a community-supported repository to enable OTA updates on any board and OS. Our goal is to create the world’s largest repository to enable a secure and robust OTA update process for connected devices. Please join us today and be part of writing the history in securing the world’s connected devices.
There is no out-of-the-box update solution for the...Read the article
New video introducing Mender and the challenge of remotely updating IoT devices
View our 2 minute video explaining the challenge of updating devices remotely and why Mender should be considered over building your own update mechanism:Read the article
Upcoming Events: Talk at Embedded Systems Conference Boston and more
Our own Drew Moseley will be giving a talk on The IoT Botnet Wars, Linux Devices, and the Absence of Basic Security Hardening on Thursday, April 19th at the Embedded Systems Conference in Boston.
Our other upcoming events can always be found on our website, but here is a list of upcoming activities:Read the article
Embedded Linux Conference and OpenIoT Summit
Mender is a proud sponsor for the Embedded Linux Conference and OpenIoT Summit this Monday, March 12th through Wednesday, March 14th in Portland, Oregon. #lfelc #openiot
Visit us at booth 25 or come to one of our two talks:
Tuesday, March 13th at 10:50am (Pavilion East) Comparing and Contrasting Embedded Linux Build Systems and Distributions
Wednesday, March 14th at 3:30pm (Broadway I/II) T...Read the article
The Hidden Costs of Homegrown Updaters and a Requirements Checklist for OTA
We have published a White Paper on The Hidden Costs of Homegrown Updaters to help everyone understand the range of costs to build a feature-complete software update mechanism for your IoT devices. As more and more embedded systems are coming online, basic capabilities such as the ability to update and patch them are being overlooked and don't take into consideration certain risks, which we detai...Read the article