Build your own OTA-updatable Embedded Linux Distribution from Prototype to Production
The world of embedded Linux is changing rapidly, and being able to update every piece of software over-the-air (OTA) is fast becoming a requirement industry-wide. This brings more complexity to an already complex market, and many are wondering how to approach this issue without reinventing the wheel each time.
In this session, we demonstrate how Torizon can be used with Foundries.io to securely build, deploy, and test an embedded product for the duration of its deployment. By the end of the session, you will understand how to integrate Foundries.io OTA services with Torizon, produce a platform image, test it on hardware, and deploy it to devices in the field.
- How to easily integrate Foundries.io with Torizon
- How to test your custom image on hardware
- How to deploy your custom image to a fleet of devices
- How to build and update Docker applications on an embedded system
Flash Memory in Embedded Linux Systems
January 18, 2019