We are happy to announce the production release of Mender 1.3.0!

The key features of Mender 1.3 are listed below below, and you can see the detailed items in the Mender 1.3.0 release notes

The new version includes:

  • Easier device integration: Automated U-Boot patching
  • Yocto Project rocko (2....

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The world of connected devices is growing rapidly. Everything from smart lighting to refrigerators to connected cars all hook into an ever more hyperconnected world in the name of efficiency and convenience. But the promise of smarter, more intelligent products are under threat from botnet operators...

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Mender 1.3.0 beta is here and ready for you to try out!

In addition, we are happy to announce the production release of Mender 1.2.2! The Mender 1.2.2 release notes contains the details on the improvements in the Mender 1.2.2 patch release.

The key features of Mender 1.3 beta are covered bel...

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Last month, Linux Journal published an online article on key considerations for software updates for embedded Linux and IoT. The article was written by our own Eystein Stenberg.

One might think creating a solution for software update of connected devices is easy, but as Eystein shows us, there are...

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On September 27th, we held a joint webinar with Toradex presented by Drew Moseley of Mender and Brandon Shibley of Toradex.

Toradex is a Swiss founded and industry leading embedded computing manufacturer that provides Single Board Computers and System on Module solutions with strong embedded exp...

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There has beeen a lot of interest in the ability to run pre- and postinstall scripts, before and after the Mender Client writes the root file system.

Mender 1.2 not only includes support for pre- and postinstall scripts, but more generally state scripts. State scripts are more general and useful t...

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Mender 1.2.0 beta is here and ready for you to try out!

There has beeen a lot of interest in the ability to run pre- and postinstall scripts, before and after the Mender Client writes the root file system. The most common use case is to do application data migration, for example if application dat...

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Today, Ralph Nguyen wrote a post on "The IoT Botnet Wars: How to Harden Linux Devices from DoS Attacks" on Electronicdesign.com.

While fighting botnets like Mirai and BrickerBot with another botnet, Hajime, may help prevent denial-of-service attacks on the IoT, the best defense is a basic system s...

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This month, Mender's own Drew Moseley wrote a blog post on "Why the Yocto Project for IoT" on Embedded.com. It outlines many of the reasons why we chose it as the first platform to support.

Yocto is essentially a build system and a collection of tools to build your own Linux distribution based on...

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The officially supported hardware platform for the Mender OTA updater client is the Beaglebone. The recipes needed to support this platform are part of the standard meta-mender layer and testing of the client on this platform is integrated into our board farm and automated build infrastructure.

Su...

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Today we are proud to reveal our new name and brand; Northern.tech.

Northern.tech aims to become an international engineering powerhouse where bright and team oriented people work together to create the easiest to use solutions to support our mission of “Securing the World’s Connected Devic...

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