Updating the Edge


Duration: 25 mins
Kat Cosgrove
Developer Advocate - JFrog, Inc.

Devices on the edge are highly varied in hardware and capabilities, even within the same technology space. Knowing that, how do we design an efficient, scalable, and reliable solution for updating the software on these devices, all while minimizing downtime for the user? There is no one-size-fits-all solution to this problem, but we have some tools and techniques at our disposal to make solving the problem easier. Learn exactly why this is an important and difficult problem to solve, and get exposed to tools and strategies you can implement to streamline deployments to your embedded linux devices on the edge.

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