azeti using Ubuntu Core for process automation in Industrial IoT

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Do you require IoT technologies to be running smoothly 24 hours a day? Can you not afford mission critical scenarios? Azeti, a provider of IoT technologies take these situations seriously and as a result have chosen Ubuntu core to provide more stable, efficient and secure distribution to the IoT equipment they monitor and maintain. azeti IoT software is installed at more than 1000 installations in over 35 countries in verticals ranging from Telecoms, Oil to Healthcare. If these technologies reach mission critical, with the speed of Ubuntu Core deployment, companies can save hundreds of man hours through alerts and automated triggers and even protect the rest of the production process if one area is compromised!

‘Security is fantastic in Ubuntu Core – it’s a self-contained system that houses all the libraries. The Ubuntu stack is read only, isolating it from interference from the outside, that’s really important for industrial environments, it prevents people from changing anything vital.’


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