Save the date: Tue, April 4, 2023 6:00 PM CET
Building upon years of contributions from the wider Linux community, Ubuntu is the most widely used OS among professional developers and the preferred open-source enabler for thousands of development teams.
But Linux on devices must be treated differently than on servers to reduce the cost of maintenance and the risk of failure in the field. To respond to this need, Canonical developed Ubuntu Core, an Ubuntu flavour optimised for embedded devices.
Ubuntu Core is also open source, binary-compatible and backed by a strong developer community but it is specifically designed for the world of IoT. It is optimised for security and reliable OTA updates, with its entire ecosystem engineered to solve the major bottlenecks behind shipping embedded Linux devices in production.
In this webinar, we will discuss:
- The challenges of managing IoT and edge devices at scale
- The key security pillars before going to production with embedded Linux
- Why Ubuntu Core is the new standard for the embedded world