Large-scale commercial IoT deployments are not one size fits all. They require infrastructure that is open, scalable, and secure, with software that can evolve to meet the changing needs of the customer. Ubuntu Core brings a powerful and open architecture to IoT gateways, ensuring they're an enabler of business success for customers, now and in the future.Ben Corrado, Co-founder, Rigado
Securely manage your IoT fleet
Onboard new devices
New devices are securely authenticated and added to your managed IoT fleet. Devices are connected to your enterprise app store, with cryptographic protection built into the operating system and the store. Access to applications and data for each device is in your control.
Track the use of your devices over a dashboard. The IoT app store utilises the APIs provided by Ubuntu Core to extract usage metrics and present them through a user-friendly interface.
Reliable over-the-air (OTA) updates
All updates are delivered as deltas to minimise bandwidth consumption and the associated costs. Over-the-air updates are automatic and transactional, so devices rollback to a stable state if a failure occurs.
Tamper-proof fleet management
Device policies and configuration are defined and controlled by documents stored on the device, and signed by OEMs with strong cryptography. Manufacturers have full control over usage of their devices.
What are the use cases?
Our app stores handle a wide range of business scenarios, from simple software distribution to complex IoT ecosystem development.
App stores can power fleets of software-defined appliances. Devices upgrades can be offered as snaps. An admin interface is delivered out of the box with basic usage analytics functionalities.
Line of products
App stores can be dedicated to specific IoT device series in a model family. Each device model will have a store through which applications are published and managed.
In this scenario, substores are created through which third party IoT applications can be distributed. Third party publishers maintain control of their content when distributed through reseller stores.
Partner OEMs can create shared app stores to complement their applications offering upstream in the value chain. This enables multi-tenancy models.
On premise and supported
Many enterprises and device manufacturers depend on Canonical's IoT App Stores to distribute software to their devices in the field. Additionally, Canonical can provide commercial support plans for enterprises through Ubuntu Advantage. The Snap Store Proxy allows you to control, update and isolate your devices from the internet.
Canonical offers commercial support plans for enterprise deployments providing:
- 24/7 phone and web support
- Access to our world-class technical team
- Private software repositories
- Guaranteed levels of service
- Own app ecosystem control and management
- Snap Store Proxy functionality
Snap Store Proxy
The Snap Store Proxy The Snap Store Proxy is an add-on to the IoT App Store, with a number of applications to meet your project requirements.
- Pin to a specific version of software on your devices
- Use airgap mode for devices disconnected from the internet
- Determine which devices connect to your Store Proxy
- Maximise bandwidth and speed by caching downloads and snap traffic
Global Snap Store
Showcase your applications on the IoT marketplace for Linux.
The Snap Store is the global marketplace for applications on Linux, used by millions of people around the world. Discover snaps, a unique packaging format, optimised for OTA updates and security, perfect for IoT, desktop and cloud. With a huge range of applications available and free to use, find the software you need for your use case. Showcase your applications and boost your user base.
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