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Tuesday, June 21 • 12:00pm - 12:40pm
How to Leverage an Open Update Protocol to Drive Your Embedded Devices from Any Cloud OTA Provider - Anibal Portero, Pantacor

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Until now, vendors struggle to provide a comprehensive end-to-end solution addressing the software OTA requirements for the connected devices ecosystem. Instead of fostering innovation, the lack of an end-to-end solution has resulted in a number of projects that live in isolation and that only solve specific parts of the OTA deployment requirements. Solutions out there today are very good at solving one end of the story or another, but not both. By decoupling the device side and the cloud side of the problem, we can ensure that our understanding of both parts is not dictated by a preconceived notion of how the other end should be. By providing a comprehensive local control protocol through lightweight Linux containers, device manufacturers can reap the benefits of a tried-and-tested embedded firmware lifecycle management engine while using their OTA backend of choice. In this talk, we discuss how to implement an OTA system client container that communicates with your cloud-based update service of choice and how you can use this with any backend to control the software and firmware lifecycles of your embedded Linux devices with Pantavisor.

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Anibal Portero

Senior Embedded Engineer, Pantacor
Aníbal Portero Hermida Embedded Engineer Geek of everything embedded Linux related. Aníbal has worked in the past on the application side of the device industry and is now applying these experiences to make embedded software development more accessible and easier for everyone. Twitter... Read More →

Tuesday June 21, 2022 12:00pm - 12:40pm CDT
Room 205 (Level 2)
  Embedded IoT, OTA deployments