Continuing with the OTA blog series part one and part two, this article shows you how to deploy OTA Community Edition inside Google’s Kubernetes Engine (GKE). After completion of these instructions, you’ll have an OTA server available on the internet with a single QEMU device registered to it.
One of the first big decisions we had to make for the Linux microPlatform was our Over-The-Air Update (OTA) strategy. This decision required a lot of time, meetings, beer, and coffee. This article is the first of a small series explaining our recommended approach to OTA for the LMP. This article explains how and why we ultimately chose OTA Community Edition.
In this blog we describe how to use the Zephyr microPlatform and the in-tree Zephyr samples to build, flash and perform an over the air (OTA) update of a Zephyr application over Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE). This demonstration uses the DFU support within Zephyr provided by mcumgr.
Foundries.io is excited to have an opportunity to demonstrate our end to end IoT microPlatforms at this years Embedded Linux Conference and the Open IoT Summit alongside the Zephry project.
This year, the events will take place in Portland Oregon, at the downtown Portland Hilton from March 12-15. Foundries.io will be presenting on 4 topics at this year’s IoT Summit.