In this blog, I describe how to run the Google Assistant SDK on a Raspberry Pi with an external speaker and microphone. After you get things configured and gather key pieces of information you’ll have a simple, portable and easy to reproduce Google Assistant appliance.
Portainer has been a great asset and we have started to rely on it for single-container image management. Unfortunately, Portainer has been designed for 2 key use-cases. single containers and “stacks” that are meant to be deployed onto Kubernetes or Swarm orchestrators. For many of our demos we want to manage a suite of containers and orchestrate their startup so we can manage large container suites like the 9+ container-based micro-services that comprise the Edge-X project.
At Foundries.io, we are constantly looking across the ecosystem for the best projects to complement the microPlatforms. One such project is Portainer. “Portainer is an open-source lightweight management UI which allows you to easily manage your Docker hosts or swarm clusters.”
The goals are to give a human-readable summary of what’s been merged into master, breaking it down as follows:
- Important changes
- New features
- Bug fixes
- Individual changes: a complete list of patches, sorted chronologically
and categorized into areas, like: