How to connect ANY Linux device to Upswift platform in 60 seconds
Upswift device management platform supports any type of Linux based device out-of-the-box - hardware: armv6,7,8 32/64bit and Intel/AMD x86_64bit, software: Debian, Ubuntu, Raspbian, Centos, Yocto based image, or any other adapted Linux based distro.
It's extremely easy to connect a device or a fleet of devices to Upswift platform, and it can be done in any stage of the product development, even minutes before production!
Whether it's a Jetson Nano, Raspberry Pi, BeagleBone, Google Coral, a Dell server, Variscite SoM-6ul, or any other custom system on module / single board computer / regular pc or server, you can connect it instantly to Upswift platform. Let's begin:
Register to Upswift platform.
Turn on your Linux based device, and make sure it's connected to the internet.
After a quick onboarding, you will need to create an Upswift project.
A window with details on how to connect a device will show up. To connect your device, follow the next steps:
Copy the whole command and paste it in the device's terminal.
Run the command and wait until the installation is completed.
Your device will appear on Upswift platform, under the 'Devices' category.
That's it. You can now manage your devices remotely.
Here is a quick video that does the same steps:
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