OTA update for embedded Linux systems
Today's embedded Linux systems run on many architectures, with different kinds of Linux based OS - Yocto based image, Debian, Ubuntu, Raspbian, etc. To enable a ready-to-use solution of OTA (Over The Air) on any embedded Linux device, here at Upswift.io we provide an edge device management platform for IoT and Linux devices that capable of deploying OTA software updates out-of-the-box with no complicated integrations.
What is Upswift Micro update tool?
The Micro update tool is an OTA update solution with a lightweight mechanism to deploy files, install packages, and run BASH commands on a fleet of devices at once. The Micro update recipe includes many great features that leave behind the fear in deploying software updates over the air to products that are in production in many different environments.
Besides OTA updates, the Micro update tool is a great solution for deploying quick patches and for managing version control of the product software.
What happens after update deployment?
Every Micro update deployment progress is monitored and share a live output of the update status on each device it deployed to. This system doesn't leave place for doubts and make the deployment process safe and easy even in big scale projects.
An OTA update mechanism can't work alone when it comes to products that "live" far from human hands, it has to be part of a full maintenance platform with tools and features that can help you manage thousands of devices with no worries. Upswift platform includes a rich set of tools that make the product maintenance easy and convenient.
Embedded systems that are based on Linux works with Upswift out-of-the-box, and it takes less than 60 seconds to connect any Linux based device.