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Today, we’re happy to announce Pantavisor Engine, a new and exciting version of our lightweight container framework and runtime for embedded Linux-based projects. This new version of Pantavisor extends the capabilities of Pantavisor, enabling service and product operators to install the container runtime agent on top of existing firmware.
This year the Open Source Summit North America takes place in Austin from June 21st to the 24th. The conference gathers open source developers, technologists, and community leaders to further open source innovation. Pantacor will be exhibiting both in-person and virtually. In addition to this, key Pantacor engineers, Anibal Portrero and Ricardo Mendoza are delivering talks.
Ricardo Mendoza explores how an embedded-first container manager helps speed up development by enabling modular architectures with modern technology.
In Part 1 we discussed how to create a VPN gateway with Pantavisor and Tailscale on your RPI. In this post, Sergio takes it further with Pantacor Fleet.
In this tutorial Sergio Marin describes how to use Pantacor and Tailscale to turn your RPi into a VPN gateway to secure and access your home network from anywhere.
Download our whitepaper Software and Firmware Lifecycle Management at Scale to learn how containers built for embedded Linux can help build next generation IoT.
Maintaining and securing IoT systems requires a standardized method for updating the firmware and software. These embedded Linux resources discuss the benefits of containers and automation.