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.
Pantavisor is a container framework for building embedded Linux systems. Ricardo Mendoza explains how to develop a Linux OS with Pantavisor using containers to build features in the OS.
Port forwarding in LXC containers is not as straightforward as it is for Docker containers. This tutorial describes how to forward ports with Pi 4 and Awala.
What are the challenges embedded engineers face when managing firmware and apps on embedded Linux for IoT? Learn how containers make distros portable & secure.
Containers are at the centre of agile software development: from fringe open source technology to the core building blocks that power modern software systems.
Learn how Pantabox provides utilities for managing portable containerized embedded Linux systems and apps on Pantavisor enabled IoT devices locally without being connected to the cloud.
Kubernetes is important technology for 5g and edge, but its role differs depending on what edge you are applying it to. Learn how the edge is defined.