Device Update for IoT Hub provides an end-to-end update solution that securely enables release teams to manage and deploy over-the-air updates to IoT devices. Pantavisor Linux containerizes the Device Update (DU) agent allowing developers and operators to manage and update every component of the system stack with containers, including the DU agent itself. Teams can now secure, update and maintain the software life cycles on containerized embedded Linux systems as well as other architectures from a single unified dashboard.
“Device Update for IoT Hub supports a range of devices from the smallest sensors to your gateway class edge devices, including directly connected devices and those that are in complex topologies where they’re disconnected or nested on multiple levels. Now, thanks to the addition of the Pantavisor update handler for DU, our users benefit from end-to-end OTA deployments that bring LXC Linux container support to achieve modular and streamlined updates for both application containers and system firmware alike.”
Jeff Davis, Principal Group Program Manager, Microsoft
Gather insights and make real-time decisions from device data routed by Pantacor, including global logs, system-level, and device telemetry, metrics, and other application data. Pantacor APIs integrate with popular cloud-native Kubernetes platforms like OpenShift and other open-source projects like Elastic, Prometheus, and Grafana.
“Developers and architects looking to build new applications in, and for the cloud, or migrate existing applications to a cloud-based infrastructure, partner with Red Hat to develop and deliver more supportable solutions sooner. Red Hat certification assures a supportable platform for all types of customer deployment models. Red Hat is thrilled to work with software partners like Pantacor, resulting in the world’s largest open and commercially supportable application ecosystem.”
Mike Werner, Sr. Director, Global Technology Partner Ecosystems Red Hat