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Migrating to Ubuntu Core

How do you deploy an IoT application at scale and maintain it over the long-term?

Innovators around the world are looking for answers to these questions. Security is a prime concern for critical embedded IoT applications. Furthermore, the operational cost incurred by provisioning, commissioning and managing large fleets of IoT devices can be exorbitant.

Ubuntu Core is a lightweight version of classic Ubuntu built on snap application containers, and optimised for securely deploying and maintaining critical IoT applications. It was developed with the operational challenges faced by IoT innovators in mind.

In this webinar, we will walk through the journey of productising an IoT application with Ubuntu Core. We will start by developing an application on a Raspberry Pi running Ubuntu Server. Then we will go through the process of packaging the application into a snap, which we will test in development mode on Ubuntu Server. Finally we will migrate the application to Ubuntu Core in a fully confined snap. The lifecycle management of the IoT application running in production on Ubuntu Core will be demonstrated.
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