The Foundries.io Linux microPlatform is an extensible software and hardware platform that makes it easier to develop, secure, and maintain Internet-connected Linux-based embedded devices.
Though the Linux kernel and software used for any on of the microPlatform builds may contain out-of-tree patches or features, a fundamental goal is to run as close to the tip, or latest software, as possible so that users of the Linux microPlatform can benefit from the latest changes.
The Linux microPlatform also provides reference applications as Docker containers to enable gateway functionality, such as IPv6/IPv4 routing and MQTT message brokering.
- Building the Linux microPlatform
- Additional Linux microPlatform Targets
- Linux microPlatform Kernel
- Linux microPlatform Persistent Log Support
- Linux microPlatform Development Container
- Linux microPlatform OpenEmbedded / Yocto Layers
- Repo Primer for Linux microPlatform
- Network Debugging
- OTA Device Tags
- Advanced Tagging
- Compose Apps
- Converting Docker Apps to Compose Apps
- WireGuard VPN
- Secure Boot on IMX
- EdgeLock™ SE050: Plug & Trust Secure Element
- Using Secret Credentials When Building Containers
- The Factory Definition
- How Configuration Management Works
- Device Testing
- Offline FoundriesFactory TUF Keys
- Docker Apps