As a wide-range of industries moving forward and building Linux based connected products that meet their market requirements, Linux device management platforms have become popular and essential than never before.
Here at JFrog Connect, we provide an outstanding top-notch technology that places the requirement of the device management platform in the year of 2021
First of all, what is a Linux device management platform in 2021?
A device management platform for Linux based devices is a cloud-based platform that responsible for communicating back and forth with the products that live in the field. The management platform might be responsible for a variety of different tasks that are needed or even necessary to be done remotely as the products already running in production, far from human hands.
Why we need a Linux device management platform?
Linux based products are smart, connected, and mostly: they are complicated and complex as they run a different kind of high-end software tasks in parallel and in different environments. Hundreds or even thousands of them continuity running, will cause a mass of unmaintained devices, from that point, product recalls are just a matter of time. Similar to cloud servers that are being managed 24/7, monitored and controlled remotely, Linux based products require the same treatment, and even tighter.
What tasks can be performed using a Linux device management platform?
To ‘protect’ devices remotely and ensure smooth and stable situation, a device management platform needs to provide 3 major tools – OTA update, control, and monitor, binds with management features to make the daily work easy as possible.
JFrog Connect designed to handle the full problem-solving pipeline by providing all the needed features to support connected products from the deployment to the everyday maintence.