Embedded solution developers need a quick and easy purpose-built embedded Linux for their edge solutions. Binary distribution allows developers to create a purpose-built Linux without the time and expense of starting from scratch.

As processing power increases each year, so does the number of embedded devices. Although some applications require a real-time operating system, using an RTOS comes with several challenges, including cost of development, time-to-market, memory management, security, hardware compatibility, and compliance. This paper shares the latest on an open source, embedded Linux development platform that provides a supported solution to address many of these difficulties while greatly accelerating time-to-market. You will learn about:

  • Binary distribution benefits (compared to source-based)
  • OSTree benefits and purpose
  • Overview of the Linux Assembly Tool (with a Lego brick analogy)