Yocto or Ubuntu Core for your embedded Linux project?

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You are ready to tackle your next embedded project and picked Yocto to build the embedded Linux distro. After a particularly steep learning curve and painful debugging sessions during the build process, you face the harsh reality of not getting to market fast. Competition is catching up or leaving you behind.

Given the ongoing investment in expensive kernel engineers, you go to production with your Yocto-based system but realise you are on your own regarding security and upgrades. The maintenance effort and management of variants prove to be unexpected pain points you hadn’t factored in.

Key considerations for your embedded Linux project

Embedded Linux development doesn’t have to be a journey of anxiety. Ubuntu Core provides developers what a DIY Linux distro cannot give them: a faster time to market, and tested and trusted security and update strategies. Whether you are an engineer looking to understand the pros and cons of Yocto or are evaluating Ubuntu Core in your next project, this webinar is for you.

What can I learn from this webinar?

  • Key considerations when choosing the OS of an embedded Linux system
  • The pros and cons of using Yocto for embedded systems
  • How Ubuntu Core enables developers to focus on their value-add software
  • How to get to market fast when using embedded Linux

Yocto Project and all related marks and logos are trademarks of The Linux Foundation. This presentation is not, in any way, endorsed by the Yocto Project or The Linux Foundation.