By Roee Alfasi

The internet of things (IoT) has transformed the way we interact with the world, connecting a myriad of devices to the internet, from smart thermostats in our homes to industrial sensors in manufacturing plants. A significant portion of these IoT devices relies on the Linux operating system due to its flexibility, robustness, and open-source nature.

Deploying software to Linux-based devices, at scale, is a complex and critical process that requires planning, well-thought-out processes, and adherence to best practices to ensure the stability, security, and manageability of the IoT fleet. In this article, we’ll explore some best practices for deploying software on large fleets of Linux-based IoT devices.

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