If you are interested in learning more about the new AM6442 Sitara Processor family and how you can use it to easily do Linux development in the cloud, please join us for this webinar. This is the fifth webinar in our monthly webinar series. There are two sessions for your convenience: One at 10AM CST for the Western Hemisphere on 7/20/2021 and another at 9PM CST (10 AM GMT + 8) for the Eastern Hemisphere 7/22/2021 (7/23/2021 in Asia). There are registration links for both sessions below.
In this webinar, Foundries.io's Chief Technology Officer Tyler Baker will demonstrate FoundriesFactory, an open source cloud-based Linux development platform, used with the AM64SK. Attendees will see first-hand how FoundriesFactory combined with the AM64SK saves time and cost by enabling secure platform development in minutes with innovative tooling to fully customize your platform and accelerate your time to market.
If you'd like to learn more about this system, we will dive deeper into the software and how the system is enabled by the AM64x architecture. Here are some things you will learn:
Attendees will see first-hand how the AM64SK+Foundries works to enable:
- A minimal set-up cloud based Linux development platform with the AM64SK and FoundriesFactory
- Cloud native gitops driven workflow, designed for distributed software development
- Secure over the air update capability
- End to end secure device and fleet management
- Up to date software for the life of your product
- Container based development and deployment
Click on your desired time slot below to register now for the event.
We plan to run this webinar series on a Tuesday and Thursday (Friday for Asia) throughout the year. Please make sure to subscribe to this post to get updates on future topics.
If you can't attend, a video link and the presentation material will be provided here shortly after the event. Subscribe to the post to get updates.
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Also, please feel free to submit requests by replying below. We will consider all requests for topics that apply to TI Processors from Jacinto and Sitara.