IoT Moby-based container engine from resin.io launches
|Christian Hargrave in IoT Wednesday, October 18, 2017|
Moby-based container engine designed for IoT and embedded use cases has been released by resin.io.
Resin.io helps developers address the challenges of building, deploying and maintaining IoT devices in the field. With the announcement of the Moby project earlier this year, the resin.io team saw an opportunity to leverage experience supporting millions of hours of production IoT deployments to provide the Docker community with an assembly optimized for embedded applications, or any scenario where space, storage, and durability are a concern.
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