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During first part of this session, Alexander will give a technology perspective on the motivation, features and possibilities that Ubuntu's latest rendition has to offer for developers and product makers of smart embedded and IoT devices.
Alexander will walk the audience through the building blocks and core ingredients that make up a snappy solution and will show how snappy unifies concepts found in traditional binary distribution with those observed in modern consumer grade Linux products to make a platform for building modern, smart IoT device products.
During the second half of this session Ricardo Mendoza, lead architect behind snappy Ubuntu Core, will showcase snappy Ubuntu Core running on the 96boards Dragonboard 410c. The showcase will include a bottom-to-top image creation demo taking building blocks from the Ubuntu Core online store in real time, followed by a deployment of the image on the Dragonboard hardware, then a demo of available snaps for the platform.
In his part of the presentation, Ricardo will illustrate how well aligned the concepts behind 96boards and snappy Ubuntu Core are, to show how hand in hand they can become a very versatile platform for all IoT and embedded device manufacturers to quickly bring their products to market and benefit from an expanding ecosystem of applications through the Ubuntu Store.