A core belief of Memfault is that we can ship faster when we have good infrastructure in place. An essential piece of this infrastructure is tools to send firmware updates over the air. It enables the team to ship more often and spend more time building features.
In this article, we look specifically at what is required to ship over-the-air firmware updates for Linux systems.
In this blog post, I will demonstrate how to integrate Memfault’s offering on a Raspberry Pi 3B+ running embedded Linux.
In this post, I’ll go through how we evaluated Memfault at Blecon and talk through what we liked and why we decided to use it, how we integrated it into the nRF5 platform and carried the Memfault data over to the Memfault cloud via Bluetooth.