Tag Archives: iot

how to run @balena_io #kvm #qemu images

how to run @balena_io #kvm #qemu images

On systems with KVM support:

$ qemu-system-x86_64 -drive file=resin-image-qemux86-64.img, \
media=disk, cache=none, format=raw \
-net nic,model=virtio -net user \
-m 512 -nographic -machine type=pc, -smp 4 \
accel=kvm -cpu host

On systems without KVM support:

$ qemu-system-x86_64 -drive file=resin-image-qemux86-64.img, \ 
media=disk, cache=none, format=raw \
-net nic,model=virtio -net user \
-m 512 -nographic -machine type=pc -smp 4

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try not to get confused between TODAY’s #bigdata & #ai / #blockchain / #cloudsec & #cybersec / smart #iot expos (which have NOT cancelled) and NEXT WEEK’s #ai and #bigdata ¬†/ #blockchain / #cloudsec & #cybersec¬†/ #iot tech expos (which HAVE been cancelled)

try not to get confused between TODAY’s #bigdata & #ai / #blockchain / #cloudsec & #cybersec / smart #iot expos (which are NOT cancelled) and NEXT WEEK’s #ai and #bigdata ¬†/ #blockchain / #cloudsec & #cybersec / #iot tech expos (which HAVE been cancelled) #mktg #mixup #fail

THIS WEEK (EXPO IS NOT CANCELLED)

NEXT WEEK (EXPO IS CANCELLED)

Use the @Oracle #OCI #FnProject to program your #iot #codecard #liveforthecode

Use the @Oracle #OCI #FnProject to program your #iot #codecard #liveforthecode

Installation steps

  • create an oracle oci oracle linux vm instance
  • install docker engine
  • install fnproject container

CodeCard Docs

FnProject – FnProject is a lightweight Docker-based serverless functions platform

FnProject on GitHub

RAW

Button a - long pressed
>>>
>>>
Request:
  host: apex.oracle.com
  port: 443
  url: https://apex.oracle.com/pls/apex/appslab/functions/master
  fingerprint:
  method: GET
application/json
Response:
  {"template":"template3","title":"FSSE8INFO",
"subtitle":"open source advocate",
"bodytext":"dl ml expo 2020                 \n
dl ml expo 2020\n
dl ml expo 2020",
"icon":"duke","backgroundColor":"black",
"barcode":"Oracle Code"}
>>>
Button b - long pressed
>>>
>>>
Request:
  host: apex.oracle.com
  port: 443
  url: https://apex.oracle.com/pls/apex/appslab/functions/master
  fingerprint:
  method: GET
application/json
Response:
  {"template":"template3","title":"VIZZ8INFO",
"subtitle":"open source advocate",
"bodytext":"dl ml expo 2020                 \n

dl ml expo 2020\n
dl ml expo 2020",
"icon":"duke","backgroundColor":"white",
"barcode":"Oracle Code"}
>>>
Button a - short pressed
>>>
>>>
Request:
  host: apex.oracle.com
  port: 443
  url: https://apex.oracle.com/pls/apex/appslab/functions/master
  fingerprint:
  method: GET
application/json
Response:
  {"template":"template1","title":"OSDE8INFO",
"subtitle":"open source advocate",
"bodytext":"blockchain expo                  2020\n
blockchain expo 2020\n
blockchain expo 2020",
"icon":"duke","backgroundColor":"white",
"barcode":"Oracl                 e Code"}
>>>
Button b - short pressed

Request:
  host: apex.oracle.com
  port: 443
  url: https://apex.oracle.com/pls/apex/appslab/functions/master
  fingerprint:
  method: GET
application/json
Response:
  {"template":"template1","title":"OSDE8INFO",
"subtitle":"open source advocate",
"bodytext":"blockchain expo                  2020\n
blockchain expo 2020",
"icon":"duke","backgroundColor":"white",
"barcode":"Oracle Code"}
>>>

what is the @balena.io #iot #cloud ?

what is the @balena.io #iot #cloud ?

https://www.balena.io/what-is-balena

The core balena platform, or what we call balenaCloud, encompasses device, server, and client-side software, all designed to get your code securely deployed to a fleet of devices. The broad strokes are easy to grasp: once your device is set up with our host OS (balenaOS), you can push code to the balena build servers, where it will be packaged into containers and delivered to your fleet.

All your devices and their running services can then be managed, monitored, and updated through the web dashboard, or through our API via the CLI and SDK.

Devices in the balena ecosystem run balenaOS, a bare-bones, Yocto Linux based host OS, which comes packaged with balenaEngine, our lightweight, Docker -compatible container engine.

The balena device supervisor runs in its own container, which allows us to continue running and pulling new code even if your application crashes.

Screenshot_2020-03-01 balenaCloud Applications