With the latest advances in hypervisors and containerization, IoT software can finally take advantage of cloud-native development methodologies. That’s a good thing, because to deterministic software and dynamic IT apps increasingly need to run on the same device. The key is ensuring that legacy code still meets safety certifications. Read this paper to learn how to architect your system, and how Wind River approaches the challenge.
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