balena releases first fully functional 64-bit OS for the Raspberry Pi 4

Today, we are excited to announce the release of 64-bit balenaOS for the Raspberry Pi 4, providing support for the full 4GB of memory and allowing the simultaneous, side-by-side running of 32-bit and 64-bit Docker containers - a first for the Raspberry Pi 4! BalenaOS is an open-source, minimal, Yocto

Balena secures $14.4m to grow team and bring edge computing to every developer

We’re incredibly excited to announce that we’ve just closed a $14.4m Series B investment round, led by OpenView with participation from our existing investors including Threshold Ventures, Aspect Ventures, and GE Ventures. Balena’s mission is to unlock the potential of physical computing by removing friction for

Living on the edge with livepush… and other CLI improvements

Here at balena, we understand that the primary users of our platform are engineers. For a long time, the tooling we provided for developers and DevOps engineers wasn’t as user-friendly or cohesive as we’d have liked it to be. So a few months back, we decided to focus

Experimental device diagnostics features now available!

Today, we are happy to announce that we are making our internal diagnostics tooling available to balena users. The tools will be accessible by all application Owners as well as Developers. These diagnostics tools contain much of the accumulated knowledge of pathologies and issues that often arise on devices deployed

The balenaFin v1.1 available to order, featuring dual camera support, PoE, and more!

Today is an exciting day for the balena team as we officially release the balenaFin, our carrier board designed for the Raspberry Pi Compute Module 3 & 3+! The announcement coincides with the launch of the v1.1 revision, featuring many improvements to the original v1.0 board we and

Resin.io changes name to balena, releases open source edition

Today we’re excited to announce that resin.io is becoming balena. That’s right, we’re changing our name! Coinciding with the new name, we’re also releasing a beta version of openBalena, the open source edition of our core platform. Our team just returned home from our annual

Evolve your fleet: manage multiple device types in one application

When it comes to managing a fleet of remote devices, we know there are many points of friction. Our goal at resin.io is to eliminate as many of these as we can, and we've put a lot of work into making deployments across device types as similar as possible.

Etcher: Now with multi-write and Compute Module support!

We’re more than pleased to announce the release of Etcher 1.4.3, probably the most exciting release of Etcher since its initial launch two years ago. To understand why this release is so exciting, take a look at this picture: What you see here is Etcher flashing multiple

Your guide to deploying an IoT fleet

We've seen thousands of IoT deployments over the years, and along the way we've learned what makes for the most successful projects. On our new Going to Production page, we share some of the lessons we've learned, collected into a a basic project plan. Our project plan breaks the process

Raspberry Pi 3 B+ now supported on resin.io!

Earlier this month, the Raspberry Pi Foundation released the Raspberry Pi 3 Model B+, a faster, more capable model of their incredibly popular Raspberry Pi 3. The board includes a number of features we know our users will appreciate, and we're happy to say it's now officially supported on the