Multicontainer on is here!

On behalf of everyone on the team, I couldn’t be more excited to announce that now supports running multiple containers. This has been the #1 requested feature over the last year, by users of every shape and size. Makers, startups, industrials and global

Remotely updating your host operating system on

At, we offer our users a simple way to remotely update their applications running on fleets of IoT devices. This usually means that users don’t need to worry about updating the host operating system, since their code lives inside of a Docker container running on top of

Announcing balenaEngine: a container engine for IoT based on Moby technology from Docker

TL;DR: balenaEngine is a new container engine based on Moby Project technology from Docker, with an emphasis on embedded and IoT use cases, and fully compatible with Docker containers. Compared to the standard Docker container engine, it supports container deltas for 10-70x more efficient bandwidth usage, has 3.5x

Docker builds on ARM servers: you’re not crazy, your builds really are 5x faster

Last week, we announced the arrival of Docker's multi-stage build feature to the image builder. The main benefit? Much smaller images for faster download times. This week, we're focused on build speed. We can now build your container images on bare metal ARM servers, increasing build speed by

Multi-stage Docker builds for tiny IoT images makes heavy use of Docker containers. Containers make it easy to ship applications with a standard list of parts and instructions, and by bringing this approach to connected devices we greatly simplify the fleet management process. Docker has many features that make it suitable for IoT applications, but

Resin SDK v6 released: OS metadata, browser support, custom locations and more

The resin SDK provides a familiar and well-documented wrapper around the API, allowing you to automate your fleet's operations from JavaScript. It's a great way to coordinate and connect your fleet's behavior to external API's in just a few lines of code. We're very excited to announce a

resinOS 2.0 released in production

As many of you know, we released resinOS 2.0 as a standalone open source operating system last fall, with new features designed to improve reliability and performance. We kept resinOS 1.x as the recommended version within the dashboard as we worked to get 2.0 fully

UP board comes to

We’re very excited to announce that now supports the UP board! The UP board is a community-funded board designed for ‘professional makers’ who need a reliable, high-performing device to build and grow their projects. The UP board is x86-based with a Raspberry Pi compatible 40-pin connector. You

Wifi, Wifi Everywhere!

Has this ever happened to you? You have a application deployed on a device, which you bring with you to another location, but then have trouble updating the wifi network config to connect? We've created resin-wifi-connect to solve this practical issue. In a nutshell this application brings up

Keeping Your System Running with a Host OS Watchdog

When you deploy an application onto a device, two major parts come into play. The first part is resinOS (the host OS), which is the minimal underlying system tasked with managing the network connection and running Docker. The second is your application, which runs on the device as