Release Party: Improving balenaCloud Docs

This Release Party featured balenistas banding together to improve the balenaCloud documentation. We explored how our team or the community could contribute to the docs, and made a little contest out of it while learning a few things along the way. What’s a release party? Our team gets together

Introducing the new balenaCloud sidebar

During balena's Release Party 3, our team designed and deployed a new sidebar on balenaCloud in less than eight hours. This includes improvement of the menu experience and innovative breadcrumbs. Thanks to every teammate who contributed to redesign the sidebar. Better navigation for better fleet management We’ve been looking

Introducing balenaHub: an easier way to find and publish apps and projects for edge devices

Now you can find IoT and edge projects created by other product builders, like you. Simply go to balenaHub, find a project that you want to try, add your devices, and begin. We built this feature as part of our second Release Party. Massive thanks for every teammate who contributed

Introducing lightweight high-level device metrics in balenaCloud

Now you can surface and view device performance metrics on the balenaCloud dashboard. This is a lightweight way to get a high-level summary of CPU, RAM, and storage utilization, CPU temperature, undervoltage warnings, and other important metrics on every device within your fleet. This device metric summary is now available