Raspberry Pis have been there like forever, and have sold like hot cakes for 8 years now. Lots of people have done very ambitious projects (self-driving robots, anyone?), and new ideas and projects surface every day. Be it building a supercomputer by stacking lots of SBCs, a bitcoin miner, a brewery system, home automation, a weather station, or any crazy idea, the only limit seems to be your imagination.
Of course, these little beasts can also be used as servers. For years, Docker has been used only on big servers, but after resin.io ported Docker to the Arm processor, everything changed.
Pretty cool to be able to run Docker on that kind of mini machines, but what kind of service could you run on Docker with so little memory? Lots of things in fact…
And what if you could get the best of both worlds? What could you do with a machine able to interact with hardware (🌡️, 📹 , 🚦) thanks to Docker? Could you transform your Raspberry Pi into an edge computing node, an IoT on steroids 💪 , or anything in between?
Hacker in Residence (Worldline)
Father of two, husband of one, geek in denial, fond of handheld devices since 1989, beekeepeer and permie. #Linux #Android #Docker #ARMV8 #IOT<br><br>Joined Worldline in 1999.<br>Currently works as an continuous integration for mobile development specialist in a transversal unit.<br>Fond of Linux and open source, hand-held devices (SBC…).<br>Also interested in new techniques in gardening, woodworking by hand, bike commuting and tons of other subjects.<br>Disguised as taciturn, but a chatterbox.<br><br>Trying to push the use of ARM Socs in his job and everywhere else…