The official release of Cisco IOx 1.3 is now out and ready to upgrade
your edge computing ninja tool belt.Greater scale for your applications.
In this release, you can now deploy your applications to up to 150,000
IOx connected devices using Fog Director ...
As Cisco IOx continues to bring in more developer-friendly features,
DevNet is there to support your needs in Edge computing. Today we are
releasing the first in a series of Learning Labs for getting started
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Cisco IOx continues to expand its capabilities for Fog Computing with
the 1.2 release. For developers, this is an exciting release because one
of the biggest features is the release of the Docker tooling support
that allows developers to use a familiar ap...
Our thanks to Patrick Grossetete for bringing this IOX application on
the CGR to our attention!Summary: IOX code developed by French Telecom
school to demonstrate weather station capabilities on CGR
1000.Information are collected from yoctopuce sensors at...
Hi folks I am running a Python IOx agent that can suddenly hang, mid-execution. In IOx, the application is still shown as running but no more logs are output (or any other form of interact with other services, e.g. http calls to our server).&nb...
Currently, on Cisco IOx platforms, Docker containers are converted to Linux Containers (LXC) by ioxclient and deployed as such in the Guest-OS. Although Cisco offers some tools to manage and monitor containers, there are many more tools available tha...
I'm on a C819 running c800-universalk9_iox-mz.SPA.156-3.M5.bin trying to do some experiments on IOx. All IOx-related config commands and show commands run very slowly and sometimes fail, while other config commands work very well. After configured ev...
I am able to pull the base images for ie4k but the opkg update is failing with below error:
iotg-u@iotg-u:~/sdk/capp$ sudo docker build -t capp:1.0 .Sending build context to Docker daemon 4.096kBStep 1/6 : FROM devhub-docker.cisco.com/iox-docker/ie...
Could some one point to link from where I can get the password key for docker login to 'https://devhub.cisco.com.
I am aware of username as iox-docker but the password key information is not available in below url: