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Add support Yocto Linux 2.5.1 and 2.5.1+ on Intel Atom processor for IEAM edge device prerequisite OS.IEAM edge device prerequisite OS is described below.https://www.ibm.com/support/knowledgecenter/SSFKVV_4.1/devices/installing/adding_devices.html...
Add basic monitoring capabilities for IEAM services on edge devices
In case of problems with the applications/services on the edge devices (deadlocks or malfunctions), IEAM is not able to detect the issue or restart the service if the docker container is up and running. This is a big issue for administrators of...
Add intelligence to an agent to avoid overcommitting its resources
What is an edge agent's ability to reject agreements if already has workloads running on it that use up its compute capacity? Assume there is an edge device with 1GB RAM, and two services that each state a 1GB requirement. After it signs an agree...
Support `docker run` arguments to enable customers/partners to use IEAM
IEAM (and open-horizon) should support a wider range ofdocker runarguments? I frequently encounter IBMers, partners, and customers who use Docker currently but they use arguments like the following that we don't currently support inhttps://github....