As the Linux Foundation's Zephyr Project celebrates its fifth anniversary, it has become apparent that addressing constrained device security challenges is more critical than ever. Luckily, the Zephyr Project is rising to meet these challenges. Learn how.

Noting nearly 1,000 contributors, 50,000 commits building advanced support for multiple architectures including ARC, Arm, Intel, Nios, RISC-V, SPARC and Tensilica, and more than 250 boards; the Zephyr Project is throwing a virtual party that will run from June 8 – 10 this year.

The first-ever Zephyr Developer Summit is open to the public, free of charge, and full of Zephyr leaders from around the world presenting real-world use cases, best practices, mini-conferences, and more.