Our tutorial is the canonical resource for getting started with Omaha. Google's official GitHub repository links to it. The tutorial has already helped tens of thousands of developers learn about Google's powerful technology for automatic updates.
Brave Software, Inc. is the world's largest users of Omaha after Google and Microsoft. They use it to update their browser on tens of millions of machines. In an ongoing collaboration, we are Brave's go-to-experts for questions about automatic updates. One of our optimizations helped Brave save hundreds of thousands of dollars per year. Our exposure to Brave's large user base gives us invaluable knowledge that we bring to projects with other clients.
Our client ships a hardware device and a desktop application to approx. 100,000 users. Both components are updated via our server implementation. The customer was frustrated by having to maintain – and often debug – this server themselves. Especially because it used to be unreliable and crashed easily.
By using our infrastructure, the customer solved all of the above problems. What's more, due to the previous setup being sub-optimal, the hosting did not become significantly more expensive – despite now being fully managed.
Medidata Solutions is a public US company with hundreds of millions of USD in annual revenue. One of their main products is a Windows Service that syncs medical data to the cloud. We implemented their automatic update system. Our solution is based on Google Omaha. By using our installer, update client and updater server, Medidata are now able to roll out new versions of their product quickly and effortlessly.
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