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The Azure IoT Edge release 1.3 is available with support for Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8 and requires that inbound/outbound communication use TLS 1.2 by default.
Target availability: Q2 2022
Debian is included in the Tier 1 OS support list for ARM32v7 devices. Official packages for Bullseye on ARM32v7 are now available on packages.microsoft.com.
Target retirement date: July 01, 2022
Transition to using Bullseye to continue receiving patches.
Target retirement date: July 31, 2022
Migrate to Azure IoT Edge gateway by 30 September 2022.
Target retirement date: March 31, 2023
Migrate to Azure IoT Edge Hub before 31 March 2023.
The latest Azure IoT Edge releases provide official packages for Ubuntu Server 20.04 on AMD64 and ARM64 devices.
Use the latest IoT Edge Metrics collector module to send metrics to Azure Monitor and leverage updated visualizations to monitor and troubleshoot your IoT Edge devices.
The update brings enhancements to IoT Edge 1.2, Microsoft Defender for IoT, and chipset support.
Generally available: Azure IoT Edge tools for Visual Studio extension now supports Visual Studio 2022
Download and install the Azure IoT Edge tools for Visual Studio extension that includes latest features and .NET 6 support in Visual Studio 2022.
This update provides security and reliability improvements, and support for government and regional clouds.
Leverage existing Windows expertise and seamlessly connect Azure IoT Edge for Linux on Windows devices to Microsoft Azure and quickly bring cloud intelligence to your edge.
Monitoring and troubleshooting your Azure IoT Edge devices just became more simple and efficient.
Our commitment is to simplify IoT for mainstream adoption. As such, we are announcing general availability of nesting capabilities for Azure IoT Edge for industrials to connect their equipment to the cloud through multiple network layers as recommended by the ANSI/ISA-95 standard.
Azure IoT Edge 1.2.0 enables Azure Device Update for IoT Hub and IoT Edge devices in a nested configuration.
Azure IoT Edge 1.1.0 is our first long term servicing (LTS) release.
Azure IoT Edge for Linux on Windows provides the ability to run Linux containers on Windows under the Azure IoT Edge context. This allows you to connect your Azure IoT Edge for Linux instance to your Azure IoT Hub subscription and deploy your custom Linux Edge Modules to Windows devices.
The Azure IoT Edge 1.0.10 release is available with support for diagnostic metrics, message priorities, module startup order, and arrays in twins.
A new Event Learning Path is now available for solution architects, business decision makers, and developers interested in IoT Solutions with Azure IoT Services.
A unified and enhanced Azure Certified Device program was announced at Microsoft Ignite, expanding on previous Microsoft certification offerings that validate IoT devices meet specific capabilities and are built to run on Azure. This program offers a low-cost opportunity for device builders to increase visibility of their products while making it easy for solution builders and end customers to find the right device for their IoT solutions.
New Azure IoT Security product updates include improvements around monitoring, edge nesting and the availability of Azure Defender for IoT.
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