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The latest release of Azure Sphere brings enhancements and features to the OS, SDKs, and Visual Studio extensions.
Participate in the retail evaluation now to ensure full compatibility. The OS evaluation period provides 14 days for backward compatibility testing.
This quality release of the Azure Sphere OS includes bug fixes and updates to mitigate against the Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures (CVEs) mentioned in the article.
The 21.03 OS quality update includes enhancements to mitigate against 5 CVEs.
The 21.02 release includes new features in the Azure Sphere CLI v2 and promotion from Beta to release.
This update to the evaluation release of 21.02 includes a security fix.
This Azure Sphere quality update of the OS includes bug fixes as well as recent CVE mitigations.
This release includes new memory and current control functions as well as new features in the SDK.
Learn more about compatibility testing with Azure Sphere OS version 21.01.
Learn more about what's new in Azure Sphere OS version 20.12.
This release fixes an Ethernet connection issue for devices with both Wi-Fi and Ethernet enabled.
The 20.12 release includes enhancements and bug fixes in the Azure Sphere OS. It does not include an updated SDK.
The 20.11 SDK introduces the first Beta release of the azsphere command line interface (CLI) v2, which is designed to more closely match the Azure CLI in functionality and usage.
Learn about what's new in the the 20.10 release, including new and updated features in the OS, SDK, and extensions for Visual Studio and Visual Studio Code.
Azure Sphere 20.10 Update 1 fixes some issues reported to us by customers using 20.10 Retail Eval for compatibility testing. The release of 20.10 Update 1 will not reset the retail evaluation period.
The Azure Sphere OS update 20.10 is now available for evaluation via the Retail Eval feed. The 20.10 evaluation release includes an OS update as well as a special evaluation version of the SDK for use during this period.
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.
AT&T powered guardian device with Azure Sphere enables customers to securely connect their devices via AT&T’s cellular network.
The Azure Sphere 20.08 OS quality release is now available in the Retail feed. This update includes enhancements and bug fixes in the Azure Sphere OS including a security update that represents a critical update to the OS.
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