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The latest version of Azure IoT Edge includes the following improvements. See the full release notes on the GitHub release page.
Azure Event Grid is now available on Azure IoT Edge
We're excited to announce that IoT Edge support in Azure DevOps Project and Azure Pipelines is generally available. Developers can easily set up CI/CD pipelines for IoT Edge projects with best practices.
Azure Blob Storage on IoT Edge is a lightweight, Azure-consistent IoT module that provides local block blob storage and enables you to automatically upload data to Azure from your local block blob storage using deviceToCloudUpload properties.
Azure Security Center allows you to protect your end-to-end IoT deployment with threat protection that identifies emerging threats and provides you with steps for remediation.
Azure IoT Edge 1.0.8 release is available with multiple improvements.
A security fix which addresses CVE-2018-15664 is available for Azure IoT Edge.
The 1.0.7 update of Azure IoT Edge fixes connectivity issues, introduces a troubleshooting tool, and is the first version which is generally available on Windows.
Today we’re announcing IoT Plug and Play, which is based on an open modeling language that allows developers to connect IoT devices to the cloud without having to write any code.
Azure is now the first major public cloud with end-to-end security for IoT for your devices, hubs and cloud resources. We are adding advanced threat protection for IoT to three key services: Azure Security Center, Azure Sentinel and Azure IoT Hub.
A fix to CVE-2019-5736 is available for Azure IoT Edge.
Azure Stream Analytics on IoT Edge empowers developers to deploy near-real-time analytical intelligence closer to IoT devices so that they can unlock the full value of device-generated data.
Azure Functions runtime 2.0 is now available on IoT Edge.
The 1.0.4 update of Azure IoT Edge contains connectivity improvements, puts C# functions in general availability, and allows for longer createOptions fields.
Developers who create Stream Analytics modules for Azure IoT Edge can now write custom C# functions and invoke them right in the query through user-defined functions.
C# user-defined functions (UDF) support for Azure Stream Analytics on IoT Edge is now available in preview.
Extended edge offline support is a new feature of Azure IoT Edge in preview that offers robust offline operation.
Azure IoT Edge, a fully managed service that delivers cloud intelligence locally by deploying and running artificial intelligence (AI), Azure services, and custom logic directly on cross-platform IoT devices, is now generally available.
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