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Streamline device management with Device Update for IoT Hub, now in public preview
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The upgraded IP filter protects the built-in endpoint and is more secure.
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.
Starting December 3, all new IoT Hub private links will support connectivity to the built-in Event Hub compatible endpoint. Create new private links to use this feature.
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.
Microsoft is updating Azure services in a phased manner to use TLS certificates from a different set of Certificate Authorities.
IoT Plug and Play device certification is now available from Microsoft as part of the Azure Certified device program.
Azure IoT Device Provisioning Service (DPS) has released general availability support for Virtual Networks (VNET).
IoT Plug and Play new features in Public Preview to continue simplifying IoT.
Disabling public network access for Azure IoT Hub will disable access to built-in Azure Event Hub endpoint on September 30, 2020
When public network access to Azure IoT Hub is disabled, the built-in Azure Event Hub-compatible endpoint in IoT Hub may continue to be accessible via the public internet On September 30, 2020, this behavior will change, and public access to the built-in endpoint will be disabled when public network access is disabled for IoT Hub.
The new Azure Embedded C SDK is designed to allow small and embedded devices, such as IoT, to communicate with Azure services.
More detailed monitoring metrics and diagnostic logs, plus a new troubleshooting guide, are now available to accelerate monitoring and troubleshooting for Azure IoT Hub message routing.
IoT Hub support for virtual networks is now generally available.
Azure Private Link now supports multiple new Azure services in general availability and preview.
The deadline for IoT Hub deprecation of support for transport layer security (TLS) 1.0/1.1 is postponed indefinitely. IoT Hub will continue to support TLS 1.0/1.1 until further notice to ensure compatibility with existing applications and devices.
A new version of Azure IoT Python SDK v2 is now available that focuses on improved connection resiliency of the underlying MQTT protocol layer.
The latest Azure IoT C# SDK release includes two notable updates to .NET implementation support.
Azure IoT Python SDK v2 has just been released with major new improvements.
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