Grouping by Device Name is now supported in IoT Central Analytics charts.
IoT solution builders can now build an IoT solution once and onboard multiple tenants into it – keeping cost down and reducing management overhead.
September updates include dashboard and analytics enhancements, improvements to device registration, and support for bring your own device keys.
August updates include support for multitenant applications, UI enhancements, REST API refresh, and regional deployments.
目標淘汰日期： 三月 01, 2022
IoT Central V2 is retiring 1 March 2022.
July updates include enhancements to device information displays and new features to help you manage your IoT Edge devices.
June updates include dashboard enhancements, the IoT Plug and Play smartphone app including updated quickstarts, rule condition enhancements, a new responsive UI, and a new Learn module.
Use the IoT Plug and Play phone app as an IoT device to get started quickly with IoT Central or IoT Hub.
May updates include device template DTDL editing, displaying external content on dashboards, other UI and doc enhancements, and CDE parity with CDE v1.
April updates include API general availability, new guidance articles, dashboard updates, IoT Edge updates, and device connectivity events.
March updates include jobs, data export, monitoring, and documentation improvemnets.
February updates include device model, API, dashboard, and documentation improvements.
January updates include jobs improvements, new API features, new data export features, and documentation enhancements.
November updates include IoT Plug and Play support, new pricing tier, a preview of the jobs API, and documentation updates.
October updates job scheduling, enhanced IoT Edge support, dashboard improvements, and documentation updates.
September updates include the data export feature, more jobs improvements, offline commands, new dashboard formatting capabilities, new Power Automate templates, and documentation enhancements.
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.
August updates include jobs improvements, a new file upload feature, a preview of the new data export feature, CLI updates, and documentation enhancements.
Microsoft is updating Azure services in a phased manner to use TLS certificates from a different set of Certificate Authorities.