Azure IoT Edge

Azure IoT Edge moves analytics and logic out of the cloud and onto your on-premises devices. Using a cloud interface, you can deploy either Azure service logic or your own code to devices without having to physically access them. And offline capabilities mean that you can extract business insights anywhere, without worrying about maintaining constant communication with a cloud service.

More details about the services are available in the documentation.

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  1. Support Ubuntu Core

    Add Ubuntu Core as supported Operating Systems. It is becoming a preferred "secure by default" OS which is preinstalled on many IoT Gateways. E.g. Dell Edge Gateways

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  2. More options, or configuration parameters, of storeAndForwardConfiguration

    storeAndForwardConfiguration has a parameter, timeToLiveSecs to specify offline period to retain data.

    Preferable to add following 3 parameters to storeAndForwardConfiguration
    1. Limit the amount of disk usage to be used for SnF feature.
    2. Specify the directory/path of storage for SnF feature
    3. Flush un-forwarded messages in SnF memory out to specified files

    12 votes
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  3. Add Raspbian Buster as a Tier 1 OS

    Add Raspbian Buster as a Tier 1 OS

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  4. Force reprovisioning of the IoT EDGE Daemon locally

    Provide some kind of configuration of the IoT Edge runtime where I can select the provisioning scenario which works for me. That means, forced reprovisioning is facilitated by the IoT Edge Runtime.

    This way, eg. an IoT Edge on the move can start reprovisioning on its own to find the nearest IoT Hub without interrupting local compute (data ingest, transformations, executing ML, Executing actions).

    Rebooting an IoT Edge just to force reprovisioning is not an option. The logic on the device has to run 24/7. Lack of internet connectivity (either no internet connection of during reprovisioning to a new IoTHub)…

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