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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.

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  1. Support Device Streams in IoT Edge

    Natively support Azure Device Streams in IoT Edge, preferably by entering Device Streams endpoint in IoT Edge's config.yaml file.

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  2. TPM owner,endorsement and lockout auth values in config.yaml

    The edge daemon will fail to provision the TPM when user set the owner and endorsement auth values of the TPM.
    Quick work around is to add additional fields in the configuration.yaml to allow user to specify the auth values above. By default it is NULL if it is not set for backward compatibility.

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  3. TPM Group Enrollment with Endorsement Certificate

    Currently the TPM Endorsement Public Key and registration ID is used to perform individual enrollment.
    It is desirable to have group enrollment with EK certificate as follow:
    1. Allow user to register their CA/ICA- feature already in Azure portal
    2. user create TPM group enrollment, choose the EK issuer CA/ICA
    3. Azure DPS will check the Edge's TPM EK certificate(verify with CA/ICA) and perform TPM enrollment procedures as in the individual enrollment.

    This feature allow easy enrollment with TPM and yet secure by the TPM enrolment protocol.

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  4. Using TPM keys for Device CA and Identity

    Currently the device CA and the identity keys are generated in PEM files and set the path in the config.yaml as URI link.

    It is desirable to use TPM key and generate device CA and Identity certificate with a root CA and then use the TPM key by referencing to the handle number e.g. 0x81000002.

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  5. Storing the offline capabilities data in user readable format

    The Azure offline capabilities allows us to store the data inside the container and push them to the cloud once the network is connected. These data are also saved in a local directory in the form of binary files. If they can be saved in a user readable format (even a text file or file type depending on the data) it will be very helpful in many cases. For example i have a scenario where the network might go down and if the container or system restarts the unsent data will be lost. If we can store it in some…

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  6. Blob encryption with customer managed keys

    Ability to use customer managed keys (integrating with Key Vault) for Azure Blob Storage on IoT Edge. This would open several scenarios where customers want to encryption data locally using their own managed keys and then easily synchronize those blobs to Azure and Blob Storage on IoT Edge does that already.

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