This release adds significant functionality for deployment, management, and integration with existing infrastructure. In this version we add integration with Kubernetes and introduce the ability to orchestrate from the cloud down to the edge seamlessly. Additionally, this release introduces the new command line tool called "iofogctl" for working with ioFog environments from your local command line interface.
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This is a minor release of Linux Tools to work with Eclipse 2019-09 and licensed under the EPL 2.0. The release is mostly bug fixes.
This is a service release with only bugfixes and tests stabilisation work.
This is a maintenance release providing bug fixes and minor enhancements.
This is a service release of Eclipse Kapua.
The primary purpose of this release is to provide some fixes for the following components:
- Admin Console
- REST API
Alongside those fixes, some dependencies have been upgraded to solve vulnerabilities affecting those libraries.
The release 0.1.0 will be the first minor release of the IoT-Testware.
The biggest features are standardized test solutions for the IoT protocols MQTT and CoAP.
1.6.3 - 20190618 ================ Broker: - Fix detection of incoming v3.1/v3.1.1 bridges. Closes #1263. - Fix default max_topic_alias listener config not being copied to the in-use listener when compiled without TLS support. - Fix random number generation if compiling using `WITH_TLS=no` and on Linux with glibc >= 2.25. Without this fix, no random numbers would be generated for e.g. on broker client id generation, and so clients connecting expecting this feature would be unable to connect. - Fix compilation problem related to `getrandom()` on non-glibc systems.
Packaged IDEs built with components shipped by SimRel 2019-06