We're excited to announce that IoT Edge support in Azure DevOps Project and Azure Pipelines is generally available. Developers can easily set up CI/CD pipelines for your IoT Edge projects with best practices.
Azure Blob Storage on IoT Edge is now generally available on both Windows and Linux. It’s a lightweight, Azure-consistent IoT module that provides local block blob storage and enables you to automatically upload data to Azure from your local block blob storage using deviceToCloudUpload properties.
The Azure IoT Hub Device Provisioning Service June 2019 release is available. The focus is on a broader enhancement of the provisioning experience and reducing limitations. These new features include Support transferring additional data between device and DPS, symmetric key support for IOT Edge, and relaxing registration ID.
The 1.0.8 version of Azure IoT Edge includes the following improvements Preview support for ARM64 on Linux
Module twins are now encrypted at rest when cached on an IoT Edge device
Performance improvements for uploading messages from Edge Hub to the cloud
Increased reliability for syncing twin updates with the cloud
Improved stability on ARM32
Microsoft has built a new version of the Moby container runtime, v3.0.6, that includes an update to address a recently reported vulnerability, CVE-2018-15664. We recommend that you update the container runtime on your IoT Edge device even though it does not affect standard IoT Edge devices. The product does not use the ‘docker cp’ command which is the point of attack; however it’s possible that advanced scenarios are vulnerable. Modules that have been created with elevated privileges and a mounted docker socket are at a higher risk.