Microsoft has built a new version of the Moby container runtime (v3.0.4) that includes the Open Container Initiative (OCI) update to address this vulnerability. We highly recommend that you update the container runtime on your IoT Edge device.
Today, we’re excited to offer the open-source Azure IoT Edge runtime preinstalled on Ubuntu virtual machines to make it even easier to get started, simulate an edge device, and scale out your automated testing.
The Azure IoT Remote Monitoring solution accelerator now supports the ability to add actions to your rules that get triggered during an alarm. For example, adding an email action to a rule helps to ensure that you will never miss an alert again.
With the integration of automatic device management into Azure IoT Remote Monitoring, Contoso operators can create, deploy, and manage automatic device configurations, ensuring that their devices always have the correct set of properties.
Azure IoT Edge is now seamlessly integrated with the Azure IoT Remote Monitoring solution accelerator. Customers can leverage this feature to reduce bandwidth costs by processing data locally or achieving near real-time actions by using AI at the edge. For operators, the user interface in Azure IoT Remote Monitoring allows customers to add edge devices, as well as create and deploy edge manifest.
Today, we are announcing the general availability of Azure Stream Analytics (ASA) on IoT Edge, empowering developers to deploy near-real-time analytical intelligence closer to IoT devices, unlocking the full value of device-generated data. With this release, Azure Stream Analytics enables developers to build truly hybrid architectures for stream processing, where device-specific or site-specific analytics can run on containers on IoT Edge and complement large scale cross-devices analytics running in the cloud.