Changes Added support for job executions rollout configuration, job abort configuration, and job executions timeout configuration for AWS IoT Over-the-Air (OTA) Update Feature.
Changes AWS IoT Core released Fleet Provisioning for scalable onboarding of IoT devices to the cloud. This release includes support for customer's Lambda functions to validate devices during onboarding. Fleet Provisioning also allows devices to send Certificate Signing Requests (CSR) to AWS IoT Core for signing and getting a unique certificate. Lastly, AWS IoT Core added a feature to register the same certificate for multiple accounts in the same region without needing to register the certificate authority (CA).
Changes This release introduces Dimensions for AWS IoT Device Defender. Dimensions can be used in Security Profiles to collect and monitor fine-grained metrics.
Changes As part of this release, we are extending capability of AWS IoT Rules Engine to support IoT Cloudwatch log action. The IoT Cloudwatch log rule action lets you send messages from IoT sensors and applications to Cloudwatch logs for troubleshooting and debugging.
Changes Added a new Over-the-Air (OTA) Update feature that allows you to use different, or multiple, protocols to transfer an image from the AWS cloud to IoT devices.
Changes This release adds: 1) APIs for fleet provisioning claim and template, 2) endpoint configuration and custom domains, 3) support for enhanced custom authentication, d) support for 4 additional audit checks: Device and CA certificate key quality checks, IoT role alias over-permissive check and IoT role alias access to unused services check, 5) extended capability of AWS IoT Rules Engine to support IoT SiteWise rule action. The IoT SiteWise rule action lets you send messages from IoT sensors and applications to IoT SiteWise asset properties
Changes As part of this release, we are extending the capability of AWS IoT Rules Engine to send messages directly to customer's own web services/applications. Customers can now create topic rules with HTTP actions to route messages from IoT Core directly to URL's that they own. Ownership is proved by creating and confirming topic rule destinations.
Changes This release adds the custom fields definition support in the index definition for AWS IoT Fleet Indexing Service. Custom fields can be used as an aggregation field to run aggregations with both existing GetStatistics API and newly added GetCardinality, GetPercentiles APIs. GetStatistics will return all statistics (min/max/sum/avg/count...) with this release. For more information, please refer to our latest documentation: https://docs.aws.amazon.com/iot/latest/developerguide/iot-indexing.html
Changes This release adds Quality of Service (QoS) support for AWS IoT rules engine republish action.
Changes In this release, AWS IoT Device Defender introduces audit mitigation actions that can be applied to audit findings to help mitigate security issues.
Changes This release adds the GetStatistics API for the AWS IoT Fleet Indexing Service, which allows customers to query for statistics about registered devices that match a search query. This release only supports the count statistics. For more information about this API, see https://docs.aws.amazon.com/iot/latest/apireference/API_GetStatistics.html
Changes In this release, AWS IoT introduces support for tagging OTA Update and Stream resources. For more information about tagging, see the AWS IoT Developer Guide.
Changes AWS IoT - AWS IoT Device Defender adds support for configuring behaviors in a security profile with statistical thresholds. Device Defender also adds support for configuring multiple data-point evaluations before a violation is either created or cleared.
Changes In this release, IoT Device Defender introduces support for tagging Scheduled Audit resources.
Changes This release adds tagging support for rules of AWS IoT Rules Engine. Tags enable you to categorize your rules in different ways, for example, by purpose, owner, or environment. For more information about tagging, see AWS Tagging Strategies (https://aws.amazon.com/answers/account-management/aws-tagging-strategies/). For technical documentation, look for the tagging operations in the AWS IoT Core API reference or User Guide (https://docs.aws.amazon.com/iot/latest/developerguide/tagging-iot.html).
Changes As part of this release, we are extending capability of AWS IoT Rules Engine to support IoT Events rule action. The IoT Events rule action lets you send messages from IoT sensors and applications to IoT Events for pattern recognition and event detection.
Changes IoT now supports resource tagging and tag based access control for Billing Groups, Thing Groups, Thing Types, Jobs, and Security Profiles. IoT Billing Groups help you group devices to categorize and track your costs. AWS IoT Device Management also introduces three new features: 1. Dynamic thing groups. 2. Jobs dynamic rollouts. 3. Device connectivity indexing. Dynamic thing groups lets you to create a group of devices using a Fleet Indexing query. The devices in your group will be automatically added or removed when they match your specified query criteria. Jobs dynamic rollout allows you to configure an exponentially increasing rate of deployment for device updates and define failure criteria to cancel your job. Device connectivity indexing allows you to index your devices' lifecycle events to discover whether devices are connected or disconnected to AWS IoT.
Changes We are releasing job execution timeout functionalities to customers. Customer now can set job execution timeout on the job level when creating a job.
Changes This release adds support to create a Stream and Code signing for Amazon FreeRTOS job along with Over-the-air updates.
Changes This release adds support for IoT Thing Group Indexing and Searching functionality.
Changes As part of this release we are introducing a new IoT security service, AWS IoT Device Defender, and extending capability of AWS IoT to support Step Functions rule action. The AWS IoT Device Defender is a fully managed service that helps you secure your fleet of IoT devices. For more details on this new service, go to https://aws.amazon.com/iot-device-defender. The Step Functions rule action lets you start an execution of AWS Step Functions state machine from a rule.
Changes We are releasing force CancelJob and CancelJobExecution functionalities to customers.
Changes We are exposing DELETION_IN_PROGRESS as a new job status in regards to the release of DeleteJob API.
Changes We are releasing DeleteJob and DeleteJobExecution APIs to allow customer to delete resources created using AWS IoT Jobs.
Changes Add IotAnalyticsAction which sends message data to an AWS IoT Analytics channel
Changes We added new fields to the response of the following APIs. (1) describe-certificate: added new generationId, customerVersion fields (2) describe-ca-certificate: added new generationId, customerVersion and lastModifiedDate fields (3) get-policy: added generationId, creationDate and lastModifiedDate fields
Changes This release adds support for code signed Over-the-air update functionality for Amazon FreeRTOS. Users can now create and schedule Over-the-air updates to their Amazon FreeRTOS devices using these new APIs.
Changes Add error action API for RulesEngine.
Changes This release adds support for a number of new IoT features, including AWS IoT Device Management (Jobs, Fleet Index and Thing Registration), Thing Groups, Policies on Thing Groups, Registry & Job Events, JSON Logs, Fine-Grained Logging Controls, Custom Authorization and AWS Service Authentication Using X.509 Certificates.
Changes In addition to using certificate ID, AWS IoT customers can now obtain the description of a certificate with the certificate PEM.
Changes Added Salesforce action to IoT Rules Engine.
Changes Updates IoT API to the latest available version.
Changes Updates registerCertificate operation, and allows users to specify cannedAcl for S3 action.
Changes Adds `listOutgoingCertificates` and support for allowing autoregistration.