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Everyware Cloud (EC) is an IoT Integration Platform distributed and supported by Eurotech. Based on Eclipse Kapua, Everyware Cloud offers an open and modular IoT Cloud Platform based on a micro-services architecture. Everyware Cloud provides device management, diagnostics, provisioning, remote access of IoT gateways and devices and integration services for the telemetry data.

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Everyware Cloud 5.4.1 Release Notes

Eurotech recommends the latest patch release for most environments.

Components

Everyware Cloud 5.4.1 components:

  • Admin Console 5.4.1
  • RESTful API 5.4.1
  • Events Broker 5.4.1
  • Messaging 5.4.1
  • VPN 5.4.1

Everyware Cloud 5.4.1 is based on Eclipse Kapua 1.0.9 and includes all changes from earlier Everyware Cloud versions.

New Features

Everyware Cloud 5.4.1 introduces the following functionalities:

  • Messages containing a non-Kura payload now are not discarded anymore, and will be correctly stored in the Datastore

Bug Fixes

This Everyware Cloud version fixes the following bugs:

  • The correct Device Management certificate is now chosen during Device Provisioning

Everyware Cloud 5.4.0 Release Notes

Components

Everyware Cloud 5.4.0 components:

  • Admin Console 5.4.0
  • RESTful API 5.4.0
  • Events Broker 5.4.0
  • Messaging 5.4.0
  • VPN 5.4.0

Everyware Cloud 5.4.0 is based on Eclipse Kapua 1.0.8 and includes all changes from earlier Everyware Cloud versions.

New Features

Everyware Cloud 5.4.0 introduces the following functionalities:

  • new view to manage VPN servers
  • new template to deploy service level monitoring to EC
  • Kafka routing now allows multiple endpoints
  • Device Mutual Authentication is now more flexible when looking for the correct certificates
  • REST API and Console containers can be injected with certificates in order to establish SSL connections instead of relying on Load Balancer SSL termination

Bug Fixes

This Everyware Cloud version fixes the following bugs:

  • the creation of a Device Event won't fail anymore during Device Management operations
  • Web Console won't crash anymore when displaying Provisioning Requests with an invalid Endpoint
  • Web Console won't crash anymore when displaying information about a Certificate that is stored outside of the root account
  • Device Provisioning Request creation won't fail anymore due to a password that doesn't match the security standards; error handling has also been improved
  • various scenarios that could crash the Device Provisioning have been fixed
  • the "Device Display Name - Server Side Defined" settings in ESF is now correctly handled in EC

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