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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 5.6.0 Release Notes

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Eurotech recommends the latest patch release for most environments.

5.6.2

Components

Everyware Cloud 5.6.2 components:

  • Admin Console 5.6.2
  • RESTful API 5.6.2
  • Events Broker 5.6.2
  • Messaging 5.6.2
  • VPN 5.6.2

Everyware Cloud 5.6.2 is based on Eclipse Kapua 1.2.4 and includes all changes from earlier Everyware Cloud versions.

Bug Fixes

This Everyware Cloud version fixes the following bugs:

  • Fix an error where the Routes were not reloading correctly for children accounts

5.6.1

Components

Everyware Cloud 5.6.1 components:

  • Admin Console 5.6.1
  • RESTful API 5.6.1
  • Events Broker 5.6.1
  • Messaging 5.6.1
  • VPN 5.6.1

Everyware Cloud 5.6.1 is based on Eclipse Kapua 1.2.2 and includes all changes from earlier Everyware Cloud versions.

Bug Fixes

This Everyware Cloud version fixes the following bugs:

  • Fix an error preventing device management operations on provisioned devices

5.6.0

Components

Everyware Cloud 5.6.0 components:

  • Admin Console 5.6.0
  • RESTful API 5.6.0
  • Events Broker 5.6.0
  • Messaging 5.6.0
  • VPN 5.6.0

Everyware Cloud 5.6.0 is based on Eclipse Kapua 1.2.2 and includes all changes from earlier Everyware Cloud versions.

Improvements

Everyware Cloud 5.6.0 introduces the following improvements:

  • add support to entity cache using Redis
  • add support for Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service (EKS) as orchestration platform
  • introduced container deployment automation on EKS supported through Helm Charts
  • support for variable length password generation for MQTT Service credentials during provisioning
  • possibility to configure of VPN Service user and credentials during provisioning
  • Elasticsearch connection is no longer needed if the datastore service is disabled
  • deployment of Message Routes configuration changes no longer require the restart of the Messaging Service
  • introduce support to delegated user authentication with Active Directory Federation Services (ADFS) over OpenID connect
  • introduce REST APIs for the VPN Service

Bug Fixes

This Everyware Cloud version fixes the following bugs:

  • provisioning operations won't fail anymore due to User Data not correctly initialised
  • provisioning operation won't fail anymore when retrying an existing Provisioning Job a second time
  • containers will now correctly support TLS termination when a KeyStore password is provided

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