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[hono-dev] Eclipse Hono 1.7.4 is available
  • From: "Hudalla Kai (IOC/PAP-DDM)" <Kai.Hudalla@xxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 16 Jun 2021 08:43:38 +0000
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  • Thread-topic: Eclipse Hono 1.7.4 is available
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Dear Hono community,

today we have released Eclipse Hono 1.7.4 [1]. This is a service release
which fixes a few bugs but is otherwise fully backwards compatible with

Eclipse Hono provides uniform service interfaces for connecting large
numbers of IoT devices to a (cloud) back end. It specifically supports
scalable and secure data ingestion (telemetry data & events) and also
supports sending messages (commands) to connected devices.

Release notes are available at [2], a list of issues addressed in this
version can be found on GitHub [3].

Binary artifacts are available from the Eclipse Repository [4] and
from Maven Central [5].

However, the easiest and preferred way of using Hono is by
means of Docker images available from Docker Hub [6]. A Helm chart for
deploying Hono to Kubernetes or OpenShift is available via the Eclipse
IoT Packages project [7].

If you want to give Hono a try, please follow the Getting Started guide
on the project web site [8].

Please refer to the project page at Eclipse [9] for Hono's release plan.


Mit freundlichen Grüßen / Best regards

Kai Hudalla

Software Developer - Bosch IoT Hub

Bosch.IO GmbH
Ullsteinstr. 128
12109 Berlin

Registered Office: Berlin, Registration Court: Amtsgericht
Charlottenburg; HRB 148411 B
Chairman of the Supervisory Board: Dr.-Ing. Thorsten Lücke;
Managing Directors: Dr. Stefan Ferber, Dr. Aleksandar Mitrovic, Yvonne

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