Displaying 1 to 4 from 4 results

iot-edge-v1 - Azure IoT Edge

  •    C

Welcome to the home Azure IoT Edge V1. The second version of Azure IoT Edge can be found at https://github.com/azure/azure-iotedge. The second version of Azure IoT Edge is built from the IoT Edge open-source project which can be found at https://github.com/azure/iotedge. This folder contains the Azure IoT Edge V1 codebase. V1 will continue to be supported. V1 documentation which used to live on docs.microsoft.com has been moved along side the code in this folder. Bugs can continue to be filed on the issues section of this repo.

iot-edge - Azure IoT Edge

  •    C

The Azure IoT Gateway SDK was our first step to enabling edge analytics in IoT solutions. We’re doubling down on, and expanding, this vision as explained in Satya’s Keynote at the Build conference and Sam George’s blog post. As part of this evolution, the SDK is becoming an extensible product you can use instead of a set of code you build. To reflect this, we’re changing the name to Azure IoT Edge.This similarity means that existing solutions can evolve with the product! There will be some infrastructural changes. For example: modules will run in Docker containers and the broker used to pass messages between module code will move to a lite version of IoT Hub running locally in a module. The vast majority of this is shielded from both a module developer and gateway developer.

iot-edge-opc-proxy - Reverse Proxy for Azure IoT Edge

  •    C

This project has adopted the Microsoft Open Source Code of Conduct. For more information see the Code of Conduct FAQ or contact opencode@microsoft.com with any additional questions or comments.Using the Azure IoT Edge OPC Reverse Proxy, client applications can connect to devices in the local gateway network and exchange transparent payloads, allowing developers to implement applications in Azure where the command and control protocol layer resides in the cloud.

nanos - A kernel designed to run one and only one application in a virtualized environment

  •    C

Nanos is a new kernel designed to run one and only one application in a virtualized environment. It has several constraints on it compared to a general purpose operating system such as Windows or Linux - namely it's a single process system with no support for running multiple programs nor does it have the concept of users or remote administration via ssh. Read more about the Nanos Charter here.