Archive 2016

2016-12 User Authentication with OAuth 2.0 JSON Web Token

A JSON Web Token (JWT) issued by the Bosch IoT Permissions service or by Google can be used to authenticate a user when calling the Bosch IoT Things REST-like HTTP API.
Solution developers who want to use OAuth2 JWT to authenticate users are warmly invited to ty it out.
Find further details at Authenticate as a user.

2016-12 Count function on search results

The new Search sub-resource now provides the possibility to count your things.
Find further details at Search resources.

2016-12 Find out when your Thing last changed

The new _modified field holds the timestamp of the latest change.
Find details at Notes on special fields.

2016-11 New GitHub repo

Our examples have been moved to https://github.com/bosch-io/iot-things-examples.

2016-10 New examples

Our Demo section now describes how use our Historian application.
Further, a new article regarding Multitenancy has been published.

2016-09 Service Update

The Bosch IoT Things service provides now further operational improvements.
Find details at Bosch IoT Things Java API regarding the new Client version 2.4.1.

2016-08 Service Update

The Bosch IoT Things service provides now further operational improvements.

2016-06 Service Update

The Bosch IoT Things team is proud to provide further improvements.
* The Things Java API as well as the integration client provide minor bug fixes and are available in our Maven repository: https://maven.bosch-si.com/content/repositories/cr-releases/com/bosch/iot/things/client/ * You can switch to another Service Plan using the Cloud Foundry CLI, see How to change my service plan?
Last but not least, the efforts towards easier health checks can contribute to rapidly screen our service availability.

2016-05 Service Update

The Bosch IoT Things team worked hard on further improvements.
This Wiki has been moved to a new URL.
The URL where we provide the JavaDoc for the API and our Client also changed, see Bosch IoT Things Java API.

2016-04 Service Update

The Bosch IoT Things team worked hard on further improvements regarding the Client and hardening.

2016-04 Namespace Management

The new service release comes with improvements regarding the Namespace management.
You can define a default namespace, thus in case your solution does not explicitly specify a namespace upon Thing creation, the complete thing ID would not be :yourThingID” but your.default.namespace:your-thing” instead.
Find details at Manage your solution.

2016-03 Facelift

The service formerly known as Bosch IoT Central Registry is now Bosch IoT Things.
Bosch IoT Things

Bosch IoT Things is the continuation of all the previous functionality.
As soon as the additional Bosch IoT Hub service is available, the Things service will use it for its tasks related to secure messaging.
We hope you enjoy the fresh style and appreciate the subtle connection to the other Bosch IoT Suite services.

2016-03 Service Update

The Central Registry team worked hard on further improvements regarding the Client.

2016-02 Service Updates

The Central Registry team worked hard on fixing bug and further improvement.

2016-01 Eclipse announces IoT Connector project

As one of the 3 new Eclipse projects starting 2016, the IoT Connector is announced.

Eclipse logo

Read the announcement https://mmilinkov.wordpress.com/2016/01/14/a-great-start-to-2016/

The open source project was named Hono, see https://projects.eclipse.org/projects/iot.hono.

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