Oracle® Cloud

What's New for Oracle Internet of Things Cloud Service

Release 19.1.5

E70360-27

March 2019

What’s New for Oracle Internet of Things Cloud Service

As soon as new or updated features become available, Oracle Internet of Things Cloud Service instances are upgraded in the data centers where Oracle Cloud services are hosted. You don’t need to request an upgrade to be able to use the new features–they come to you automatically. To obtain the latest version of the Oracle Internet of Things Cloud Service client software, go to the Oracle Internet of Things Cloud Service client software downloads page (see below for more details). Here’s an overview of new features and enhancements added recently to improve Oracle Internet of Things Cloud Service.

Release 19.1.5 - March 2019

Feature Description

Updates to the Oracle Internet of Things Cloud Service Client Libraries

The following changes were made to all Oracle Internet of Things Cloud Service client libraries:

  • Removal of the methods and properties related to the time to live of storage objects.

  • Removal of the methods and parameters related to the immutability of storage objects.

  • Removal of the properties related to Write Once Read Many (WORM).

New and updated documentation

The following new and updated documents are available in the Oracle Help Center:

  • Miscellaneous updates were made to the existing guides to accommodate for new features and bug fixes.

  • Miscellaneous updates were made to the existing user guide, reference documentation, and OBE tutorials to accommodate for bug fixes and changes in the client software libraries.

  • The REST API Reference for Oracle IoT Cloud Service has been updated. See REST API Reference.

Release 19.1.1 — January 2019

Feature Description

New and updated documentation

The following new and updated documents are available in the Oracle Help Center:

  • Miscellaneous updates were made to the existing guides to accommodate for new features and bug fixes.

  • Miscellaneous updates were made to the existing user guide, reference documentation, and OBE tutorials to accommodate for bug fixes and changes in the client software libraries.

  • The REST API Reference for Oracle IoT Cloud Service has been updated. See REST API Reference.

Release 18.4.5 — December 2018

Feature Description

Connector Framework

Connector Framework functionality lets you directly connect devices and services to Oracle Internet of Things Cloud Service without using the Oracle Internet of Things Cloud Service Client Software Libraries. Connectors and interpreters created in Oracle Internet of Things Cloud Service let you connect devices that use a non-IP protocol such as LoRa or devices that are part of a third party cloud service.

Currently, Connector Framework functionality is limited to development environments for testing. Connector Framework functionality will be available in production environments in a future release.

User Management

The new Users dashboard lets you create and manage user accounts.

New and updated documentation

The following new and updated documents are available in the Oracle Help Center:

  • Miscellaneous updates were made to the existing guides to accommodate for new features and bug fixes.

  • Miscellaneous updates were made to the existing user guide, reference documentation, and OBE tutorials to accommodate for bug fixes and changes in the client software libraries.

  • The REST API Reference for Oracle IoT Cloud Service has been updated. See REST API Reference.

Release 18.4.1 — November 2018

Feature Description

Python API Reference for Oracle Internet of Things Cloud Service Client Software Library

A Python API Reference for the Oracle Internet of Things Cloud Service client software library is now available.

New and updated documentation

The following new and updated documents are available in the Oracle Help Center:

  • Miscellaneous updates were made to the existing guides to accommodate for new features and bug fixes.

  • Miscellaneous updates were made to the existing user guide, reference documentation, and OBE tutorials to accommodate for bug fixes and changes in the client software libraries.

  • The REST API Reference for Oracle IoT Cloud Service has been updated. See REST API Reference.

Release 18.3.5 — September 2018

Feature Description

New and updated documentation

The following new and updated documents are available in the Oracle Help Center:

  • Miscellaneous updates were made to the existing guides to accommodate for new features and bug fixes.

  • Miscellaneous updates were made to the existing user guide, reference documentation, and OBE tutorials to accommodate for bug fixes and changes in the client software libraries.

  • The REST API Reference for Oracle IoT Cloud Service has been updated. See REST API Reference.

Documentation Accessibility

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Access to Oracle Support

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E70360-27

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