When you use Microsoft-hosted Linux agents, you can create Linux container images for the x64 architecture only (no ARM, no x86). In order to create IoT Edge modules for other architectures (i.e. ARM), you can use a machine emulator such as QEMU. Here there is how.
If you want to retrieve desired properties or report any change to a Device Twin and you have a Edge device auto-provisioned with TPM, you will need to properly instantiate a DeviceClient: this blog post is for you!
Update: from preview to GA there are two main changes for this article: 1) new api version: 2018-06-30 2) the applyConfigurationContent is now requiring a modulesContent object (previously was moduleContent) In this article you will find some example code snippets to create a new Azure IoT Edge Device programmatically and send it a deployment.json (via REST […]
If you are reading this article, you already know that there is no native support for UDP Protocol when using Azure IoT Hub. In this article I will explain you how to get your custom UDP endpoint.