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The Levski release of EdgeX is the 11th community release by the Foundry and continues the trend of reliably producing releases since the project’s inception in 2017.
With this version, EdgeX fully embraces decoupled message bus communication with its new support for the delivery of commands (from north to sound) via the message bus. This is in addition to the flow of the sensor data (from south to north) which was available in previous releases.
EdgeX users also now have more system information available than ever before with new features relating to system or control plane events, more metrics telemetry, and the ability to better specify the units of measure defined by the edge sensors and devices.
The EdgeX Foundry 2.3 (Levski) release includes the following major changes and additions since EdgeX 2.2:
EdgeX Foundry 2.3 is a minor release and is therefore backwardly compatible with the previous EdgeX 2.0 (Ireland), 2.1 (Jakarta) and 2.2 (Kamakura) releases.
For a more detailed description of the changes and updates to the EdgeX Levski release, please see Release Notes
To provide EdgeX consumers with a predictable foundation on which to base their commercial offerings, a goal of the Foundry is to outline key release themes at least 12 months in advance and to plan features to be delivered in each release 6 months in advance.
Release cadence is biannual, with targets of April and October for the release months.
Source code for all EdgeX release can be accessed on GitHub. Release branches are tagged with the associated release name (e.g., Levski)
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