ClearBlade Announces Lagoon Release

By Chantal Polsonetti

Company and Product News

Industrial IoT edgeIndustrial IoT edge software platform provider ClearBlade announced the release of ClearBlade Lagoon.  The Lagoon release is a major step forward for ClearBlade with the launch of their new product IoT Core being made publicly available.  In addition, key capabilities for the IoT Enterprise and IoT Edge are now in the hands of developers, and their Intelligent Assets offering has been made easier and faster for new operational users to acquire and understand their assets.


ClearBlade IoT Core is a full featured match to the soon-to-be sunsetted Google Cloud IoT Core, including certificate-based authentication, MQTT connected devices, Google Cloud Pub/Sub message mappings, cloud logging, and many more.  ClearBlade IoT Core provides a fully capable implementation of the Google Cloud IoT Core developer console, allowing for provisioning devices, monitoring status of IoT Solutions, and sending config and commands.  ClearBlade IoT Core features a CLI that allows for migrating device batches to meet developers needs as they remap their IoT Solution for 100% up time.  In addition to a simple Google Cloud IoT Core migration and fully complementary IoT Core offer, ClearBlade now includes the ability and configuration for providing TLS termination with custom domains so customers can control their network.


Existing ClearBlade logging integrations with Loki, Datadog, and splunk have been expanded to include Google Cloud Logging as an out of the box target to keep all logs in one place.  ClearBlade also now natively honors certificate-based authorization over MQTT passed via the connect password field as a JWT token.  This secure offering is intended to provide new flexibility to embedded device developers to select the correct authentication model for their use case.  Service logs generated by microservice and stream services are now easy to search, discover, and maintain with an enhanced log viewer in the console.


Managing user permissions has been made easier with group-based roles to granularly control view and editor at each level of the application from assets and areas to rules and actions.  Users can also quick-select a predefined time range or create a custom time interval and can group attribute data by its unique ancestor asset or by ancestor asset type. 

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