ClearBlade Stingray Product Release

January 4, 2024

On January 4, 2024, ClearBlade released the latest version of our award-winning IoT software, Stingray. The ClearBlade product team finished the year focusing on simplifying deployment, adding flexibility to the suite, and providing several new features for customers to leverage and enjoy.

IoT Core

Performance: Enhancements to make queries for device information and registry creation faster.


User Interface: In addition to an improved screen layout, the device home page now includes helpful counts of total devices, providing a valuable enhancement over the predecessor product.


IoT Enterprise and Edge

Redis Cloud and Cloud SQL: They can now be used instead of internal built-in deployments. This reduces complexity and allows for leveraging cloud service agreements.


Redis Clustering: A Redis clustered environment to support dynamic IoT deployments on a large scale is now supported.


mTLS: Devices can now provision and authenticate using the mTLS pattern. This is valuable to support migrations from other IoT service offerings.


MQTT 5: Beta features are now available for enterprise customers to leverage capabilities like flow control, max keep alive, and topic aliases.


Intelligent Assets

Performance: ClearBlade continues to learn and optimize Intelligent Assets with performance improvements to the UI and backend.


Event Filters: Filtering on the Assets landing page now includes event filters. This improved functionality includes filtering by event status, events count, rule, event state, event created date, event last updated, severity, and priority.


Performance: ClearBlade continues to optimize Intelligent Assets with performance improvements to the UI on the home page, large event tables, and large asset tables. Additionally, backend enhancements have been made to optimize queries and data return sizes.


Web Security: Continued improvements for HTTP headers and modern security web application best practices.



About the Stingray:

The Stingray Nebula appeared in the 1980s, making it the most recently discovered planetary nebula. This planetary nebula lies about 1,800 light-years away in the Ara constellation.


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