What's new in Amazon IoT Greengrass Version 2 - Amazon IoT Greengrass
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What's new in Amazon IoT Greengrass Version 2

Amazon IoT Greengrass Version 2 is a major version of Amazon IoT Greengrass that introduces the following features:

  • Publisher-supported components – Amazon IoT Greengrass now offers Publisher-supported components. These components are developed, offered, and serviced by third-party vendors. For more information, see Publisher-supported components.

  • Operate a Greengrass device in VPC – Operating a Greengrass core device in VPC is now available. This enables you to perform deployments in VPC without public internet access. For more information, see Operate an Amazon IoT Greengrass core device in VPC.

  • Greengrass Testing Framework (GTF) – GTF for Amazon IoT Greengrass Version 2 is now available. GTF is a collection of building blocks to support end-to-end automation. It enables Amazon IoT Greengrass Version 2 internal customers to use the same testing framework that the service team uses for qualifying software changes, automated acceptance, and quality assurance purposes. For more information, see Greengrass Testing Framework on Github.

  • PSA-certified – Amazon IoT Greengrass nucleus versions 2.7.0 and later are now Platform Security Architecture (PSA) certified. For more information, see Amazon IoT Greengrass is PSA-certified.

Amazon IoT Greengrass release notes provide details about Amazon IoT Greengrass releases—new features, updates and improvements, and general fixes. Amazon IoT Greengrass has the following types of releases:

  • New feature releases for Amazon IoT Greengrass

  • Amazon IoT Greengrass Core software updates

This section contains all of the Amazon IoT Greengrass V2 release notes, latest first, and includes major feature changes and significant bug fixes. For information about additional minor fixes, see the aws-greengrass organization on GitHub.

Release notes