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August 16, 2022
Cloud IoT Core will be retired on August 16, 2023. After August 15, 2023, the documentation for IoT Core will no longer be available.
February 20, 2019
The Gateways feature is now generally available.
December 11, 2018
The Gateways feature is now in beta.
December 04, 2018
The Device Commands feature is now generally available.
The Device Activity Logging feature is now generally available.
October 09, 2018
The Device Commands feature is now in beta.
The Device Activity Logging feature is now in beta.
July 13, 2018
The Support page received small improvements and the Cloud IoT Core discussion group was removed.
February 21, 2018
General Availability release. Announced general availability of Google Cloud Internet of Things (IoT) Core.
Device registries can now have multiple associated Cloud Pub/Sub topics. For more information, see Creating a device registry with multiple Pub/Sub topics.
Pricing examples have been added to the Pricing page for MQTT and HTTP clients.
The Cloud IoT Core gcloud commands are now at the General Availability release level. The
beta label is no longer required.
An interactive tutorial version of the Quickstart is available.
A sample for how to send large configuration updates to a device is available.
Samples have been added for the following languages: C#, Go, and Ruby.
A Cloud IoT Core discussion group is available.
A new IAM role enables publishing to Cloud Pub/Sub. The global Cloud IoT Core service account is no longer used. For details, see Troubleshooting.
Version v1beta1 of the
projects.locations.registries.devices API resource is deprecated.
September 27, 2017
Public beta release. Google Cloud Internet of Things (IoT) Core is a fully managed service for securely connecting and managing IoT devices, from a few to millions. Ingest data from connected devices and build rich applications that integrate with the other big data services of Google Cloud Platform.