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With the new release a developer should be able the change his solutions settings programmatically.

Key is - as always - the permission to read and write the solutions resources. These settings are stored in the solution's policy. Its ID is now additionally visible on the Things dashboard.

Open the list of your subscriptions subscriptions icon
> your Things or Suite for Asset Communication (Beta) instance > Go to Dashboard > Solution > Basic data.

Further, we have prepared a detailed description on how to manage your solution policy ID at Policy of a solution. There you can also find an example on how to empower an application to read the metrics of a specific connection.

Want to see your things listed right at the dashboard? Take a look at the brand new data presented at the service UI.

The main entry point is https://www.bosch-iot-suite.com/ .

Open the list of your subscriptions subscriptions icon
> your Things or Suite for Asset Communication (Beta) instance > Go to Dashboard > Solution > Things.

Find further improvements launched with the latest service update in the Release notes section > March 18, 2019 - Bosch IoT Things - service update.


Need to monitor your connections? Take a look at the brand new data presented at the service UI.

The main entry point is https://www.bosch-iot-suite.com/ .

Open the list of your subscriptions subscriptions icon
> your Things or Suite for Asset Communication (Beta) instance > Go to Dashboard > Solution > Connections > a specific connection > Metrics.

Find further improvements launched with the latest service update in the Release notes section > February 25, 2019 - Bosch IoT Things - service update.

We are happy to introduce you to our new websites on the Suite portal.

For the re-launch, we have re-arranged some of the navigation items and the Service catalog.

|Bosch IoT Suite portal

The dialog to access your account and to manage the services you have subscribed so far, are exactly the same as you know. Thus, while developing your applications, you don't need to consider any changes.

We hope you find the new portal appealing and easy to use.

The new client comes with a different default configuration and API changes

  • By default, the things-client is now configured to API version 2.
  • New BusConfiguration for asynchronous operations.
    The DispatcherConfiguration is not supported any longer.

Find details and migration notes regarding the client at Things-client 4.0.