Device Authority, a global leader in Identity and Access Management (IAM) for the Internet of Things (IoT), announced two of its latest KeyScaler platform developments with Microsoft Azure IoT Hub Device Provisioning Service (DPS) and Docker.
Device Authority has developed a complimentary set of solutions for Microsoft, their customers and partners, to enable their end to end service offerings with enhanced security, and to accelerate, optimize, and leverage their investments in Internet of Things (IoT) deployments.
Device Authority brings simplified and automated device registration, onboarding, provisioning and management of credentials for IoT devices that connect to Azure IoT Hub.
Device Authority’s latest software release (KeyScaler 6.4) includes a Microsoft Azure IoT Hub DPS Connector which leverages KeyScaler EPIC (Enhanced Platform Integration Connector) technology, providing customers and partners with reduced complexity, reduced risk and improved security.
KeyScaler automates many tasks for DPS, provides device attestation, and also acts as the source of truth for IoT devices.
“Our product strategy focuses on developments for our KeyScaler platform based on demand from our strategic customers and partners, and in recent months several have asked us to make KeyScaler plug and play for the Microsoft Azure IoT toolset. Today we can better help Microsoft and its partners and customers with our Security Suite for Azure IoT,” said Darron Antill, CEO of Device Authority.
KeyScaler supports any device, any IoT platform, any Certificate Authority, and any Network. KeyScaler can now be deployed inside Docker containers, which expands this agnostic approach to the hosting infrastructure technology, allowing support for any operating system and any infrastructure.
KeyScaler Docker support improves ease of deployment, reduces installation and configuration complexity, allows for automated scaling, and provides cost savings for deployment and management, all while accelerating time to market.