AWS IoT Core now makes it optional for customers to send the entire trust chain when provisioning devices using Just-in-Time Provisioning and Just-in-Time Registration

You can now provision devices using AWS IoT Core Just-in-Time Provisioning and Just-in-Time Registration features without having to send the entire trust chain on devices’ first connection to IoT Core. Until now, customers were required to configure their devices to present both the registered CA certificate and the client certificate signed by the registered CA certificate as part of the TLS handshake on devices’ first connection to IoT Core. Effective today, AWS IoT core makes it optional for customers to present the CA certificate on devices’ first connection to IoT Core when using Just-in-Time Provisioning and Just-in-Time Registration. This enhancement makes it easy for customers to migrate brownfield devices to AWS IoT Core, example, from customers’ self-managed cloud solutions.

Source:: Amazon AWS