While the latest hub firmware release turned out to be pretty much a dud with no important bug fixes or notable enhancements, I did manage to turn up something of interest while taking an in-depth dive into the Iris environment. What was found confirmed my previous suspicion raised after uncovering the official Iris API documentation; the Iris level 1 support team, those nice folks that you call when you have a problem, are using a web-based tool themselves, probably from the comfort of their own home.
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Since we are not hackers only curious Iris enthusiasts, it was not appropriate to take the discovery any further as we would prefer to work with the Iris team for a behind the scenes story. To protect the security of the Iris platform we will not disclose this, or any non-publicized URLs of the Iris system. However, just knowing that the tool exists gives us another interesting glimpse into the world of Iris.