The basics of the Internet of Things includes the things, wired or wireless connectivity, the data, edge gateways, a platform to capture and organize the data, apps and analytics, visualizations plus the ability to take actions on derived insights.
The Industrial Internet of Things is a lot like football. Sensors relay data to devices like a center hikes the ball to a quarterback.
If you're attending Visual Studio Live! Redmond 2015, come check out my session on Making the Internet of Things Real with Azure IoT Services. At Microsoft, we believe that the Internet of Things starts with your things by building on the infrastructure you already have and using the devices you already own. Microsoft has played... Continue Reading →
Microsoft Azure Event Hubs is a managed platform component of Azure IoT services that provides a telemetry data ingestion at cloud scale with low latency and high reliability. For your Internet of Things (IoT) scenarios, you can think of Event Hubs as the loosely-coupled beginning of an event pipeline that sits between event publishers like sensors... Continue Reading →