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Telemetry

Mobile Apps Must be Instrumented Just Like IoT Devices

Just like IoT devices, mobile apps should be instrumented to send usage, feedback, error and engagement telemetry to analytic systems. Instrument everything! While many developers have written code or used frameworks to log errors, they only scratched the surface when it comes to the amount and types of metrics an app should capture. Beyond data …
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The Industrial Internet of Things is Like Football

The Industrial Internet of Things is a lot like football. Sensors relay data to devices like a center hikes the ball to a quarterback. Devices send telemetry to IIoT platforms like a quarterback passes the ball to a receiver. IIoT platforms ingest data like a receiver catches a pass. I think you get the idea. …
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Mashup the Internet of Things, Azure App Service and Windows 10 to Deliver Business Value

Learn how to deliver business value by connecting Windows 10 IoT Core, Azure IoT services and Azure App Services. Streaming telemetry from sensors to Azure IoT services is one of the most promising ways an organization can derive valuable insights about their assets. That said, those insights won’t actually help an organization reduce expenses, enhance …
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Getting Started with Azure IoT services: Event Hubs

Microsoft Azure Event Hubs is a managed platform component of Azure IoT services┬áthat 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 …
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Seize the Opportunity of the Internet of Things

There are a lot of newcomers to the Internet of Things (IoT) and Machine to Machine (M2M) space lately. Many of them love to speak authoritatively and often use vending machines as their favorite example use case to illustrate the value of IoT. When you see me use vending machines in a similar fashion, it’s …
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