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With IoT Plug and Play Preview, solution developers can start using Azure IoT Central to build solutions that integrate seamlessly with IoT devices enabled with IoT Plug and Play.
Azure Security Center allows you to protect your end-to-end IoT deployment with threat protection that identifies emerging threats and provides you with steps for remediation.
IoT Hub expands its capabilities as an event source in Event Grid by enabling subscribing to device telemetry events.
Today we’re announcing IoT Plug and Play, which is based on an open modeling language that allows developers to connect IoT devices to the cloud without having to write any code.
Stream Analytics now allows users to attach query columns as user properties to outgoing messages to helps better facilitate downstream processing and reporting etc.
Azure is now the first major public cloud with end-to-end security for IoT for your devices, hubs and cloud resources. We are adding advanced threat protection for IoT to three key services: Azure Security Center, Azure Sentinel and Azure IoT Hub.
Announcing the new Azure Monitor metric alerts in IoT Hub. These new metric alerts are faster and more flexible than the older classic alerts, and they're also easier to set up.
Developers who create Stream Analytics modules for Azure IoT Edge can now write custom C# functions and invoke them right in the query through user-defined functions.
Azure IoT Hub message routing simplifies IoT solution development and enables you to send messages from your devices to cloud services in an automated, scalable, and reliable manner. Use routing queries to apply customized filters and send only the most relevant data to the service facing endpoints.
Version 1.0 of the Azure Event Hubs package for Node.js is now generally available.
The integration will simplify the architecture and development of IoT applications.
New features and batch services are available for Azure Maps. They support the needs of large-scale enterprises with high volumes of concurrent users, along with users who need advanced functionality.
New features are available for Azure Maps customers.
With the general availability of the Azure IoT Gateway SDK, developers can create on-premises gateways that allow their IoT solutions to do more.
Azure IoT Hub device management enables IoT developers and operators to harness the power of the Azure hyperscale cloud to organize, monitor, query, and orchestrate changes across billions of devices.
Microsoft Azure IoT Hub S3 addresses enterprise scenarios where you have a large number of devices that generate large amounts of data and must transmit messages frequently.
The Azure IoT Gateway SDK, which facilitates the creation of on-premises gateways, enters public beta.
The Microsoft Azure IoT reference architecture provides guidance for building secure and scalable, device-centric solutions for connecting devices, conducting analysis, and integrating with back-end systems.
IoT Hub client SDK portable client libraries are available on NuGet.
Microsoft Azure IoT Hub provides a secure way to connect, provision, monitor, update, and send commands to devices, which allows you to control millions of Internet of Things assets running on a broad set of operating systems and protocols.
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