Last week, the Microsoft Build conference brought developers lots of innovation and was action packed with in-depth sessions. In case there was simply too much for you to digest, I wanted to pull together some key highlights and top sessions to watch.
Since the release in 2016, developers are using our Azure IoT Python SDK to write device and back-end applications to connect to Azure IoT Hub and Device Provisioning Service, as well as writing modules for Azure IoT Edge (preview). Python is a popular choice for prototyping, and it is gaining traction in the embedded world.
Azure Stream Analytics is a serverless PaaS service in Azure to run real-time analytics on fast moving streams of data. Today, we are excited to announce several new features in Azure Stream Analytics.
Today at the Microsoft Build developer conference, we are announcing a partnership with Qualcomm, one of the largest mobile and IoT chipset manufacturers in the world...
At Microsoft Build 2017 we shared our vision for Azure IoT Edge. At that time we demonstrated the idea of what Azure IoT Edge could do with Azure Stream Analytics job and Azure Machine Learning…
This morning, at the Microsoft Build conference in Seattle, I talked about the key areas of new Azure innovation that enable the intelligent cloud and intelligent edge.
This week at Build, we have the opportunity to show how Azure and Azure Stack enable developers to build intelligent applications everywhere the business needs. Since launching Azure Stack last year,…
We are excited to announce two new features in IoT Hub that are being released in public preview at Build: automatic device management, and module identities and module twins...
For three years we have been investing in helping customers accelerate their IoT initiatives through Azure IoT Suite.
Manage Azure IoT Edge deployments using Kubernetes concepts and vocabulary. This is possible because Azure IoT Edge is built on open, industry standard technologies...