In today's security-first digital age, ensuring secure connectivity to IoT devices is of paramount importance. A wide range of operational and maintenance scenarios in the IoT space rely on end-to-end device connectivity in order to enable users and services to interact with, login, troubleshoot, send, or receive data from devices.
Transforming mobile devices into Internet of Things (IoT) devices have been gaining traction in the IoT space. Mobile devices have a wide range of sensors and a big screen, but most importantly, they are ubiquitous and they are getting cheaper.
A year ago today we launched the public preview of the Azure IoT Hub Device Provisioning Service, and today we announce the public preview of the latest major wave of functionality to automate device provisioning!
Let’s hear from Manuel Cantone from STMicroelectronics on connecting the STM32 to the cloud via Azure!
Azure IoT Hub C SDK is written in ANSI C (C99), which makes it well-suited for a variety of platforms with small disk and memory footprint. We recommend at least 64KB of RAM, but the exact memory footprint depends on the protocol used, the number of connections opened, as well as the platform targeted.
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.
Whether your iOS project is written in Swift or Objective-C, you can leverage our device SDK and service SDK directly and begin turning your iOS device into an IoT device!
Announcing support for X.509 Certificates Authorities (X.509 CA) on Azure IoT Hub. Simplifies creation of initial unique IoT device identities enabling IoT at scale. Ready for provisioning using DPS.
IoT Hub message routing can now be done on message body! Thanks to the inundation of feedback from our customers requesting the ability to route messages based on the message body, the team prioritized the work and it’s now available for everyone to use.
I get a lot of asks for new routing endpoints in Azure IoT Hub, and one of the more common asks is to be able to route directly to Azure Functions. Having the power of serverless compute at your fingertips is very powerful and allows you to do all sorts of amazing things with your IoT data.