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Internet of Things with Azure

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Intro
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Course Intro2m 14s
Lessons
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Understanding Streaming Data Processing for IoT Hub2m 54s
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Writing an Event Processor for IoT Hub with C#7m 3s
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Handling Device-To-Cloud data with Azure Functions6m 44s
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Processing IoT Hub data streams with Azure Stream Analytics8m 55s
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Sending feedback to devices with Azure Functions 4m 47s
Summary
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Final Thoughts1m 28s
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Duration34m
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Description

Processing Azure IoT Hub Events and Data

Once your data is in IoT Hub, you need to be able to access it; ideally with different processors. Using different processors allows you to break out the responsibilities of each.

Azure provides a few options for processing events and sending feedback to devices. In this course we'll introduce you to Stream Analytics, Azure Functions and raw processing with C#.

If you want to follow along, or just try this out for yourself, you can find the code here.

Processing Azure IoT Hub Events and Data: What You'll Learn

Lecture What you'll learn
Course Intro What to expect from this course
Understanding Streaming Data Processing for IoT Hub  
Writing an Event Processor for IoT Hub with C#  
Handling Device-To-Cloud data with Azure Functions  
Processing IoT Hub data streams with Azure Stream Analytics  
Sending feedback to devices with Azure Functions Reviewing the code for the device
Final Thoughts Wrapping up the course

 

About the Author

Marco Parenzan is a Research Lead for Microsoft Azure in Cloud Academy. He has been awarded three times as a Microsoft MVP on Microsoft Azure. He is a speaker in major community events in Italy about Azure and .NET development and he is a community lead for 1nn0va, an official Microsoft community in Pordenone, Italy. He has written a book on Azure in 2016. He loves IoT and retrogaming.