We just wrapped up an incredible week at //build 2016, and we’d like to thank all of the developers, customers and partners involved for making this such a great event. If you missed the Day 2 keynote, it’s well worth watching for a broad look at how Microsoft thinks about cloud technology, and specifically for exciting news about our partnerships with BMW and Schneider Electric – not to mention a fun demonstration of the Azure IoT Suite and a connected t-shirt.
At //build, we also shared a number of product updates, including the launch of our Azure IoT Starter Kits and upcoming support for Azure IoT Hub device management and our open source Azure IoT Gateway SDK. If you weren’t able to attend but want to learn more about Azure IoT, check out the in-depth talks below about our platform and our news this week:
Microsoft Vision for IoT: From Windows Devices to Azure
Microsoft is all in on IoT. Come and learn the latest on both Azure and Windows offerings for IoT and where they are going. Microsoft has great offerings for both operating systems and cloud solutions in the incredibly exciting Internet of Things (IoT) space.
Azure IoT: Complete Cloud Offerings for the IoT Revolution
IoT is the next revolution in computing and an incredibly exciting space. A critical part of IoT is cloud based solutions that enable you to connect, secure and manage IoT devices as well as providing deep insights from IoT data. Azure is all-in on IoT. This session covers our industry leading offerings.
Developer’s Guide to Connecting Devices to Azure IoT
All you ever wanted to know about how to connect IoT devices to Azure and make the most out of all the data coming from sensors leveraging smart data analytics, machine learning and other Azure goodness is in this talk. Here, we discuss our open source SDKs and show you how to use them to connect devices running various OS or platforms to Azure IoT. At the end of the session, you should have a good understanding of what Azure IoT Hub and Azure IoT Suite are, and how developers can use our SDKs to build tomorrow’s killer IoT solution on Azure.