In a separate post, I covered what Azure IoT Hub is and what it brings. Today I’m going a bit deeper and talking about how the devices you’re bringing to the table get managed. IoT Hub provides the features and extensibility that enables devices, as well as the people who program those devices and their architectures, with a robust device management solution.
Today I’d like to talk about Internet of Things (IoT) and the Azure IoT Hub. IoT devices are not your typical devices like mobile phones, tablets or laptops. IoT devices are designed to respond to sensor activity that the device is being used for, like a glass break sensor for instance.
The Internet of Things (IoT) has become a growing topic both inside and outside of the workplace. It has the ability to change how we live and how we work. Many are already on board with IoT, and global IoT revenues are projected to reach over a trillion dollars by 2020. If you’re not there yet, I’d like to talk today about what IoT is and how it’s being used.