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IoT & Azure, the field of possibilities


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Let's talk about what Microsoft has to offer as a platform to help you build an Internet of Things solution. Mainly about Azure cloud but also Machine Learning, Cognitive Services, Windows, Hololens, Open Source

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IoT & Azure, the field of possibilities

  1. 1. IoT & Azure the field of possibilities Alex Danvy @danvy
  2. 2. History
  3. 3. Administration -> sensor data <- commands <- configuration Clients : Dash board, Remote control Objects : Sensors, UX, Communication Servers : Store data, Configuration, Business logic, Business Intelligence System Center Windows Embedded Windows Windows Server, SQL Server, Office 365
  4. 4. Administration -> sensor data <- commands <- configuration Clients : Dash board, Remote control, Gateway Objects : Sensors, UX, Communication Servers : Store data, Configuration, Business logic, Business Intelligence, Privacy System Center Windows Embedded, Netduino, Quark Windows, Windows Phone, XBOX, wearable Private Cloud Public Cloud Public Cloud : Store data (BigData), Configuration, Business logic, Business Intelligence, Machine learning Windows Server, SQL Server, Office 365, Azure, HD Insight/Hadoop, ML, ISS
  5. 5. Why the cloud?
  6. 6. On Premises Youscale,makeresilientandmanage Infrastructure (as a Service) Managedbyvendor Youscale,make resilient&manage Platform (as a Service) Scale,resilienceand managementbyvendor Youmanage Hosting models Software (as a Service) Business model Applications Scale,resilienceand managementbyvendor Why the cloud?
  7. 7. Why the cloud?  Rapidly setup environments to drive business priorities  Scale to meet peak demands  Increase daily activities, efficiency and reduced cost.
  8. 8. Azure
  9. 9. The Azure Cloud Platform HybridEnterprise Grade Hyper-scale
  10. 10. AZURE REGIONS More than AWS and Google Cloud combined 4 more announced 34 Azure regions available today
  11. 11. >120,000 New Azure customer subscriptions/month 5Trillion Messages per week processed by Azure IoT >9Million Organizations in Azure Active Directory > 5Million Developers registered with Visual Studio Team Services >110Billion SQL Databases requests/day >40% Revenue from Start-ups and ISVs Azure momentum
  12. 12. Compliance:
  13. 13. Partners
  14. 14. Platform Services Security & Management Infrastructure Services Web Apps Mobile Apps API Management API Apps Logic Apps Notification Hubs Content Delivery Network (CDN) Media Services HDInsight Machine Learning Stream Analytics Data Factory Event Hubs Mobile Engagement Active Directory Multi-Factor Authentication Automation Portal Key Vault Biztalk Services Hybrid Connections Service Bus Storage Queues Store / Marketplace Hybrid Operations Backup StorSimple Site Recovery Import/Export SQL Database DocumentDB Redis Cache Search Tables SQL Data Warehouse Azure AD Connect Health AD Privileged Identity Management Operational Insights Cloud Services Batch Remote App Service Fabric Visual Studio Application Insights Azure SDK Team Project VM Image Gallery & VM Depot
  15. 15. Azure IoT
  16. 16. Cloud What’s in the Cloud ? Events Storage Near Real Time DB SQL/noSQL Batch Query, Merge & Machine Learning Storage, DB Lambda Architecture
  17. 17. Cloud Azure PAAS Events Storage Near Real Time DB SQL/noSQL Batch Query, Merge & Machine Learning Storage, DB Web App Event Hubs IoT Hub Stream Analytics Web Jobs Blob, Table, Queue Azure SQL PowerBI, ML
  18. 18. Cloud Events Storage Near Real Time DB / NoSQL Batch Query, Merge & Machine Learning Storage, DB IaaS-Open Source Software
  19. 19. OPC Publisher Device Connectivity & Management Analytics & Operationalized Insights Presentation & Business Connectivity IndustrialDevices (OPCandOPCUAServers) Hot Path Analytics Azure Stream Analytics, Azure Storm Presentation & Business Connections Websites, Mobile Services Dynamics, BizTalk Services, Notification Hubs Cloud Gateway IoT Hub OPC UA Integration into Azure IoT Suite Field Gateway OPC API & Client Hot Path Business Logic Service Fabric & Actor Framework
  20. 20. Blockchain Microsoft Innovation from simple ledgers, to cryptlets that fetch trusted and agreed-upon external data needed to execute Smart Contracts
  21. 21. What is Machine Learning? Methods and Systems that … Adapt based on recorded data Predict new data based on recorded data Optimize an action given a utility function Extract hidden structure from the data Summarize data into concise descriptions
  22. 22. The United States Postal Service processed over 150 billion pieces of mail in 2013—far too much for efficient human sorting. But as recently as 1997, only 10% of hand-addressed mail was successfully sorted automatically.
  23. 23. The challenge in automation is enabling computers to interpret endless variation in handwriting.
  24. 24. By providing feedback, the Postal Service was able to train computers to accurately read human handwriting. Today, with the help of machine learning, over 98% of all mail is successfully processed by machines.
  25. 25. SQL Server enables data mining of databases Computers work on users behalf, filtering junk email Microsoft Kinect can watch users gestures Microsoft launches Azure Machine Learning, making years of innovation available Microsoft search engine built with machine learning Bing Maps ships with ML traffic- prediction service Successful, real-time, speech-to- speech translation Microsoft & Machine Learning 20 years of realizing innovation John Platt, Distinguished scientist at Microsoft Research 1999 201220082004 201420102005 Machine learning is pervasive throughout Microsoft products.“ ”
  26. 26. Azure Machine Learning 1. Pick & drop models. No need to write scripts. 2. Uploaded data tables 4. Pre-built commands to transform or manipulate data 6. Evaluate models, Visualize result or export data 5. Specific settings to fine tune the models
  27. 27. Easily turn data into intelligent action Action People Automated Systems Apps Web Mobile Bots Intelligence Dashboards & Visualizations Cortana Bot Framework Cognitive Services Power BI Information Management Event Hubs Data Catalog Data Factory Machine Learning and Analytics HDInsight (Hadoop and Spark) Stream Analytics Intelligence Data Lake Analytics Machine Learning Big Data Stores SQL Data Warehouse Data Lake Store Data Sources Apps Sensors and devices Data
  28. 28. Cognitive Services Give your solutions a human side
  29. 29.
  30. 30. Windows 10 IoT Enterprise Desktop Shell, Win32 apps, Universal Windows Apps and Drivers 1 GB RAM, 16 GB Storage X86 Windows 10 IoT Mobile Enterprise Modern Shell, Universal Windows Apps and Drivers 512 MB RAM, 4 GB storage ARM Windows 10 IoT Core No Shell, Universal Windows Apps and Drivers 256MB RAM, 2GB storage X86 or ARM Premium Entry $ Device Capabilities Windows for Industry Devices
  31. 31. Consumer (client) Producer (server)
  32. 32. HoloLens
  33. 33. Microsoft HoloLens Microsoft Confidential Gaze Gesture Ink Speech Identity Text Holograms Audio Tangible Emotional input output
  34. 34. Virtual Reality A computer’s simulated version of reality Massive, immersive FOV Occlusion limits mobility, usefulness Gaming and focused uses Augmented Reality Data notifications tied to the real world Lightweight, mobile Overlays data, doesn’t integrate Navigation, light communication Holograms Your real and digital worlds integrated, enhanced with holograms Integrates your real and digital worlds seamlessly Not constrained by size of 2D, rectangular displays Intuitive, natural interactions Digital content is wherever you need it Complete Windows 10 computer
  35. 35. A new way to see your world
  36. 36. IoT & Azure the field of possibilities Alex Danvy @danvy