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Introduction to IOT & Azure

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An introduction with IOT & Azure

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Introduction to IOT & Azure

  1. 1. What is IOT?
  2. 2. What is IOT? The Internet of Things refers to the ever-growing network of physical objects that feature an IP address for internet connectivity, and the communication that occurs between these objects and other Internetenabled devices and systems. - Webopedia
  3. 3. Current Trend
  4. 4. The most used communication channels to communicate objects to internet in the IoT • WiFi • Bluetooth • Zigbee Wireless • NFC • WiFi direct • Bluetooth Low Energy
  5. 5. Benefits of IoT • Tracking behaviour for real-time marketing • Enhanced situational awareness • Sensor-driven decision analytics • Process optimization • Optimized resource consumption • Instantaneous control and response in complex autonomous systems
  6. 6. Challenges in IoT • Security is vital • Adoption Rate • Compatibility • Power is critical • Connectivity
  7. 7. Main Application areas for the IoT • Home& Building Automation • Smart cities • Smart manufacturing • Wearables • Healthcare • Automotive • etc
  8. 8. How can we build them?
  9. 9. IoT: What do we currently have? • Some devices communicating with some services • Many community projects (Makers) • Some commercial products
  10. 10. Windows Azure $
  11. 11. What is it ? Microsoft Azure is an open, flexible, enterprise- grade cloud computing platform.
  12. 12. Why Microsoft Azure 1: Familiarity of Windows 2: 64-bit Windows VMs 3: Azure SDK 4: Scalability and flexibility 5: Cost benefits and pricing model 6: Data center in the cloud 7: Support resources 8: Interoperability 9: Security 10: Something for everyone
  13. 13. Global Footprint
  14. 14. pay only for what you use
  15. 15. no charge for stopped VMs$
  16. 16. MSDN Credits with Windows Azure
  17. 17. Virtual Machines   
  18. 18. Windows Azure Virtual Networks Build virtual networks that scale • Traditional, familiar approach to build extension to datacenter • Scalable approach to building virtual networks Control over network configuration • Define your own IP address ranges • Be compliant with corporate IT security policy Enables rich hybrid scenarios • Hybrid apps can reach all or portion of the on-premise network • Works with both Windows and non-Windows systems
  19. 19. application building blocks Cloud services
  20. 20. Azure IOT Dashboard
  21. 21. start now. http://WindowsAzure.com

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