IoT is a hot topic these days and can help business a lot to save money, make money, and also provide real-time insights to stay competitive. There are various exciting Azure Services you can use to build your IoT solution using Microsoft Azure. In this session IoT architecture in Azure will be covered as well as critical Azure services required for IoT Solution including Azure IoT Hub, Azure IoT Edge, Azure Stream Analytics and other azure services. Microsoft Products:Azure Iot Hub, Azure IoT Edge, Azure Stream Analytics, Azure Sphere, Azure IoT Central, Windows 10 IoT core
Ehsan Eskandari is an Azure Developer/Architect with over 20 years of experience. He has been developing desktop, mobile and web enterprise applications using Microsoft .NET Framework, SQL Server and Azure in government, banking, insurance, transportation, Legal and utility sectors. Ehsan has been recognized as a Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) on Microsoft Azure category for his contributions to the tech community. He is running Metro Toronto .NET User group and co-organizer of Toronto .NET Meetup and achieved a couple of Microsoft certifications in Azure, .NET and SQL Server i.e. MCSD, MCPD, MCTS. He's passionate about learning new technologies and sharing his experience with fellow peers in the community. Ehsan can be reached on Twitter @EhsanEskandarim, and has a blog at: http://PassionateCoder.ca.
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