IoT requires Serverless - Using Azure Functions!

English Introductory and overview Internet of Things

Join us on this session to see how you can integrate serverless into your architecture managing the IoT telemetry stream, LOB Integration, storage connectors, and much more. It doesn't matter if you are running on the cloud with Azure or in an IoT Edge device; serverless is a must-have on your architecture.


Jorge Maia

Principal IoT and Cloud Architect at CrazyTechLabs - Microsoft MVP, MCT

Jorge Maia works as IoT Consultant and Innovation Advisor for Brazil, Europe, and North America companies. He has a wealth of experience in cloud development, hardware design, telecommunication, telemetry systems, and product conception. Jorge is deeply entrenched in the Internet of Things and on help cloud adoption, obsessed with delivering them with quality and the speed needed. International speaker, Microsoft Certified Trainer, CompTIA Technical Trainer, Developer, and sometimes just a Geek. Since 2016, he was awarded Microsoft MVP every year in the Azure category for his work with IoT and Cloud.

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