Managing IoT Devices in Azure; the simpler way

 
English Intermediate Architecture

Collecting telemetry data from devices and sending commands from cloud to device are common requirements today for any IoT solution. Azure IoT Central reduces the burden and cost of developing, managing, and maintaining IoT application. Journey with us and we will walk through different features of IoT Central: connect devices, monitor, configure rules, integrate with other services. Learn how to customize IoT central to fit the needs.

Speaker

Ron Dagdag

Lead Software Engineer at Spacee and Microsoft MVP

During the day, Ron Dagdag is a software craftsman with 20+ years of experience working on a number of business applications using a diverse set of frameworks and languages. He currently support developers at Spacee with their IoT, Cloud and ML development. On the side, Ron Dagdag is active participant in the community as a Microsoft MVP, speaker, maker and blogger. He is passionate about Augmented Intelligence, studying the convergence of Metaverse, Artificial Intelligence and the Internet of Things. @rondagdag

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