With the use of IoT, device management and monitoring processes have become simpler. However, traditional infrastructure has drawbacks for this type of solution, so if either the device or remote server goes down, data is lost or, worse, accidents can occur. With cloud technologies this is not longer a problem. With serverless design patterns engineers can be alerted when devices go offline or when there is an anomaly in a measured value. In addition, no data is lost during an outage as all data is saved in cloud storage.
Mechatronics Engineering student at the University of Guanajuato, currently doing an internship in France as Cloud & DevOps Engineer. He is co-leader and co-founder of Azure Tech Frogs, he is passionate about technology and innovation through software. He is Beta Microsoft Learn Student Ambassadors, Microsoft Certified in Azure Fundamentals, and is part of other technology communities. He has worked as a consultant for companies, and loves to share his knowledge as a mentor and speaker at tech events.
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