Last week, the Microsoft Ignite event was held in Orlando.
Among others, lots of IoT related sessions were given. Most of these sessions are recorded.
Here is an unsorted, random list of IoT related sessions.
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Last week, the Microsoft Ignite event was hosted in Orlando. As with every Microsoft Event, a lot of new stuff is released by the Microsoft product teams.
The same goes for the IoT Edge runtime, the portal and the logic running on IoT Edge.
The IoT Edge runtime bumped up to version 1.0.2 and there are lots of new features introduced like extended offline operation and proxy support.
And there a lot of bugfixes which is always good 🙂
But the documentation considering the update of your gateways is a bit limited.
If I follow the update procedure, I have to update it on the machine itself.
Let’s check out how we update our runtime remotely.
Update: Microsoft released this document with more details after I wrote this blog. Some parts could be out-dated by now.
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Last week I built this great demo with an Azure IoT Edge running on Industrial hardware, reading temperature, humidity, fan activity and led activity. But there was something missing…
I needed a simple dashboard to represent the values which were ingested by my Azure IoTHub and sent to an Azure Function.
Normally I build a basic website myself or I use tooling like PowerBI. It’s not that hard to get something sufficiently running for a demo.
But the last couple of weeks I was looking around for generic, off-the-shelf IoT Dashboards. And I had a couple of questions about their capabilities. What is on the market? What connectivity do they use? How many messages can I Ingest per time window? How do I configure the visual components? Etc.
I have reviewed a number of them and then I was checking out Adafruit IO.
This is what they see about themselves:
“Our simple client libraries work with the most popular devices such as the Adafruit Feather Huzzah, ESP8266, Raspberry Pi, Arduino, and more.”
I was triggered by the ‘more’ part. Does it also work with non-Adafruit devices? Because I know Adafruit from their DIY electronics shop, I was interested in what they are offering. And I was pleasantly surprised.
Let’s take a look at how we can integrate Adafruit IO in a generic demo with industrial hardware.
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