This reference architecture shows a serverless, event-driven architecture that ingests a stream of data, processes the data, and writes the results to a back-end database.
This reference architecture shows an end-to-end stream processing pipeline. The pipeline ingests data from two sources, correlates records in the two streams, and calculates a rolling average across a time window. The results are stored for further analysis.
This reference architecture shows an end-to-end stream processing pipeline. This type of pipeline has four stages: ingest, process, store, and analysis and reporting. For this reference architecture, the pipeline ingests data from two sources, performs a join on related records from each stream, enriches the result, and calculates an average in real time. The results are stored for further analysis.
In this experience, you will use Azure Cosmos DB to ingest streaming vehicle telemetry data as the entry point to a near real-time analytics pipeline built on Cosmos DB, Azure Functions, Event Hubs, Azure Databricks, Azure Storage, Azure Stream Analytics, Power BI, Azure Web Apps, and Logic Apps.
We created The Developer’s Guide to Microsoft Azure to help you on your journey to the cloud, whether you’re just considering making the move, or you’ve already decided and are underway. This e-book was written by developers for developers. And it is specifically meant to give you, as a developer, a fundamental knowledge of what Azure is all about, what it offers you and your organization, and how to take advantage of it all. The second half of the guide walks you through scenarios such as a tour of the Azure Portal and creating a Virtual Machine. We also discuss developing and deploying...
This data analysis course teaches you how to use Microsoft Azure technologies like Event Hubs, IoT Hubs, and Stream Analytics to build real-time Internet-of-Things (IoT) solutions at scale.
Ready to learn more about Internet of Things (IoT)? Join expert Jeremy Foster for this Azure IoT overview, and find out how to get started. Explore the fundamentals of IoT and the Azure IoT platform, and see how the Azure IoT Hub service easily connects devices to the cloud. Building on this foundational knowledge of the Azure IoT architecture, take a look at the hardware, software, and services that make your IoT solutions come to life. Learn how to implement cloud-to-device and device-to-cloud messaging, and review some basic device programming using the Azure IoT Device SDKs. Wrap up...
Need an introduction to the Internet of Things? Watch this course, and learn how to develop for Windows and non-Windows IoT devices. You’ll also learn to use Azure IoT Hub and Stream Analytics to establish two-way communication between IoT and the cloud. With lots of code demos and practical tips, as well as additional IoT resources and links to open source code projects, this is a course you’ll want to watch.
Although there is a great deal of hype around Internet of Things (IoT), it is also true that there is actual substance. The enabling technologies … Read more »