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Overview

IoT Central is an IoT application platform that reduces the burden and cost of developing, managing, and maintaining enterprise-grade IoT solutions. Choosing to build with IoT Central gives you the opportunity to focus time, money, and energy on transforming your business with IoT data, rather than just maintaining and updating a complex and continually evolving IoT infrastructure.

Getting Started

Getting Started

  1. 1/14/2020, Video, 0:16:30
    Azure IoT Central is a hosted IoT app platform that is secure, scales with you as your business grows, ensures your investments are repeatable, and integrates with your...

Azure IoT Central News

5/26/2020,
Last year Microsoft acquired one of the most deployed RTOS products in the market, proven across a vast range of industries and use cases – from mobile phones and fitness trackers, to security...
5/26/2020,
The start of any IoT journey involves connecting things and acquiring data. This requires bringing together disciplines across cloud development, embedded development, cybersecurity, software...
4/22/2020,
  IoT security is a critical challenge touching every aspect of our lives. Security is complex, expensive, and ever-changing as hackers become more cunning. Azure Sphere builds on decades of...
4/15/2020,
NVIDIA's GTC DIGITAL 2020 event is a collection of online content that provides training, research, insights, and direct access to the brilliant minds of NVIDIA’s GPU Technology Conference. ...
4/2/2020,
As a Hackathon exploration, we adapted an IoT Central Python library to create an MQTT-based CircuitPython library for Azure IoT. CircuitPython, Adafruit’s stripped down version of Python for...
3/14/2020,
Looking for interesting readings, watching and hands-on projects for your weekend, while catching up on latest news and updates about IoT at and around Microsoft? Here is your weekly digest. It...
Providers, payors, pharmaceuticals, and life sciences companies are leading the next wave of healthcare innovation by utilizing connected devices.
For many retailers around the world, the busiest quarter of the year just finished with holiday shopping through Black Friday and Cyber Monday to Boxing Day.