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Overview

Azure IoT Hub is a fully managed service that enables reliable and secure bidirectional communications between millions of IoT devices and a solution back end. Azure IoT Hub:

  • Provides reliable device-to-cloud and cloud-to-device messaging at scale.
  • Enables secure communications using per-device security credentials and access control.
  • Provides extensive monitoring for device connectivity and device identity management events.
  • Includes device libraries for the most popular languages and platforms.

Getting Started

Getting Started

  1. 12/11/2017, Video, 0:11:46
    Olivier Bloch joins Scott Hanselman to discuss Azure IoT and how it is more than just about connecting IoT devices and sending telemetry to the Cloud. They also talk about...
  2. 5/5/2017, Trainings
    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...
  3. 5/9/2018, Video, 1:18:35
    In this demo heavy session you will learn what’s available for modern IoT developers. Azure IoT Hub, Device Provisioning Service, Time Series Insight, Azure Location Based...
  4. 9/26/2018, Whitepaper
    The purpose of the document is to provide an overview of the recommended architecture and implementation technology choices for how to build Azure IoT solutions. This...

Azure IoT Hub News

7/2/2020, Service Updates
When public network access to Azure IoT Hub is disabled, the built-in Azure Event Hub-compatible endpoint in IoT Hub may continue to be accessible via the public internet On September 30, 2020,...
6/24/2020, Service Updates
More detailed monitoring metrics and diagnostic logs, plus a new troubleshooting guide, are now available to accelerate monitoring and troubleshooting for Azure IoT Hub message routing.
5/26/2020,
Microsoft is enabling the ability to run Linux modules with Azure IoT Edge for Linux on Windows 10 IoT Enterprise.   This includes the ability to deploy pre-built Linux modules available in the...
5/26/2020,
  To help you secure your IoT solution from exposure to the public internet, we’re announcing two Azure IoT Hub features to support the virtual network (VNet) connectivity pattern: IoT Hub now...
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,
If you have ever struggled to fit your application into a constrained IoT device, we have great news for you! We released the new Embedded C SDK, built to support microcontrollers, optimized for...
5/21/2020, Azure Podcast
Allison Farris, a Cloud Solutions Architect at Microsoft's UK subsidiary, shares her passion and experience with Azure Functions. She gives us insights into how customers are leveraging...
5/19/2020, Service Updates
IoT Hub support for virtual networks is now generally available.
4/14/2020, Service Updates
The deadline for IoT Hub deprecation of support for transport layer security (TLS) 1.0/1.1 is being postponed indefinitely. IoT Hub will continue to support TLS 1.0/1.1 until further notice to...
3/19/2020,
It's a week that keeps on giving for IoT Edgers, the long awaited 1.0.9 release is generally available now!   There are three central themes to this release - quality, quality and quality! The...
3/18/2020,
We, recently, published a sample of code using MQTT with Micro Python on ESP32. ESP Board can run micro Python, use the esp tool to flash a MicroPython binary on your board, play with interactive...
3/17/2020,
IoT Edgers,   I have an exciting update for you all, the preview refresh of IoT Edge on Kubernetes is available today! Forbes named this technology one of the 10 most interesting announcements at...
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.
2/14/2020, Service Updates
The Azure IoT Java and C# SDKs have each now released new long-term support (LTS) branches.