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Overview

Azure Sphere is a secured, high-level application platform with built-in communication and security features for internet-connected devices. It comprises a secured, connected, crossover microcontroller unit (MCU), a custom high-level Linux-based operating system (OS), and a cloud-based security service that provides continuous, renewable security.

Getting Started

Getting Started

  1. 10/4/2019, Video, 0:32:37
    Microsoft has developed the Azure Sphere application platform based on decades of IoT project-based experience. Attend this session for an overview of this astounding device...
  2. 9/24/2018, Video, 0:13:05
    What is Azure Sphere? Let’s ask Ed Nightingale, Partner Architect for the new Microsoft solution for creating highly-secured, connected MCU powered devices. Learn more...
  3. 9/4/2018, Video, 0:07:38
    Check out this sneak peek into the upcoming Special Edition of the IoT in Action Webinar Series – An Introduction to Microsoft Azure Sphere! Azure Sphere is a solution for...

Azure Sphere News

5/11/2022,
It’s Spring! Chery trees are in full bloom (at least in my backyard), weather is warming up (in the northern hemisphere) and Build is just around the corner. If you have not done so yet, register...
4/28/2022,
Linux Kernel “Dirty Pipe” The Linux “Dirty Pipe” vulnerability was publicly disclosed on March 7, 2022. Dirty Pipe allows an unprivileged user to overwrite data in read-only files and escalate...
4/28/2022,
Government regulation of IoT is relatively new and still taking shape, creating a complicated and dynamic regulatory landscape for both domestic and global markets. Given the extended timelines...
4/25/2022,
Without any hard stats, it is safe to say that there has been a proliferation of messages from system integrators and real estate operators alike promoting Healthy Buildings. They base this on...
4/11/2022,
Azure Sphere OS version 22.04 is now available in the Retail feed. This release includes an upgrade to the Linux kernel (5.10.103) and bug fixes in the Azure Sphere OS; it does not include an...
3/28/2022,
Azure Sphere OS version 22.04 is now available for evaluation in the Retail Eval feed. The retail evaluation period provides 14 days for backward compatibility testing. During this time, please...
3/28/2022,
ML on embedded hardware   AI-powered predictive maintenance can help identify a faulty machine before a real problem occurs, reducing maintenance costs, improving availability and customer...
3/17/2022,
Azure Sphere version 22.02 Update 1 is now published and available for download. 22.02 Update 1 includes bug fixes for the Azure Sphere SDK for Windows and for Linux, and the Visual Studio Code...
2/28/2022,
The Azure Sphere 22.02 feature release is now available and includes the following components: Updated Azure Sphere OS Updated Azure Sphere SDK for Windows and for Linux Updated Azure Sphere...
2/14/2022,
Azure Sphere OS version 22.02 is now available for evaluation in the Retail Eval feed. The evaluation period provides 2 weeks for backwards compatibility testing. During this time, please verify...
1/26/2022,
Azure Sphere OS version 22.01, previously scheduled to release for general availability on Jan 26, is cancelled. The next release of Azure Sphere will be version 22.02.   During the evaluation...
This week, Jeffrey welcomes Bryan Costanich, Founder of Wilderness Labs and former VP of Xamarin. Bryan talks with us about the state of .NET, the advantages and disadvantages of moving into the...
1/12/2022,
Azure Sphere OS version 22.01 is now available for evaluation in the Retail Eval feed. The retail evaluation period provides 14 days for backward compatibility testing. During this time, please...
12/15/2021,
Creativity, innovation, and forward thinking are all part of a never-ending journey and exploration of what's possible. We've seen this time and time again as innovators and tinkerers have...