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Quickly build and deploy secure, scalable Internet of Things (IoT) applications using the comprehensive Azure IoT portfolio of managed and platform services.

For more information about Azure IoT see following resources:

Internet of Things News

9/16/2020,
The Internet of Things Event Learning Path is designed for Solution Architects, Business Decision Makers, and Development teams that are interested in building IoT Solutions with Azure Services....
9/16/2020,
Join us at Microsoft Ignite 2020 before, during and after the event (which is September 22-24th). Ignite is a unique opportunity to connect with Microsoft experts and your world-wide community...
9/14/2020,
On September 15, we will publish an update to the TLS certificates used by Azure Sphere devices to establish a connection to the update service.  When a device takes the cert update, it will...
9/11/2020, Service Updates
Microsoft is updating Azure services in a phased manner to use TLS certificates from a different set of Certificate Authorities.
9/11/2020,
Microsoft is updating Azure services in a phased manner to use TLS certificates from a different set of Certificate Authorities (CAs) beginning August 13, 2020 and concluding approximately on...
9/10/2020,
The Azure Sphere OS quality update 20.09 is now available for evaluation in the Retail Eval feed. The retail evaluation period provides 14 days for backwards compatibility testing. During this...
9/10/2020,
We just made building video analytics solutions simpler from edge to cloud with a new Azure IoT Central application template. This application template integrates Azure Live Video analytics video...
9/2/2020, Azure Podcast
Ashish Chhabria, a Program Manager in the Azure Messaging team, talks to us about the newly added support for JMS 2.0 in Service Bus. He discusses the ease at which existing Java applications can...
8/28/2020, Service Updates
Azure Stream Analytics is now available on Azure Stack Hub via IoT Edge Runtime.
8/27/2020, MS Dev Blogs
The explosion of devices in the IoT space is more than a little overwhelming. Where do you start?  Why choose hardware when you can experiment entirely in software? 
8/27/2020, Service Updates
IoT Plug and Play device certification is now available from Microsoft as part of the Azure Certified device program.
Developing solutions with Azure IoT has never been faster, easier, or more secure. However, the tight coupling and integration between IoT device software and the software that matches it in the...
8/25/2020,
I’m happy to introduce our Azure IoT Ask the Expert series to you. Each month, from September onwards, our engineers and specialists will briefly introduce an IoT topic in the Learn IoT...
8/25/2020,
I’m happy to introduce our Ask the IoT Expert series to you. Each month, from September onwards, our engineers and specialists will briefly introduce an IoT topic in the Learn IoT discussion...
8/24/2020,
The 20.07 and 20.08 Update 1 versions of the Azure Sphere OS contain a bug that results in a memory leak for applications that use HTTPS connections via libcurl.  This leak does not occur for...
8/24/2020,
In our continued effort to increase the baseline security of Azure Sphere, we have now released the Azure Sphere 20.08 quality fix that brings along a number of security enhancements to the...
8/20/2020,
The Azure Sphere 20.08 OS quality release is now available in the Retail feed. This update includes enhancements and bug fixes in the Azure Sphere OS including a security update that represents a...
8/18/2020,
Azure Sphere OS version 20.08 Update 1 is now available in the Retail Eval feed. This OS release contains a security update.    Because this change represents a critical update to the OS, the...
8/17/2020,
The 20.07 Azure Sphere OS release contains a bug that affects Ethernet-connected devices that receive the OS through the recovery procedure instead of cloud update. This issue primarily affects...
8/13/2020,
The Azure Sphere OS quality update 20.08 is now available for evaluation via the Retail Eval feed. The retail evaluation period provides 14 days for backwards compatibility testing. During this...