If we’re to build a massively scalable internet of things, we’re going to need tools that can handle hundreds of thousands of devices and a massive throughput of data.

That’s hard to deliver with on-premises systems, but one that’s eminently suited to the scale and scalability of the public cloud.While there’s a Windows for IoT hardware, the heart of Microsoft’s IoT platform is its Azure cloud, with a suite of tools and services that can build massive scale industrial IoT applications. One key element of that suite is IoT Hub, a routing service that sits between your devices and gateways and your back-end cloud services.[ Learn more about Microsoft’s IoT technologies: Azure IoT DevKit, Azure IoT Suite, Azure IoT Edge, and Azure IoT Hub. | Defined: What is serverless computing. • Get started: A developer’s guide to serverless computing. | Build ’em now! 5 uses for serverless frameworks. | Keep up with hot topics in programming with InfoWorld’s App Dev Report newsletter. ]
Inside Azure IoT Hub
Azure IoT Hub manages messaging connections to and from your devices, either directly for devices with IP connectivity or via gateways for hardware that uses proprietary or low-power protocols.
It sits in Azure, behind edge computing services, providing a management layer and the ability to ingest significant amounts of data from a large number of connected devices.To read this article in full, please click here

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