Hands-on lab: From device to acting on insights with the Azure IoT platform
The workshop will simulate a remote located machine malfunctioning and getting restarted based on the received telemetry and created insights based on the telemetry data. You will be creating all components to get the malfunctioning machine back up running again. All of that within 2 hours.
In this hands-on lab, you will be creating the complete chain from configuring, connecting a device via packet radio technology to The Things Network cloud, to bridging the gap between the TTN cloud and the Microsoft Azure IoT platform, creating actionable insights on the Microsoft Azure IoT platform and sending commands all the way back to the device. This includes assembling hardware, configuring hardware and configuring software and coding the missing logic to a complete IoT solution.
Technologies used during the hands-on lab; Arduino development boards, sensors, The Things Network cloud (LoRa & Lora WAN) and Microsoft Azure IoT Platform including Azure Web Jobs, Azure IoT Hub, Azure Stream analytics, Azure Event hub, Azure blob storage and Azure Functions.
This hands-on lab will be guided by Jan Willem Groenenberg & Sander van de Velde , so attendees have on site support for questions. We will also provide background information about the used components in the hands-on lab. The hands-on lab is created in conjunction with Microsoft Nederland who will provide most the hardware used in the hands-on lab, the rest of the hardware will be provided by Atos. Hardware used will remain property of Microsoft and/or Atos.