The Internet of Things is here and it has brought tremendous new opportunities, and tooling learning requirements, with it. This course will introduce you to Azure IoT Hub and teach you how to build both device-side and cloud-side solutions.
The Internet of Things, commonly known as IoT, is a tremendous opportunity with the potential to disrupt virtually all other industries. Companies that can bring new solutions to market quickly will have a distinct advantage in this changing landscape. In this course, Azure IoT Hub for Developers: Getting Started, you will learn how Microsoft Azure IoT Hub can help you quickly build robust, scalable IoT solutions. First, you will learn the basics of Azure IoT Hub and how it addresses common IoT challenges. Next, you will use Microsoft's IoT client SDK to build a .NET Core device application. After that, you will learn how to use Azure IoT Hub to send and receive messages, both on the device side, and on the cloud side. Finally, you will see how you can deploy your solutions in the cloud and benefit from other Azure capabilities. When you have completed this course, you will have the foundation you need to build Azure IoT Hub as you capitalize on the Internet of Things. Software required: Visual Studio 2015 and up, NodeJS, .NET Core, Azure IoT Hub SDK.
Matt is a Senior Software Architect specializing in ASP.NET web application architecture and development. He is also an avid testing practitioner and is the creator of two open-source testing frameworks. When he isn’t writing code, he’s often busy writing about code or helping others improve their own development skills.
Course Overview Hi everyone. My name is Matt Honeycutt, and welcome to my course, Azure IoT Hub for Developers: Getting Started. I am an independent software developer that helps companies around the world build solutions on Microsoft technologies. I have nearly two decades of experience building enterprise applications, and I've spent the last several years focused on solutions for the Internet of Things. The Internet of Things is all about connecting things to the internet, enabling new solutions for all sorts of devices, from the lightbulbs in your home to equipment on a factory floor. IoT as the Internet of Things as commonly known, is predicated to enable roughly 2 trillion dollars in productivity improvements by 2022. That's a big opportunity. In this course, we're going to learn about Microsoft Azure IoT Hub as we build a solution for a fictional theme park operator. Some of the major topics that we will cover include creating an Azure IoT hub, connecting a virtual device to the cloud using. NET Core, sending, receiving, and processing messages, and deploying to Azure. By the end of this course, you will be ready to create IoT solutions using Microsoft Azure IoT Hub and its SDKs. Before beginning this course, you should be familiar with C#, Visual Studio, and you should have a general understanding of Microsoft Azure. I hope you'll join me on this journey to learn how to build IoT solutions with the Azure IoT Help for Developers: Getting Started course at Pluralsight.