From Device to Dashboard: the voyage of IoT Data in Azure

 
English Intermediate Internet of Things

Join us for the voyage of IoT Data in Azure. This session will dive into the devices, software, security, and infrastructure behind leveraging large amounts of streaming IoT telemetry data in a lambda architecture. From device to dashboard, you'll experience the entire process from hardware, sensors, coding, as well as data ingestion, storage, transformation, and visualization. Azure products discussed and/or shown: IoT Hub, Stream Analytics, ADLS Gen 2, Azure Synapse, Azure SQL, Power BI, Azure Data Explorer, IoT Central.

Speaker

Carey Payette

Azure MVP, Senior Software Engineer @@ Trillium Innovations

Carey Payette is a Senior Software Engineer with Trillium Innovations (a Solliance partner), an ASPInsider, Progress Developer Expert and a Microsoft Azure MVP. Her primary focus is Cloud integration and deployment for the web, mobile, big data, AI, machine learning, and IoT spaces. Always eager to learn, you will find her tinkering regularly with various sensors, microcontrollers, programming languages, and frameworks. Carey is also a wife and Mom to three fabulous boys.

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