Securely connect IoT devices to the cloud

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Interested how to securely connect devices to the cloud? This path is the place to start to learn how to protect your data and devices across the Internet of Things.

In this learning path, the core skills you will learn:

  • Learn how to implement the IoT solution infrastructure
    • Create and configure an IoT Hub
    • Build device messaging and communication
    • Configure physical IoT devices
  • Learn how to provision and manage devices
    • Implement the Device Provisioning Service (DPS)
    • Manage the device lifecycle
    • automate IoT devices management with Azure IoT Hub
  • Learn more about how to process and manage data
    • Configure stream processing
    • Configure an IoT solution for Time Series Insights
  • Learn how to monitor, troubleshoot, and optimize IoT solutions

Once you complete this learning path, you will have the fundamental understanding on how to unblock IoT innovation with the confidence of end-to-end security.

Prerequisites

None

Modules in this learning path

This module is an introduction to the Internet of Things for IT admins.

The focus of this module is on creating a Device Provisioning Service (DPS) to securely handle multiple remote devices. First, you create an IoT Hub, and add the DPS service. Next, an X.509 root certificate, and multiple leaf certificates, are created to handle security. Code for a simulated device is provided. You then link all the pieces together, and verify that your DPS resource works. After completing the module, you should have a good understanding of how to provision Azure IoT devices at scale.

Learn about Azure IoT Hub message routing, and Stream Analytics anomaly detection. Start by creating an app that simulates issues with conveyor belt vibration. Then, use the Azure portal to route all the data for archiving in blob storage. Finish by routing the vibration data to anomaly detection, using a built-in ML model.

Create an IoT Hub device app, and a back-end service app. As a scenario, we use the monitoring, and controlling, of the temperature and humidity of a cheese cave.

Automate IoT devices management with Azure IoT Hub

Learn about metrics, alerts, diagnostics, and logs. Create an Azure IoT Hub, an app to send vibration telemetry, and then create and test some metrics and alerts.