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From IoT data to meaningful data #JulyOT
Date: July 27, 2021
Time: 04:00 PM - 05:00 PM (British Summer Time)
This session is part of a month-long series. #JulyOT is back for 2021! Throughout the month of July, the IoT Cloud Advocacy team will be sharing content and events put together by IoT enthusiasts from around the world. This includes content from community members, Microsoft employees, and could even involve you! For every working day in July, we’ll focus on a featured content piece from our curated collection at the IoT Tech Community. We hope to inspire curious minds to pursue their own Internet of Things journey. For more from this series visit: https://aka.ms/JulyOT2021Series & https://aka.ms/JulyOTContentforEveryonePage Also visit our beginner IoT series hosted by Jim Bennett: https://aka.ms/HelloIoTSeriesPage
What is this session about? IoT devices produces a lot of data. While the first step is generally to display it somewhere in a dashboard, the real game is to make this data available within the line of business applications and users. During this session, you'll see how you can put your IoT data at work with Azure.
Who is it aimed at? Architects and IoT engineers
Why should I attend? To understand how to quickly leverage IoT-generated data in your solutions.
Instructor: Christopher Maneu, Startups Cloud Advocate, Microsoft Christopher is a cloud engineer & Startups developer advocate at Microsoft. His mission is to help every technologist on the planet succeed, focusing on startups and entrepreneurs. He's currently leading the advocacy efforts for the IoT & Edge computing space in EMEA. Before joining Engineering, he helped large corporations and startups creating user-friendly apps & services and helping build teams behind these services. He used to be an engineering lead at Deezer.com, a worldwide music streaming service.
A basic knowledge about IoT devices, Azure and IoT Gateways (like IoT Hub).