On January 26, 2024 Sander van de Velde and I, will organize the workshop “Experience the basics of Azure IoT, Dashboarding … and beyond” at Bitbash.
Within this free workshop, you will get an idea of the basic IoT principles by hands-on experience with a cloud connected coffeemaker, Azure IoT and Azure Data Explorer. So, bring your laptop and prepare yourself for future IoT projects.
How to add authorization to an Azure Storage Account based on attributes. Attribute-based access control (ABAC) builds on role-based access control (RBAC) by adding conditions to Azure role assignments.
Automatically deploy (layered) deployments to Azure IoT hub using Infrastructure as code (IaC). Because it makes your IoT hub deployments repeatable and more consistent.
How to create an Azure IoT hub with Bicep. But what is Bicep anyway and why should we use it. In this article, I will explain about Bicep and we will create a simple Bicep example to deploy an IoT hub.
At some point in your IoT project, you will need to create or update the modules of the IoT edge devices. When more and more devices are added, it becomes impossible to deploy the configurations by hand. In this article I explain the different possibilities for automatic deployments and I will walk you through the steps.
When developing an IoT solution, the connected devices are not always available from the start. An ideal solution for this is to temporarily simulate a device.
Also, a simulated device is ideal for test work. Since we control the simulated device ourselves, we can explore boundary-value, for example.
In this article I will go further into what is needed and how to make a simulated device.