Off to start another course for Pluralsight. This time its Developing Microsoft Azure Intelligent Edge Solutions. If you would like to check out any of my other courses, visit my author’s profile. The new course will cover the following topics:
- IoT Architecture
- IoT use cases and solutions
- Edge Architecture
- Azure IoT Hub
- Overview of the IoT Ecosystem in Azure
- IoT Hub message routing
- Stream processing overview
- Hot, Warm, and Cold paths
- Use cases for hot, warm, and cold paths
- Hot path with event hubs and log app
- Warm path with Cosmos DB
- Cold path with Azure Blob Storage
- Real Time and Batch Processing
- Overview and Demos of Stream Analytics Service
- Overview and Demos of Time Series Insights
Designing an Intelligent Edge in Microsoft Azure was just published on Pluralsight! Check it out. Here is a synopsis of what’s in it:
This course targets software developers that are looking to integrate AI solutions in edge scenarios ranging from an edge data center down to secure microcontrollers. This course will showcase how to design solutions using Microsoft Azure.
Cloud computing has moved more and more out of the cloud and onto the edge. In this course, Designing an Intelligent Edge in Microsoft Azure, you will learn foundational knowledge of edge computing, its intersection with AI, and how to utilize both with Microsoft Azure. First, you will learn the concepts of edge computing. Next, you will discover how to create an edge solution utilizing Azure Stack, Azure Data Box Edge, and Azure IoT Edge. Finally, you will explore how to utilize off the shelf AI and build your own for Azure IoT Edge. When you are finished with this course, you will have the skills and knowledge of AI on the edge needed to architect your next edge solution. Software required: Microsoft Azure, .NET
March 2nd 2019, I will be presenting Azure IoT Overview at the South Florida Code Camp in Davie, FL. You can register here – and its FREE. Here is the synopsis of the presentation:
Keeping up to date on all the new services and features for an entire cloud portfolio could be a full-time job. In this presentation, we will look at the state of IoT in Microsoft Azure and discuss how the different services work together to implement an enterprise solution. Use this presentation to get an overview of architecture and products so that the next time you are presented with an IoT problem in Azure you know the solution.
Coming soon I will be authoring a course for Pluralsight titled – “Identify Existing Products, Services and Technologies in Use For Microsoft Azure” . This course targets software developers who are looking to get started with Microsoft Azure services to build modern cloud-enabled solutions and want to further extend their knowledge of those services by learning how to use existing products, services, and technologies offered by Microsoft Azure.
Microsoft Azure is a host for almost any application, but determining how to use it within existing workflows is paramount for success. In this course, Identify Existing Products, Services and Technologies in Use, you will learn how to integrate existing workflows, technologies, and processes with Microsoft Azure.
We explore Microsoft Azure with the following technologies:
- Languages, Frameworks, and IDEs –
- IntelliJ IDEA
- Visual Studio Code
- .NET Core
- Microsoft Azure Products
- Azure App Services
- Azure Kubernetes
- Azure Functions
- Azure IoT Hub
Hopefully we can take a developer familiar with the languages, frameworks, and ides available and make have them up and running on Microsoft Azure after this short course.