Topic updated on September 17, 2021

Azure

The Azure extension includes support for Azures IoT Hub and the Device Provisioning Service. This allows deviceWISE to connect to an IoT Hub as an Azure IoT device. Once connected you can configure your deviceWISE node to send messages and respond to messages from Azure. IoT Hub is a managed service, hosted in the cloud, that acts as a central message hub for bi-directional communication between your IoT application and the devices it manages. You can use Azure IoT Hub to build IoT solutions with reliable and secure communications between millions of IoT devices and a cloud-hosted solution backend. IoT Hub is created and owned by Microsoft.

deviceWISE`s Azure IoT Hub Extension allows you to securely connect to your IoT hub quickly and easily providing Azure access to all the data that deviceWISE can collect. It is possible to route the data from your Azure IoT hub to databases, data lakes, Azure Functions, Service Bus Queues, Dynamics 365, and many other services.

The Azure feature is added using the Administration -> Packages tab.

Important Information

  • Status: Generally Available
  • Latest Version: 1.1.1

Supported Platforms

  • Asset Gateway
    • Windows-x64
    • Linux-AARCH64-Linaro
    • Linux-AARCH64-Docker
    • Linux-ARM-BBE-Spectre3G
    • Linux-X86-Generic
    • Linux-X64-Docker
    • Linux-X64-Generic
    • MultiTech Conduit
    • MultiTech Conduit AEP
  • Enterprise Gateway
    • Windows-x64
    • Linux-AARCH64-Linaro
    • Linux-AARCH64-Docker
    • Linux-X86-Generic
    • Linux-X64-Docker
    • Linux-X64-Generic

When you select the Azure icon from the left hand pane, the Azure window appears with tabs:

Follow the sections below to get started with the devices connected through deviceWISE to Azure.

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