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Microsoft's Azure - Anyone using this???

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eb4eqa:
Hi,

You can talk to IoT Hub as you would talk to any MQTT Broker, connecting with SAS token or with x509 certificates for authentication. See the docs here:

Communicate with your IoT hub using the MQTT protocol
https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/iot-hub/iot-hub-mqtt-support

I would advice you to learn how to interact with IoT Hub using a MQTT client like MQTTFX, and move to the ARM once you know well what you need to do.

There are tutorials for ESP32, which could help you understand the requirements:

Azure ESP32 IoT DevKit Get Started:
https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/samples/azure-samples/esp32-iot-devkit-get-started/sample/

And lots of examples and code in GitHub, take a look and see what is of most help to you:
https://github.com/Azure/iot

Roberto EB4EQA


olkipukki:

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Not any more  :-+


--- Quote ---Back up your data while there’s still time

You’re receiving this email because you cancelled your Azure subscription...

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 :scared:  :clap:

Scrts:

--- Quote from: olkipukki on May 18, 2020, 12:56:41 pm ---
--- Quote ---Microsoft's Azure - Anyone using this???

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Not any more  :-+


--- Quote ---Back up your data while there’s still time

You’re receiving this email because you cancelled your Azure subscription...

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 :scared:  :clap:

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And where did you migrate to? Azure seems to offer a good free tier...

filssavi:
Don’t try and count on the free tier as they are usually designed to lure you in with just enough functionality to get you started but not enough to be useful, so you will end up paying in one form or the other (the usual traps are DNS, inbound/outbound bandwidth etc.).

Also set up quotas, limits and reporting/cost monitoring, as it is really easy to fall victim of the slashdot effect (that is when a very popular website/celebrity links your page and you rack up massive bills due to cloud auto scaling)

olkipukki:

--- Quote from: Scrts on June 06, 2020, 06:25:21 pm ---
And where did you migrate to? Azure seems to offer a good free tier...

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I used to pay for Azure. Although, some part has "subsidised" from Visual Studio subscription, still need top up for remaining.
Since VS has been cancelled, followed by Azure and Office 365, no point at all to use MS cloud :P

24/7 services ;D moved to AWS into an existing stack and others - "in-house"  :-+


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