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Created Date: 2018-11-19 |
Refreshed Azure Sphere and Azure IoT Development kit content in the Discover - Find Hardware section.
Participate and Learn: Replaced the 'Join Intelligent Edge Hardware Engineering TechCommunity link with a link to the parent 'Internet of Things (IoT) TechCommunity.
Build and Certify: Added links to the AI & IoT Insider Labs and EPSO Engineering Services.
The following content was added:
Public preview of NXP support for Windows IoT Core announced
A non-commercial public preview of NXP’s i.MX6 and i.MX7 BSPs (Board Support Package) was announced on December 14, 2018.
Azure IoT Certification Service (AICS)
Read about AICS, which will significantly reduce the operational processes and engineering costs for hardware manufacturers to get their devices certified for Azure Certified for IoT program and be showcased on the Azure IoT device catalog.
IoT Enterprise deployment made easier with IoT Enterprise Labs and IoT Enterprise Deployment framework.
These resource pages are a collection of information that provide a single-source for product information, training materials, technology previews, hardware developer kits, OS builds, client & cloud solution software, and solution certification programs to help partners create devices that can easily participate in end-to-end solutions as intelligent edge endpoints. While this content will be useful for all partners working in the intelligent edge area, the key focus for content moving forward will be enabling device builders to participate in the intelligent edge partner ecosystem and identify new business opportunities.
Intelligent Cloud, Intelligent Edge - get familiar with the terminology
The resource links have been structured under the following tabs:
Discover - Find out about Microsoft’s solution and product offering that will help you to plan projects and identify correct products to use for your specific needs.
Build and certify - Find tools, pre-releases, private previews etc. for engineering purposes and get started with device certification.
Sell and service - Get redistributable versions of needed SW and manage updates to devices.
Participate and learn - Identify business opportunities by exploring case studies, learn about Tech Community, online learning and Microsoft hosted events.
Play an early role in product and service development - Join the Microsoft Customer & Partner Engineering Engagement Program.
Azure Sphere in Microsoft Docs
Order a development kit
Jumpstart your Azure vision machine learning journey. Get up and running in minutes, regardless of your current skill level with vision machine learning. Connect the Vision AI DevKit to Azure IoT Hub and control the network traffic between the device and the cloud. Use the default Vision AI module to recognize over 183 different objects.
Find certified Azure IoT starter kits in the Azure Certified for IoT device catalog. From edge IoT gateways to development boards featuring Raspberry Pi and Intel Edison compute modules, you can find the kit you need to start prototyping your IoT projects quickly, taking advantage of the many Azure services for IoT projects.
Find suggested boards to help you get started with Windows IoT Core.
The IoT Architecture Guide aims to accelerate customers building IoT Solutions on Azure by providing a proven production ready architecture, with proven technology implementation choices, and with links to Solution Accelerator reference architecture implementations such as Remote Monitoring and Connected Factory. The document offers an overview of the IoT space, recommended subsystem factoring for scalable IoT solutions, prescriptive technology recommendations per subsystems, and detailed sections per subsystem that explore use cases and technology alternatives.
Azure IoT Reference Architecture Guide
Azure IoT Fundamentals in Microsoft Docs
Azure IoT Overview (GitHub)
Azure IoT Blogs
Azure IoT Hub
IoT Hub in Microsoft Docs
IoT Hub Device provisioning service
Azure IoT Edge
IoT Edge in Microsoft Docs
Azure IoT Central
Azure IoT Central is a fully managed SaaS (software-as-a-service) solution that makes it easy to connect, monitor and manage your IoT assets at scale. Azure IoT Central simplifies the initial setup of your IoT solution and reduces the management burden, operational costs, and overhead of a typical IoT project. Learn how to create, customize, manage, and use an Azure IoT Central application with our quick starts and tutorials.
IoT Central in Microsoft Docs
Azure IoT Solution Accelerators
The Azure IoT Solution Accelerators are a set of open source PaaS solutions that deploy into your subscription in minutes. They are implementations of common IoT solution patterns aligned with our IoT Reference Architecture. Each solution can be customized and extended to meet your specific requirements. Add new devices—and connect existing ones—using device SDKs for multiple platforms, including Linux, Windows, and real-time operating systems. Easily scale from just a few sensors to millions of simultaneously connected devices and rely on the global availability of Azure—no matter how large or small your project.
IoT Solution Accelerators in Microsoft Docs
Channel9 video introducing third-party solution accelerators
Windows Server in Microsoft Docs
Windows Server Catalog
Windows Machine Learning
With the Windows 10 October 2018 Update, Windows Machine Learning is out of preview and ready to become part of your AI toolbox. The Windows ML inference engine evaluates trained models locally on Windows devices, removing concerns of connectivity, bandwidth, and data privacy.
Windows Machine Learning on Docs
Windows Machine Learning GitHub
Getting started with Windows Machine Learning
Source Code from GitHub
Microsoft Store App
Windows 10 IoT Core Overview
Windows IoT Getting Started
IoT Core SoCs and custom boards in Microsoft Docs
Windows 10 IoT Core Services
Windows 10 IoT Enterprise is a full version of Windows 10 that delivers enterprise manageability and security to IoT solutions. Windows 10 IoT Enterprise shares all the benefits of the worldwide Windows ecosystem and is licensed for the device. It is a binary equivalent to Windows 10 Enterprise, so you can use the same familiar development and management tools such as client PCs and laptops, while taking advantage of lockdown features to control and customize the experience of the device.
When starting your journey with Windows 10 IoT Enterprise, you will need to reach out to a distributor from this list.
Windows 10 IoT Enterprise Overview
Remote Monitoring Github (dotnet)
Remote Monitoring Github (java)
Read about AICS (announced 12/13/2018) that will significantly reduce the operational processes and engineering costs for hardware manufacturers to get their devices certified for Azure Certified for IoT program and be showcased on the Azure IoT device catalog.
AICS is a web-based test automation workflow that can work on any operating systems and web browser. AICS communicates with its own set of Azure IoT Hub instances to automatically validate against devices to Azure IoT Hub bi-directional connectivity and other IoT Hub primitives.
Azure Community Support
Windows IoT Core Manufacturing
For IoT Enterprise, please see desktop manufacturing.
IoT Core servicing in Microsoft Docs
IoT Core Updates with IoT Core Services
Building on the Windows 10 IoT Core operating system, Windows 10 IoT Core Services is a new cloud services subscription that provides the essential services needed to commercialize a device on Windows 10 IoT Core. Update control with the newly announced Device Update Center (DUC) provides the ability to create, customize, and control device updates.
Update control via Device Update Center
Device Update Center
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