This course, IoT Solution Infrastructure, can be used as a stand-alone learning module, but it’s also a mini-course and the first in a learning path that will prepare you for the AZ-220: Microsoft Azure IoT Developer exam.
The mini-course has four sections:
The first section discusses Internet of Things at a very high-level, then drills down into Azure-specific IoT concepts and technologies.
The second section of the course dives into the most core of IoT services—the IoT Hub. We will discuss what the hub does and show how to create and configure one using multiple Azure tools such as the Portal and the CLI.
Next, we’ll cover devices, but only at a high level since we devote the entire next mini-course to the subject. We’ll show how devices connect to Azure IoT Hub, and we’ll even walk through doing this.
Finally, we will discuss how devices communicate with IoT Hub, as well as how back-end applications can connect to Azure IoT Hub to communicate with devices.
Again, this course is designed to stand on its own or be the first in a series of mini-courses in preparation for the Microsoft Azure IoT Developer exam.