Azure IoT with Raspberry Pi

Azure IoT Hub is a Microsoft-managed cloud service to connect, monitor, and manage billions of IoT devices from a single platform. It enables you to ingest high volumes of telemetry from your IoT devices into the cloud for storage or processing. It is already deployed in numerous IoT applications like home automation, surveillance, and observation systems.

This guide displays the capabilities of Azure IoT hub; we are going to build an instance with the Raspberry Pi along with SHT2X sensor for collecting the Temperature and Humidity values with it. Then we will demonstrate how to set up and configure an Azure IoT server. After which we will publish sensor values to our Azure server using MQTT protocol.

To learn more about MQTT and how it works, follow our guide on the topic:

pageMessage Queue Telemetry Transport (MQTT)

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