Bring IoT Hub into Azure Stack
Industry sector (with integrated IIOT) will certainly appreciate Azure Stack - power of Azure in own Datacenter.
Snart Caleb commented
Hi, We are working wireless Sensor Application which uses 900hp-s3-pro protocol and by using wireless receiver specially designed to receive the values from these sensors we are able to display the data in Azure IoT Hub and shared the streaming analytics in Power Bi.
Hope mentioned below link will much useful
Daniel Escapa [MSFT] commented
Microsoft is working on this and here is an update: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RjzMXOA9_oM
Ben Loveday commented
Agree, in the manufacturing industry there is potential for massive amounts of IIOT data. Often these environments have limited internet connectivity meaning an on-site hub is ideal. This coupled with things like TS insights for localised smaller instances would be great. Then this could be pushed to cloud for wider analysis, etc.
Derek Brawders commented
Would IoT Edge (albeit in preview) provide some of the functionality that is required for ultra low latency, limited connectivity with the ability to leverage Stack and public cloud to address burst needs? Feels like you could pin these all together to get a really solid solution.
Jie Li commented
Without an on-premise IoT hub, there's no way Azure IoT can get into mfg industry. To be realistic, public cloud has very slim chance in such industry even say next 5 to 10 years. Hybrid is the only way moving forward.
Chai S commented
IHAC who resists going to public cloud. They need an on-prem IoT hub.
Mark Mennell commented
Our clients often have limited Internet connectivity but an established Intranet, IoT Hub on Azure Stack would allow us to deploy an Azure solution in such scenarios..
Boris Urban commented
This is very important for my customers. They want to send the data from their IoT devices to a central HUB into AzureStack. This AzureStack IoT hub should be placed in a DMZ-Mode manner (no AD Join needed, fast recovery) in a security Zone(DMZ).
Now this would be a game changer. Thinking of those IoT devices that require ultra low latency response.