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IoT Data Analytics and Storage

This course will teach you ways to use your live-streams and business data that is being collected by the IoT sensors and devices to their full potential for the betterment of your business.

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12 Hours

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This course will teach you ways to use your live-streams and business data that is being collected by the IoT sensors and devices to their full potential for the betterment of your business.

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About this course:

The IoT Data Analytics and Storage course is an integral part of the Certification of Microsoft Professional Program in IoT.

Internet of Things can take your business by a storm, it promises infinite benefits and it can help you discover the true potential of your business data.

This course will teach you ways to use your live-streams and business data that is being collected by the IoT sensors and devices to their full potential for the betterment of your business.

Course Objective:

At the end of the course, students will be able to:

  • Explain typical telemetry data collected by the Azure IoT devices
  • Describe different approaches to analyze IoT data
  • Differentiate between warm and cold storage
  • Way to best use each technology
  • IoT Hub, Data Lake Analytics, and Data Lake Storage
  • Strong concepts of query and analysis of Azure Data Lake sets
  • Describe the benefits of warm storage
  • Differentiate between operational and archive data sets in IoT
  • Configuration and provision of Azure Cosmos Database
  • Integration of Azure Cosmos Database and Azure Stream Analytics
  • Warm storage using IoT data from Cosmos Database
  • Query writing for Cosmos Database
  • Usage of IoT Edge Devices for analysis and action on telemetry data
  • Use cases for analysis on edge devices
  • Edit web-based stream analysis for edge deployment
  • Deployment of analytics on edge devices
  • Deployment of analytics code on edge devices
  • Integrating data stream with data reference data in queries
  • Query writing is various types of Windows time
  • Combining analytics jobs to ensure sophisticated inputs as well as results
  • Employ the best strategies from warm and cold storage with edge analytics to react better to telemetry data
  • Experience of finding solutions based on real-time data

Audience:

The target audience for this course is:

  • IoT Engineers
  • IoT developers

Prerequisite:

Students should be familiar with the following before enrolling for the test:

  • How can IoT help in achieving business goals
  • Ways to establish 2-way communication between real and simulated devices and IoT hub

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BrandMicrosoft
SubjectsBusiness Productivity, Cloud Computing
Lab AccessNo
TechnologyMicrosoft
Learning StyleSelf-Paced Learning
Learning TypeCourse
DifficultyIntermediate
Course Duration12 Hours
LanguageEnglish

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