Microsoft’s Azure IoT-centric platform delivers on its promise to power the Internet of Things

Microsoft announced today it will begin rolling out its Azure IoT platform, allowing IoT devices to control their own devices, allowing for new IoT applications to become commonplace in a matter of days.

The Azure IoT Platform (Azure IoT) is a platform designed for the integration of IoT devices and services in Azure and enables developers to build applications that leverage the power of IoT to improve their devices and devices products.

This is an exciting time for IoT in general, and IoT devices in particular, as Azure IoT offers a truly unprecedented level of scalability and reliability that is the envy of most other cloud environments.

The first Azure IoT product, Azure IoT Hub, was released on December 21st, 2016, and it has been used by more than 15 million developers across more than 300 million devices to create more than 7.5 million applications and more than 60,000 services.

This year, Azure is launching Azure IoT Service (AzUI) for IoT applications and services, which will allow users to easily access the APIs and services that support their IoT devices.

Today, Azure announced that Azure IoT Services will enable IoT developers to take advantage of a wide range of IoT services, including:Azure Web Services (AWS), Azure Cloud Services (AzCS), Azure App Service (AaaS), and Azure IoT Gateway (AzIG).

Azure IoT APIs will also be available for IoT devices as well as for other IoT services.

These APIs are available for both mobile devices and IoT servers, and they provide users with a set of APIs to leverage in their applications.

Azure will also provide an IoT SDK for developers to create IoT-based applications and apps.

The company will also make available its Azure SDKs for IoT to IoT developers through the Azure SDK Marketplace, which enables developers the ability to deploy IoT applications on Azure and deploy IoT services on Azure.

Azure IoT will be available in a variety of languages, including C#, Java, and Swift, as well the latest versions of Azure.

This announcement is part of the Azure IoT Summit, a three-day event in San Francisco that will be held from June 12-15, 2020.

More information about the Azure cloud and IoT ecosystem will be released later this year.