IIoT project highlighted

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Great to see one of the premier news sites on everything #internetofthings related, enterpriseiotinsights.com, covering how we are leveraging industrial IoT and advanced digital technologies as an enabler for digital change and new value adding services at scale in recent workloads. In the article I, and my colleague Tove Pettersson at Thomas Concrete Group AB, go into detail from both a […]

Azure Well-Architected Framework is a great approach for achieving excellent architectures

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#microsoftazure Well-Architected Framework https://lnkd.in/eR6-jgD is a set of guiding tenets aimed for achieving secure, resilient, and excellent architectures consisting of five pillars, namely #costoptimization, #operational#excellence, #performance#efficiency, #reliability and #security. If using an #azurecloud, an assessment can be run on how well your architecture and environment adheres to these pillars. These kinds of automated assessments should always be taken with a grain of salt but should […]

How to use Microsoft Azure and Edge devices to digitally transform business and create value adding digital services in IIoT workloads

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In the below article, published by CrateDB, I go into detail how the team and I used cutting edge technology to digitally transform a traditional line of business using Edge devices, a suite of Microsoft Azure SaaS and PaaS services and their full capabilities such as Azure IoT Hub, Azure API Management, Azure Event Hub, […]

Digitalization and data-driven services – foundation for new business models and value creation

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The ongoing digitalization is resulting in more data stored than ever. The digitalization and the vast amount of data it brings is a more far-reaching change than only automating processes. It’s an enabler for new business development and service offerings as well. The Digital Strength Measurement is a new data-driven digital service, based on a […]

How to create Azure Functions from OpenAPI specifications using Visual Studio Code

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An update that caught my eye recently is the introduction of being able to create #azurefunctions through the Azure Functions #vscode extension or command line using an existing OpenAPI specification. When imported, the extension generates all the necessary functions for the API, preconfigured based on the OpenAPI specification, in either C#, Python, TypeScript, Java, with support for JavaScript and […]

Real time delivery tracking in a cloud native Big Data streaming architecture with CrateDB, Microsoft Azure and Kubernetes

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In the below article, published by CrateDB, I go into detail describing the architecture, rationale, opportunities, challenges and how to tackle them when deploying a Big Data streaming architecture to production, designed for ingesting vast amounts of geospatial data and how cloud native resources in Azure and Kubernetes were used to create a globally scalable […]