Now that you've released your app out to the world, do you know how it's performing in the hands of real users? How long are they waiting for screens to load, or are they using that new feature you're so excited about? If you can't answer questions like these, you're effectively flying blind.
There's a lot of guidance for monitoring on the web, but what about mobile apps? In this session we'll look at the kinds of things you should be paying attention to, and then take an existing app and walk through adding various forms of instrumentation to it.
Nirmal Mehta, Chief Technologist at Booz Allen Hamilton, details how organizations can embrace Infrastructure as Code to achieve compliance and vulnerability remediation without slowing down the DevOps process. He discusses the impact of culture, process, and products in transforming software delivery and outlines the tools which enable organizations of all sizes to take advantage of Infrastructure as Code and accelerate compliance and security processes.
The Azure IoT Suite provides heterogeneous device support via the Azure IoT SDKs. The goal of the architecture is to enable secure, efficient, and robust communication between nearly any kind of device through a cloud/field gateway. The function of cloud/field gateway includes protocol adaptation which is required to connect existing and legacy devices to send telemetry to the cloud, and receive notifications in command & control scenario. A field gateway is a specialized device-appliance or general-purpose software that acts as a communication enabler and potentially, as a local device control system and device data processing hub. The key takeaway of session is to show you that it is easy and simple to implement practical cloud-assisted or cloud-based commercial IoT solutions. Come join this session as Fai demonstrates an Azure IoT protocol gateway which enables communication with Azure IoT Hub. It is a pass-through component that bridges traffic between connected IoT devices (e.g., over the MQTT protocol) and IoT Hub. In the demo, the protocol gateway is deployed on a hardware device meant for on-premises environments.