Microsoft Azure IoT

Azure IoT Central is an IoT SaaS solution by Microsoft. It is an IoT application platform that simplifies the creation of IoT solutions.

Azure IoT Central simplifies the initial setup of your IoT solution and reduces the management burden, operational costs, and overhead of a typical IoT project.

This blog post provides a quick introduction to Azure IoT Central. You’ll need an Azure subscription to perform the steps below. If you do not have an Azure subscription, you can get a free Microsoft Azure account here.

So without further ado, let’ get started!

Create an Azure IoT Central Application

Open…


Azure Blockchain

This blog post provides the steps required to deploy a demo Corda network.

The sample Corda network will provide you all the basic nodes as well as the shells that you can use to interact with them, along with a sample web application to test the sample smart contract.

You’ll need an Azure subscription to perform the steps below. If you do not have an Azure subscription, you can get a free Microsoft Azure account here.

At last, I’m not going to explain what the Corda is about nor its components and architecture neither. …


Azure Blockchain

This blog post provides the steps required to deploy a Corda Testnet node to Azure.

You’ll need an Azure subscription to perform the steps below. If you do not have an Azure subscription, you can get a free Microsoft Azure account here.

At last, I’m not going to explain what the Corda is about nor its components and architecture neither. In case you need an introduction to Corda, please check the official documentation for Corda developers.

So without further ado, let’s start!

Create a Virtual Machine

To execute the tasks, we’re going to use the Azure Portal as well as…


Microsoft Azure Blockchain

This blog post provides the detailed steps required to interact with a smart contract that has been previously deployed to a Quorum consortium on the Azure Blockchain Service.

It complements a couple of previous blog posts below:

Quorum on Azure Blockchain Service — Part 1 — Create a Blockchain consortium member

Quorum on Azure Blockchain Service — Part 2 — Deploy a smart contract with VS Code

We’ll use our project on VS Code (IDE) along with the CLI (Command Line Interface) to perform the required steps.

So without further ado, let’s start!

Get the Azure Blockchain Service name

First…


Microsoft Azure Blockchain

This blog post provides the detailed steps required to deploy a smart contract to a Quorum consortium on Azure Blockchain Service.

It complements my previous blog post — Quorum on Azure Blockchain Service — Part 1 — Create a Blockchain consortium member.

We’ll use VS Code (IDE) along with the Azure Blockchain Development Kit for Ethereum Visual Studio Code extension to perform the required steps.

VS Code is an IDE (Integrated Development Environment) that’s free, built on open-source and it’s also multiplatform (it runs everywhere). It offers many powerful extensions, including the Azure Blockchain Development Kit.

To use VS Code…


Microsoft Azure Blockchain

This blog post provides the minimum steps required to create a Quorum consortium on Azure Blockchain Service.

You’ll need an Azure subscription to perform the steps below. If you do not have an Azure subscription, you can get a free Microsoft Azure account here.

At last, I’m not going to explain what the Quorum Blockchain is about nor its components and architecture neither. In case you need an introduction to Quorum, please check the official documentation for developers here.

So without further ado, let’s start!

Create the Azure Blockchain Service member

To execute the tasks, we’re going to use the…


Hyperledger Fabric with the Azure Kubernetes Service template

This post provides the details about how to use the Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS) template to create your first Hyperledger Fabric (HLF) consortium network on Microsoft Azure. The template allows you to deploy the HLF blockchain network with minimal effort as you just need very basic Azure and HLF knowledge.

You’ll need to have an Azure subscription to perform the steps below. If you do not have an Azure subscription, you can get a free Microsoft Azure account here.

At last, I’m not going to explain what Hyperledger Fabric is nor its components and architecture neither. …


Azure Heroes — Blockchain-based badges!

You could be recognised with your very own digital badgers for the real contributions you make in the community. We’ll be on the lookout for individuals that demonstrate strong community spirit such as volunteering, mentoring or simply teaching others.

The easiest way to get your own digital badger is to participate in your local relevant technical events where Azure Heroes ambassadors will be on hand. You can also nominate yourself — or someone else you think is worthy of recognition — by using the submission form on our website. Azure Heroes is available in select western European markets. For more information please visit our website: https://aka.ms/AzureHeroesBadges.

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