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Here is a project that is a “quick, beginner-friendly introduction” to getting an visualizing data from a Raspberry Pi to Microsoft Azure. Here’s more from Jen Fox via hackster.io:
This project is a quick introduction to getting and visualizing data, or telemetry, into Microsoft Azure’s IoT Hub using Azure functions and Table Storage. This approach leverages VS Code extensions for Azure so you can do everything via code.
In this sample we set up 3 Azure resources: an IoT Hub, Functions, and Table Storage. IoT Hub connects internet enabled devices, like the Pi, to other Azure services. Azure Functions offers serverless compute which we use to process and save the data, and Table Storage is a no-SQL database so that we have somewhere to store the data. The only service in this sample that does not offer a free tier is Table Storage.
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