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Deploying IoT Devices with Wind River* Helix* Device Cloud

Wind River* Helix* Device Cloud enables remote management and monitoring of your Internet of Things (IoT) edge devices and gateways, scaling to thousands of devices. This article explores the benefits of Device Cloud and describes some of the capabilities it provides for deployed devices.
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  • What is Microsoft8 Azure*?

    In this article we will discuss what Microsoft8 Azure* is and how you can use it in order to set up your IoT project. Here you will also learn about the role of cloud services, specific features of Azure such as software patching, network load balancing, high-availability features and more. This section also showcases the implementation of cloud APIs and explains the gateway relationship to the cloud, along with code samples that help you connect your IoT device to the Hub and receive device-to-cloud data.
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  • Sensor to Cloud: Connecting Intel® NUC to the Microsoft Azure* IoT Hub

    This article will show you how to use an Intel® Next Unit Computing (NUC) device to connect sensors on an Arduino 101* board to the Microsoft Azure* IoT Hub.
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  • From Intel® Edison to Microsoft Azure*

    This guide will help you understand the basics of IoT development by using the Intel® Edison board with sensors from a Grove* Kit, combined with a gateway solution capable of sending data from sensors to the Azure* cloud, where it can be further processed.
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  • How to Debug Fortran Coarray Applications on Windows

    When a Fortran coarray application is started under the Visual Studio* debugger on Windows, the current debug window does not have control over the images running the application. This article presents a method for getting debug control over a selected instance of the program ("image" in the language's terminology).

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