In this task, we'll update the Intel® NUC with some packages to help it talk to our Microsoft Azure* IoT Hub, then we'll modify the Flow 3 flow we created earlier to publish the temperature sensor data to our Azure IoT Hub.
1. Open an ssh connection to your Intel® NUC using the method described previously. From the prompt, run the following commands:
All of the message flow so far has been from the device to the cloud (device-to-cloud messages). In this section, we'll see how to send messages from the cloud back down to the device (cloud-to-device messages).
We'll configure our Intel® NUC to turn on its buzzer for one second if it receives a message from the Microsoft Azure* IoT Hub with the following format:
1. Unbox the Grove* Starter Kit and Arduino 101* (branded Genuino 101* outside the U.S.):
In this exercise, you will use the Node-RED* development environment pre-installed on the Intel® IoT Gateway to blink the onboard LED on your Arduino 101* (branded Genuino 101* outside the U.S.).
1. To open the Node-RED development environment on your Intel® IoT Gateway:
In this task, we'll create the <name>iot Microsoft Azure* IoT Hub and since it's our first Azure resource, we'll create the <name>group resource group to put it in. Make sure that you understand the information in the Planning your Azure Resources section before continuing.
Now that we have messages making it into our Microsoft Azure* IoT Hub from our device, we can start to process those messages in the cloud.
AS OF FEBRUARY 2017, THERE ARE SOME ISSUES WITH THE POWERBI-CLI THAT MAY PREVENT YOU FROM SUCCESSFULLY COMPLETING THIS SECTION. FEEL FREE TO PROCEED, BUT BE AWARE YOU MAY ENCOUNTER ISSUES. AS THE ISSUES WITH POWERBI-CLI ARE RESOLVED, THIS SECTION WILL BE UPDATED TO REFLECT THOSE CHANGES.