Device to Cloud, Hands-On. Part 3: Safer Commands via a Cloud Gateway

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    Are the slides available on the Web ? For all three parts until now.


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    I hope it won't be too long before you cover device id verification.
    For example, how do you prevent someone from claiming to the cloud service that they are one of your devices?
    How do you in a scalable and securely fashion, only allow registered users from accessing your device?
    How do you recommend those users gain authenticated access to their own devices?

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    I'll get there in one of the next few episodes, Dave. The security intro will likely be a whiteboard session since there'll be a lot of basic to cover.

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    Hi Clemens,

    Today Arduino Yun was released. i believe it will result into revolution in internet of things due to onboard Wifi and full Linux OS.
    Do you know if there are any plans to make Azure Mobile Service APIs available for it? They already seem to various APIS for various social networks and web stacks.
    Are you planning to cover Yun in this series?

    Navneet (MSFT)

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    adeleke khalid akinkunmi

    dear sir ,i kindly respect your company site view nice to help me permission for me to control my website .order out of device in public.

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    Thanks for these posts. To persist information about your things ("Thngs"), has a nice, free API. I've started a .NET wrapper for it here: I see your use of an Azure cloud gateway + Evrythng as a pretty decent starting point for posting and getting state of your things.


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