#ThisWeekInIoT: Azure Sphere GA and more!

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If you did a Web search looking for news in IoT this week, you very likely got a lot of results about the announcement of the General Availability of Azure Sphere. This certainly has been the biggest news of the week from Microsoft IoT teams, but there's been other news and interesting articles, podcasts and videos published that you might want to catch up on. Here is your weekly #ThisWeekInIoT digest. 

News and interesting articles

Azure Sphere—Microsoft’s answer to escalating IoT threats—reaches general availability

GlobalSign and Infineon Combine Forces to Strengthen IoT Device Identity and Trustworthiness for Simplified, Seamless Enrollment into Microsoft Azure IoT Hub

Why Azure Sphere From Microsoft Is A Big Deal For The IoT Ecosystem

Microsoft Intelligent Security Association partnership program for IoT security vendors

Choose the right IoT solution: the cheat sheet

CyberMDX completes integration certification for the Microsoft Azure Security Center for IoT

Open Manufacturing Platform expands: Anheuser-Busch InBev, BMW Group, Bosch, Microsoft and ZF team up to accelerate manufacturing innovation at scale

Microsoft offers U.S.$40K bug bounty for generally available Azure Sphere

Swittons Introduces IoT Powered Solution; Simplifies Pharma to Physician Communication

Quectel collaborates with Microsoft and Qualcomm on IoT solutions

Podcasts and videos


Real Time Flight Map w/ Azure Functions, CosmosDB & SignalR

Updated tutorial: Tutorial: Create and connect a Node.js client application to your Azure IoT Central application (Node.js)

Updated doc: Azure IoT Hub trigger for Azure Functions


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