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Microsoft launches low-code IoT cloud service out of beta, adds new Azure instances and more

Microsoft launched its IoT Central cloud service out of beta today, as part of a passel of announcements aimed at providing new functionality to developers using its cloud services for building applications that tap into connected devices, data-intensive processing, and Java tools like Spring Boot. IoT Central is a new service that’s designed to make […]
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