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Head-To-Head IoT Platforms: Amazon Web Services IoT Vs. Microsoft Azure IoT

When it comes to the Internet of Things, both Microsoft and AWS have viable platforms. But how do the two stack up against each other?

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Internet Of Things Platform Picks

Microsoft and Amazon Web Services are both leading cloud providers, but the Internet of Things requires a bit more than the cloud. On top of Azure and AWS, IoT customers expect a platform that will scale to comply with thousands of connected devices. Customers also want data analytics and direct monitoring services as part of the offerings.

Microsoft, Redmond, Wash., and AWS, Seattle, are racing to provide a secure, end-to-end platform for the Internet of Things. In 2015, Microsoft launched its Azure IoT Hub as an integral part of its Azure IoT suite, and not long after AWS unveiled its AWS IoT platform.

Following is a breakdown of AWS IoT and Azure IoT Hub.

 
 
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