Mar 29, 2021
Today, Jeffrey Palermo is joined by return guest, Sudhanva Huruli! Last time Sudhanva was on the podcast he was a Program Manager at Microsoft and a maintainer on the Open Application Model. Since then, he has transitioned to a different Program Manager role, working on Azure Sphere.
Azure Sphere is a ‘comprehensive IoT security solution – including hardware (crossover microcontroller), OS and cloud components for IoT device security – to actively protect your devices, your business and your customers.’
In their conversation, Sudhanva speaks about Azure Sphere, shares some tips and advice for getting started, and walks listeners through what it looks like to take code from source to building it, packaging it, and deploying it.
Topics of Discussion:
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[:50] About The Azure DevOps Podcast, Clear Measure, and Jeffrey’s offer to speak at virtual user groups.
[1:03] About today’s episode with Sudhanva Huruli!
[1:19] Jeffrey welcomes Sudhanva back to the podcast!
[2:18] About the new team Sudhanva is a part of with Azure Sphere, why he decided to make the transition to this new team, and what he is currently doing in his new role!
[2:58] What is Azure Sphere? What version is it on and what can you do with it?
[5:02] What’s the vision and strategy around Azure Sphere? Will they be supporting more platforms than C?
[6:33] Sudhanva shares some examples of what customers use Azure Sphere for.
[9:18] Does Sudhanva ever envision having .NET 5 run on C#?
[9:59] Sudhanva speaks about the architecture and what needs to be in place to have things up and running to be able to write code that will run in the Azure Sphere.
[12:16] What is the Sphere Security Service? How does the chip work?
[14:52] Is wifi the main connectivity with this chip?
[16:35] A word from Azure DevOps Podcast’s sponsor: Clear Measure.
[17:05] The key mission that they are aiming for with the Sphere Security Service.
[18:03] Do you either power the chip through ethernet, battery, or any type of direct current?
[18:36] If you connect a temperature sensor to the chip for example, how does that number make its way from the sensor all the way to a custom .NET application that’s running in Azure?
[22:10] Sudhanva outlines the steps to take code from source and building it, packaging it, and deploying it.
[25:09] Sudhanva compares and contrasts the testing framework for code running on the device vs. covering testing at a broader level with the system.
[26:35] Sudhanva shares some recommendations before deploying.
[27:37] If there’s logic in the C code, will any of the C unit-testing libraries work in development?
[27:52] The key features that make Azure Sphere so exciting!
[30:25] Where to learn more about and play around with Azure Sphere!
[31:30] Jeffrey thanks Sudhanva for joining the podcast once again!
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The Azure DevOps Podcast Ep. 58: “Sudhanva Huruli on the Open Application Model”
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