App Source, Azure, Connected Field Services, Dynamics 365, Dynamics CRM, Integration, IOT

Getting Started with Connected Field Services

For those who attended the D365 Saturday Bootcamp sessions in Melbourne and Sydney Australia, we had a great session by Ben Vollmer on Connected Field Services. The sessions really showed how we can integrate D365 with IOT devices using the Azure IOT hub.

I would like to dedicate this article for those who couldn’t make it to our Bootcamp , but still would like to get started with Connected Field Services . Below I will provide some references to some great resources which will get you going in no time.

Resource 1:

This is a very good place to get started on Connected FS. There are step by step tutorials on how to get the solution working. I recommend starting with the “Connected Field Service – V2 Hands On Lab”. For those who want to get a IOT device I have mentioned two online stores in Australia.

Resource 2:

  • Connected Field Service architecture – Link.

This is a great resource for those who want to further understand the Connected FS architecture. The resource explains the distributed solution that depends upon multiple components within both Dynamics 365 and Microsoft Azure services.

Online Store

For those who are living in Australia and would like to purchase a MXChip IoT DevKit you can get one from the below online stores.

  • IOT STORE
https://www.iot-store.com.au/products/mxchip-microsoft-azure-iot-developer-kit
  • CORE ELECTRONICS
https://core-electronics.com.au/mxchip-microsoft-azure-iot-developer-kit-pre-order.html

More fun with MXChip

  • Connect MXChip IoT DevKit to Azure IoT Remote Monitoring solution accelerator

https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/iot-hub/iot-hub-arduino-iot-devkit-az3166-devkit-remote-monitoring

 

 

 

 

Tagged , ,

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.