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I covered on how to connect an MXChip Devkit to Azure IoT Central and if you haven’t gone through that article you can have a look at it here
In this article, we will look at setting up Rules in Azure IoT Central to monitor the telemetry emitted from the MXChip. This will help trigger actions such as sending an email can automatically be invoked in the event of a device anomaly e.g an increase in Temperature.
Step 1: Log in to Azure IoT Central App
Step 2: Navigate to Rules menu in the Azure IoT Central App.
Step 3: Click on the New Button to create a new Rule
Step 4: Provide the following parameters
In summary, you can get started with some great Alerting options with Azure IoT Central especially around the Webhook and Azure Monitor Action Groups, you can create some cool notification functions where the Alerts are created in Dynamics 365 Field Services. So your imagination is the limit
As always I hope this article will become useful in your Azure IoT journey. Have fun and let me know if you have any questions.
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