emnify Data Streamer Launches New Integrations into Google Cloud Pub/Sub and Azure Event Hubs


  • Berlin-headquartered emnify announces new turnkey integrations into Azure Event Hubs and Google Cloud Pub/Sub via its emnify Data Streamer
  • Streamer enables real-time streaming of connectivity data into the cloud
  • New integrations empower IoT support and business teams with complete network transparency to faster triage and resolve issues

BERLINDecember 5, 2020 – emnifyleading cloud communication platform provider for IoT, announced new turnkey integrations into Azure Event Hubs and Google Cloud Pub/Sub via its emnify Data Streamer – a feature that enables real-time streaming of connectivity data into the cloud and self-developed software stacks. These integrations empower IoT support and business teams whose applications are deployed on Azure and Google Cloud with complete network transparency to faster triage and resolve issues.

“When using traditional mobile services, connectivity data is often not easily accessible”, says Christian Henke, Head of Product at emnify. This leaves support teams in the dark when problems like excessive data consumption, roaming restrictions and network attachment failures arise."

emnify Data Streamer bridges this visibility gap by allowing IoT businesses to integrate real-time information on network events, service usage and costs directly into their applications and operational workflowsThe new release extends Data Streamer integrations to Azure Event Hubs and Google Cloud Pub/Sub – besides the existing integration for Amazon Kinesis, Amazon S3, keen.io, Datadog, DevicePilot and Salesforce. Leveraging related services like Google BigQuery, Azure Times Series, and Azure PowerBI, users can build intuitive dashboards of all network activities and set up proactive alerts to stay informed of any abnormal events.

Integrating connectivity metadata with device and application data in their cloud services allows Enterprises to more quickly understand the root cause when no data is available for their customers whether the problem lies infor example, firmware updates, network attachment errors or the application not accepting incoming messages360-degree visibility further augments the overall security of IoT solutions against unknown security holes and zero-day exploits.

“The latest emnify Data Streamer integrations upgrade the multi-cloud capabilities of our platform,” says Martin Giess, CTO and Co-Founder at emnify. They go in line with our automated cloud connect service which enables private networking between user devices, emnify platformand Azure or Google Cloud, securing end-to-end data communication and giving support teams remote device access.”

emnify provides detailed guides on all available emnify Data Streamer integrations, as well as how users can analyze and display connectivity data using supportive toolchains and third-party servicesFor more information, visit the emnify integration guide library.


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About emnify

emnify is the leading cloud building block for cellular communications in the IoT stack, connecting millions of IoT devices globally – from electric vehicles to energy meters, alarm systems to GPS trackers, thermometers to health wearables. The emnify API and SIM technology connect and secure any kind of IoT deployment to its application back-end. emnify’s cloud-native integrations and no-code workflows ensure seamless lifecycle scalability for deployments of all sizes – from local start-up to global enterprise. The award-winning emnify IoT SuperNetwork is the largest globally distributed mobile cloud core network of its kind, supporting local network access (2G – 5G, LTE-M, NB-IoT and soon satellite) in over 180 countries from more than 25 cloud regions – and counting. emnify’s solution is built on partnerships with the leading hyperscale cloud service providers, system integrators, and hundreds of radio network operators worldwide.

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