A cheaper alternative for processing your SmartThings data in Azure for storage in Cosmos DB and reporting in Power BI.
So far we’ve sent our SmartThings data to event hub, collected this data using Stream Analytics and then stored it in Cosmos DB. In this part were finally going to use that data to create some reports in PowerBI that show SmartThings sensor data over time. We’re going to focus on the example I start
In part one of this series, we looked at how we can collect data from SmartThings and send it over to an Azure Event hub. We’re now going to take the next step and work on storing that data so that we can use it in our reports and do historical analysis. For this, we are going to be making use of Az
I’ve recently added a whole load of home automation functionality using Samsung’s SmartThings platform. Part of this is a number of sensors to trigger automation based on motion, temperature, open/close etc. The SmarTthings platform is able to respond to events from these sensors to undertake tasks,