Microsoft Azure RTOS quick and easy integration with STM32Cube ecosystem - On-demand webinar
Watch this 1-hour on-demand webinar on how to integrate Microsoft Azure RTOS with STM32Cube, for an enhanced development ecosystem.
In this webinar, we present the new Microsoft Azure RTOS expansion package and explain how it makes the set up and configuration of your project easier than ever.
During this session, we highlight a quick and easy way to bring up Microsoft Azure RTOS middleware in your project, and show you how to access Microsoft Azure RTOS for services through the STM32Cube development ecosystem to manage your application seamlessly.
In the first half of the webinar, we highlight the components of the STM32Cube ecosystem offer and the roadmap for Azure RTOS integration with existing and new product families. Azure RTOS middleware on STM32Cube ecosystem covers: Real-Time Operating System ThreadX, USB Device and Host stack USBX, FileX and LevelX File System including NOR/NAND memories support and NetX Duo Networking stack with Ethernet and WiFi media.
In the second half, we show you how to create and configure an Azure RTOS-based project for STM32H7 microcontrollers.
You will learn:
- How to integrate Azure RTOS as middleware component in the STM32Cube ecosystem.
- About the roadmap of Azure RTOS across STM32 Product Lines.
- How to quickly get started with Microsoft Azure RTOS on STM32.s
- STM32 ecosystem overview
- Azure RTOS integration and roadmap for STM32
- Practical demonstration of Azure RTOS for STM32H7 series of microcontrollers
There is a recorded Q&A session at the end of the webinar where our experts answered questions from the floor.
Tilen joined ST in 2017 as a Field Application Engineer specialized in microcontrollers and later moved to the STM32 Technical Marketing Team. He is currently responsible for customers in Eastern Europe and drives projects to further enhance STM32 ecosystem solutions across the EMEA region.
Ramkumar is a Sr. Product Marketing Engineer for microcontrollers for the Americas region, based in Santa Clara, CA. He has worked in the semiconductor industry for over 20 years, starting his career as a microcontroller systems designer for a tech startup design house, CMC India Ltd., Alcatel Microelectronics, before joining STMicroelectronics in 2002. Ramkumar earned his BSEE from Madras University in India, and his MBA from J. Mack Robinson College of Business, Atlanta, GA.