IoT Monitoring for Today and Tomorrow

Apica

The two buzz words this year have been the “Connected Car” and “IoT Device.” The post IoT Monitoring for Today and Tomorrow appeared first on Apica. IoT Monitoring” The automotive industry has taken the Read More.

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IoT Monitoring for Today and Tomorrow

Apica

The two buzz words this year have been the “Connected Car” and “IoT Device.” The post IoT Monitoring for Today and Tomorrow appeared first on Apica. IoT Monitoring” The automotive industry has taken the Read More.

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Act locally, connect globally with IoT and edge computing

All Things Distributed

The answer to this question is actually on your phone, your smartwatch, and billions of other places on earth—it's the Internet of Things (IoT). This is the exciting future for IoT, and it's closer than you think. Already, IoT is delivering deep and precise insights to improve virtually every aspect of our lives. Here's a few examples: IoT sensors in a factory can monitor and predict equipment failure before an accident.

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Home Automation Using the Internet of Things (IoT) – 2019

Simform

Read the tutorial blog on how to implement Home Automation using IoT. Applications of IoT-enabled connectivity are home security, air quality monitoring, infotainment delivery, smart lock etc. The post Home Automation Using the Internet of Things (IoT) – 2019 appeared first on Insights on Latest Software Technologies - Simform Blog. It covers the software, hardware, sensors, protocols, architecture and platforms.

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Noon Lights — an IoT Review

Adrian Cockcroft

I’ve been gradually installing some IoT automation at home over the last few months, and was looking for a lighting solution to fit a fairly complex situation. I shouldn’t have to say that, but I’ve seen so many IoT apps that look terrible, are slow and crash a lot! iot lighting internet-of-things noonhome noonIt’s a large open plan area with several connected zones, kitchen, patio, dining area, living area, with lots of light bulbs and far too many light switches.

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SQL Server on IoT Edge and Developer Machines – Smaller Footprint

SQL Server According to Bob

With the announcement I can tell you more about one of the things we have been working on; SQL Server running on IoT Edge and Developer machines in under 500MB of memory. The effort goes beyond IoT Edge devices and extends to the common developer experience. Some features are still being worked on for IoT Edge but our goal is to provide the same SQL Server feature set. SQL Server will ship Azure SQL Database Edge: [link].

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Digital Twins Enable Seamless Use of Edge Computing in IoT

ScaleOut Software

Digital twins are software abstractions that track the behavior of individual devices in IoT applications. Because real-world IoT applications can track thousands of devices or other entities (e.g., This minimizes event-handling latency and enables better management of local operations, while still providing strategic analysis and control by remote (cloud-based or on-premises) IoT applications.

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Buckle up: Connected Cars are Coming

Apica

IoT Monitoring SecurityFrom Total Recall, to Knight Rider, to Batman, it’s fair to say that the public imagination loves a good autonomous Read More. The post Buckle up: Connected Cars are Coming appeared first on Apica.

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Latency: Will it undermine the most interesting 5G use cases?

VoltDB

In-Memory Database IoT Performance Vlog 5G telcoOne of the big topics at the OpenStack conference was how to prepare and implement a successful transition to 5G. Unfortunately, this means that the age-old Telco bugbears will rear their ugly heads again, including latency. 5G, as a fundamental requirement, mandates a 1 millisecond latency from the datasource to its destination.

Latency: Will it undermine the most interesting 5G use cases?

VoltDB

In-Memory Database IoT Performance Vlog 5G telcoOne of the big topics at the OpenStack conference was how to prepare and implement a successful transition to 5G. Unfortunately, this means that the age-old Telco bugbears will rear their ugly heads again, including latency. 5G, as a fundamental requirement, mandates a 1 millisecond latency from the datasource to its destination.

Excited by the Upcoming CMG imPACt Performance and Capacity Conference

Alex Podelko

The conference includes 80+ presentations on performance, capacity, cloud, IoT, security (and more) from best experts in these areas and several great panels. I am very excited by the upcoming CMG imPACt performance and capacity conference. This year it would be held on November 6-9, 2017 in New Orleans, LA. It is only such vendor-neutral, 4-day, 5-track conference devoted completely to performance, capacity, scalability, and adjacent topics.

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The journey to modern manufacturing with AWS

All Things Distributed

From the Internet of Things (IoT) to Artificial Intelligence (AI) and task automation to predictive maintenance technology, the advancements in this space are creating a world of new opportunity.

12 Latest Software Test Automation Trends To Look For In 2020

Testsigma

Hyper Automation, DevTestOps Bringing Automation to the testing of different types of devices and experiences – IoT and Multi Experience Autonomous Test Automation Making Automation more Human-Friendly – Democratization. IoT Test Automation.

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Get up to 300 new metrics out of the box with AWS supporting services (GA)

Dynatrace

AWS offers a broad set of global, cloud-based services including computing, storage, networking, Internet of Things (IoT), and many others. AWS IoT. Dynatrace news.

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What is Greenplum Database? Intro to the Big Data Database

Scalegrid

For example, a Telecom company is using Greenplum database AI capabilities for their IoT operational reporting system smart sensors to analyze and execute events used for maintenance, security, and operational efficiencies. Greenplum Database is a massively parallel processing (MPP) SQL database that is built and based on PostgreSQL.

Get up to 300 new metrics out of the box with AWS supporting services (GA)

Dynatrace

AWS offers a broad set of global, cloud-based services including computing, storage, networking, Internet of Things (IoT), and many others. AWS IoT. Dynatrace news.

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Scale your enterprise cloud environment with enhanced AI-powered observability of all AWS services

Dynatrace

AWS IoT Analytics. AWS IoT Things Graph. Dynatrace news.

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What is observability?

Dynatrace

Data silos – Multiple agents, disparate data sources, and siloed monitoring tools make it hard to understand interdependencies across applications, multiple clouds, and digital channels such as web, mobile, and IoT. Dynatrace news.

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Dynatrace ONE – Rapid access to experts when and where you need it

Dynatrace

We realize that with this pace of innovation and product enhancements, you’ll probably have a range of questions from infrastructure, IoT monitoring, to “What does this new icon mean?”. Dynatrace news.

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What is APM?

Dynatrace

Experience and outcomes matter, whether it’s mobile app-to-user, IoT device-to-customers, or an application behind the scenes. Dynatrace news.

Announcing the ScaleOut Digital Twin Streaming Service™

ScaleOut Software

For example, the streaming service can generate a bar chart every few seconds to aggregate and highlight alerts by region generated by examining properties of real-time digital twins for thousands of data sources: The ScaleOut Digital Twin Streaming Service plugs into popular event hubs, such as Azure IoT Hub, AWS IoT Core, and Kafka, to extract event messages and forward them to real-time digital twin instances, one for each data source.

Announcing the ScaleOut Digital Twin Streaming Service™

ScaleOut Software

For example, the streaming service can generate a bar chart every few seconds to aggregate and highlight alerts by region generated by examining properties of real-time digital twins for thousands of data sources: The ScaleOut Digital Twin Streaming Service plugs into popular event hubs, such as Azure IoT Hub, AWS IoT Core, and Kafka, to extract event messages and forward them to real-time digital twin instances, one for each data source.

No need to compromise visibility in public clouds with the new Azure services supported by Dynatrace

Dynatrace

Azure HDInsight supports a broad range of use cases including data warehousing, machine learning, and IoT analytics. Dynatrace news.

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AnyLog: a grand unification of the Internet of things

The Morning Paper

Despite the "Internet of Things" featuring prominently in the title, there’s nothing particular to IoT in the technical solution at all. An embodiment for structured data for IoT. standing up an initial version of the platform for IoT data.

The Next Generation in Logistics Tracking with Real-Time Digital Twins

ScaleOut Software

It can receive telemetry from retail stores over the Internet using event delivery systems such as Azure IoT Event Hub, AWS, Kafka, and REST, and it can respond back to the retail stores in milliseconds.

The Next Generation in Logistics Tracking with Real-Time Digital Twins

ScaleOut Software

It can receive telemetry from retail stores over the Internet using event delivery systems such as Azure IoT Event Hub, AWS, Kafka, and REST, and it can respond back to the retail stores in milliseconds.

Developing Real-Time Digital Twins for Cloud Deployment

ScaleOut Software

Digital twin models used in product lifecycle management (PLM) or in IoT device modeling (for example, Azure Digital Twins ) just describe the properties of physical entities, usually to allow querying by business processes. Simplifying the Development Process with Mock Environments.

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Using Real-Time Digital Twins for Aggregate Analytics

ScaleOut Software

When analyzing telemetry from a large population of data sources, such as a fleet of rental cars or IoT devices in “smart cities” deployments, it’s difficult if not impossible for conventional streaming analytics platforms to track the behavior of each individual data source and derive actionable information in real time. IoT applications can use real-time digital twins to implement predictive analytics for mission-critical devices, such as medical refrigerators.

Using Real-Time Digital Twins for Aggregate Analytics

ScaleOut Software

When analyzing telemetry from a large population of data sources, such as a fleet of rental cars or IoT devices in “smart cities” deployments, it’s difficult if not impossible for conventional streaming analytics platforms to track the behavior of each individual data source and derive actionable information in real time. IoT applications can use real-time digital twins to implement predictive analytics for mission-critical devices, such as medical refrigerators.

The Future in Visual Computing: Research Challenges

ACM Sigarch

For many IoT applications involving wireless video sensors (e.g. In a typical data analytics pipeline, data flows between the endpoint (client or IOT device) and the cloud (server(s) in a datacenter) with a range of analytics that needs to be performed on the data depending on the use case. Visual IOT describes examples of the needs of small scale to large scale visual recognition workloads.

Object-Oriented Programming Simplifies Digital Twins

ScaleOut Software

This model organizes key information about each data source (for example, an IoT device, e-commerce shopper, or medical patient) in a software component that tracks the data source’s evolving state and encapsulates algorithms, such as predictive analytics, for interpreting that state and generating real-time feedback. The following diagram depicts an IMDG hosting a large set of digital twin objects in an IoT application.

What is Application Performance Monitoring?

Dynatrace

Experience and outcomes matter, whether it’s mobile app-to-user, IoT device-to-customers, or an application behind the scenes. Dynatrace news.

London Calling! An AWS Region is coming to the UK!

All Things Distributed

The new region, coupled with the existing AWS regions in Dublin and Frankfurt, will provide customers with quick, low-latency access to websites, mobile applications, games, SaaS applications, big data analysis, Internet of Things (IoT) applications, and more Yesterday, AWS evangelist Jeff Barr wrote that AWS will be opening a region in South Korea in early 2016 that will be our 5th region in Asia Pacific.

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The Next Generation in Logistics Tracking with Real-Time Digital Twins

ScaleOut Software

It can receive telemetry from retail stores over the Internet using event delivery systems such as Azure IoT Event Hub, AWS, Kafka, and REST, and it can respond back to the retail stores in milliseconds. Companies with large numbers of geographically distributed assets increasingly need intelligent real-time monitoring to keep operations running smoothly. Consider a retail chain of stores or restaurants with tens of thousands of outlets.

Stuff The Internet Says On Scalability For August 17th, 2018

High Scalability

Hey, it's HighScalability time: The amazing Zoomable Universe from 10^27 meters—about 93 billion light-years—down to the subatomic realm, at 10^-35 meters. Do you like this sort of Stuff? Please lend me your support on Patreon. It would mean a great deal to me.

The Amazing Evolution of In-Memory Computing

ScaleOut Software

Going back to the mid-1990s, online systems have seen relentless, explosive growth in usage, driven by ecommerce, mobile applications, and more recently, IoT. From Distributed Caches to Real-Time Digital Twins. The pace of these changes has made it challenging for server-based infrastructures to manage fast-growing populations of users and data sources while maintaining fast response times.

The Amazing Evolution of In-Memory Computing

ScaleOut Software

Going back to the mid-1990s, online systems have seen relentless, explosive growth in usage, driven by ecommerce, mobile applications, and more recently, IoT. From Distributed Caches to Real-Time Digital Twins. The pace of these changes has made it challenging for server-based infrastructures to manage fast-growing populations of users and data sources while maintaining fast response times.

Distributed tracing with W3C Trace Context for improved end-to-end visibility (EAP)

Dynatrace

Microsoft has already introduced Trace Context support in some of their services, including.NET Azure Functions, API Management, and IoT Hub. Dynatrace news. What is distributed tracing? Distributed tracing is used to understand control flow within distributed systems. Especially in dynamic microservices architectures, distributed tracing is an essential component of efficient monitoring, application optimization, debugging, and troubleshooting.

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Real-Time Digital Twins Simplify Code in Streaming Applications

ScaleOut Software

Others include fleet and traffic management, healthcare, financial services, IoT, and e-commerce recommendations. Designing applications that extract real-time insights from streaming telemetry can be a daunting challenge.

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Real-Time Digital Twins Simplify Code in Streaming Applications

ScaleOut Software

Others include fleet and traffic management, healthcare, financial services, IoT, and e-commerce recommendations. Designing applications that extract real-time insights from streaming telemetry can be a daunting challenge.

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Object-Oriented Programming Simplifies Digital Twins

ScaleOut Software

This model organizes key information about each data source (for example, an IoT device, e-commerce shopper, or medical patient) in a software component that tracks the data source’s evolving state and encapsulates algorithms, such as predictive analytics, for interpreting that state and generating real-time feedback. The following diagram depicts an IMDG hosting a large set of digital twin objects in an IoT application.

Serverless Reference Architecture with AWS Lambda

All Things Distributed

IoT Backend Serverless Reference Architecture. The Internet of Things (IoT) Backend reference architecture demonstrates how to use AWS Lambda in conjunction with Amazon Kinesis, Amazon DynamoDB, Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3), and Amazon CloudWatch to build a serverless system for ingesting and processing sensor data. Building your applications with only managed components has become very popular, and AWS Lambda plays a crucial role in that.

Ciao Milano! – An AWS Region is coming to Italy!

All Things Distributed

ENEL is using AWS to transform its entire business, closing all of their data centers by 2018, migrating workloads from over 6,000 on-premises servers onto AWS in nine months, and using AWS IoT services to better manage and understand energy consumption.

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