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Association of IoT Devices: Challenges and How to Overcome Them

Association of IoT devices can be manual or automatic. It can one-time or repeated. Here are examples, challenges and solutions for these four categories.
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Using LoRa and Google Cloud for IIoT Applications

The longevity and resilience of LoRa paired with Google Cloud's robust architecture provides IIoT operators with the tools they need to build the future.
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IoT Device Management: What Is It and Why Do You Need It?

Effective IoT device management is a foundational element for any successful IoT solution. All the major cloud providers include it in their...
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Mitigating IoT Medical Device Risks (Part III): Protect, Detect and Improve

Risk mitigation strategies for the medical device network environment should come after establishing good visibility into the devices—their connectivity and behavior—and...
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Plug & Play Best Practices for Wireless IoT Deployments

Apple provides IoT solutions providers with a blueprint for creating truly plug-and-play products and services. They would do well to learn Apple's lessons.
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2019 Cloud and IoT Trends in the Industrial Products Market

As cloud services and solutions evolve, so does consumer demand. Increases are predicted once again for the coming new year, with public...

3 IIoT Trends Affecting Major Industries

Industries may have to wait years for the trillions analysts predict IIoT trends will create. Interoperability and collaboration will bring us closer.

Microservices  Patterns  Part III:  Circuit-Breaking

Circuit-breaking is useful microservices pattern. Conceptually, it's just like an electrical circuit breaker. It's all about failing fast and recovering.
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Microservices  Patterns Part II:  Service Discovery

With monolithic applications, services invoke one another through language-level methods or procedure calls. This is relatively straightforward and predictable...
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Microservices Patterns Part I :  Event Processing

"Event processing" is a model that allows you to decouple your microservices by using a message queue. Rather than...

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