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Edge computing is growing in popularity. We look at which IoT applications stand to benefit most from this technology.
Ken Corless and Robert Schmid of Deloitte share their expertise on cloud and edge computing and tips for scaling IoT for enterprises.
While the cloud isn't technically necessary for IoT, there can be substantial benefits to using the cloud for many IoT applications. Here's why.
MQTT 5 is a new version of the popular IoT standard. This new version includes features required for large-scale cloud deployments and a wider variety of IoT use cases.
With a predicted 20 billion connected devices by expected to be in use by 2020, businesses need to understand how to extract value from data coming in from IoT devices. This article breaks down the different data sources from IoT as well as their impact on storage and how automation can help organizations gain more value from their IoT data.
Connected cars are extremely complex in terms of testing and QA, yet these points cannot be overlooked. The article focuses on the mechanisms of data exchange in connected vehicle technology and lines up types of testing applicable to connected cars, such as on-road, virtual environment and in-laboratory testing. Moreover, various systems of connected vehicles are also separate subjects of testing, so QA engineers use performance, interoperability, and other types of testing.
Building connected car services can be a challenge due to the unreliable nature of the cellular network and the requirement for bi-directional communication. MQTT's publish/subscribe protocol is well designed to address these challenges and is well suited for moving data between the car and cloud platform.
The article details how Microsoft Azure has been used by some of the biggest companies in the world to incorporate IoT into their products.
"The Cloud" doesn't exist: It is just a marketing buzzword which hides tens of thousands of racks in data centers filled with servers. In this real-world, security responsibilities remain very concrete but need to be approached and organized differently.
Infrastructure has always been talked about in IT, but will recent innovations in cloud, containerization and serverless change that forever?