IoT

cloudera

The 4 keys to a successful manufacturing IIOT pilot

If you have read our previous post focusing on the challenges of planning, launching and scaling IIOT use cases, you’ve narrowed down the business problems you’re trying to solve, and you have a plan that is both created by the implementation team and supported by executive management. Here’s a plan to make sure you’ve got it all down. Think of these success factors like the legs of a kitchen table and the results that you desire, a bowl of homemade chicken soup.

cloudera

Pushing Past Pilot Paralysis to Launch and Scale IIOT Use Cases

With billions of industrial IoT (IIOT) devices in place, generating massive volumes of data from “the edge,” the potential for proof of concept success for use cases in the factory can be paralyzing. While the value of this digital revolution, aka Industry 4.0, is clear, realizing the full promise has been slow. Research and real-life experience from Accenture shows that many manufacturers get stuck early on or can’t get beyond proof-of-concept pilots to scale.

B. Paques & K. Polossat | Combining the Power of InfluxDB & AWS for IoT | InfluxDays EMEA 2021

Data from sensors and systems flows in from a myriad of sources in industrial settings. In this session, learn how to combine the power of InfluxDB with IoT tools and cloud resources from AWS to extract the most value out of your IoT data. We’ll also be sharing some real-world examples of how customers are using these combined solutions to gain a competitive edge.

B. Paques & K. Polossat | Combining the Power of InfluxDB and AWS for IoT | InfluxDays EMEA 2021

Data from sensors and systems flows in from a myriad of sources in industrial settings. In this session, learn how to combine the power of InfluxDB with IoT tools and cloud resources from AWS to extract the most value out of your IoT data. We’ll also be sharing some real-world examples of how customers are using these combined solutions to gain a competitive edge.
dreamfactory

APIs and IoT: Generating Increased Connectivity for Your Organization

Anything that can be connected will be connected. This is the ultimate goal of technology. Connections with new objects and devices open the door for big data and new insights. It’s a branch of technology long in the making, with just a few hiccups. But advances in API technology aim to address these concerns and advance the IoT into a new era.

Highly available Kubernetes in IoT: MicroK8s on RaspberryPi

Learn how to set up a Pi-Hole instance with a single command and a cluster of Raspberry Pis on MicroK8s. High availability, load balancing and Kubernetes configuration included. The Raspberry Pi 4 brings the graphics, RAM and connectivity needed for a Linux workstation, so why not use a cluster to set up your own Pi-Hole, the open source network-level ad blocker that acts as a DNS sinkhole or DHCP server.
synopsys

Securing the IoT tsunami

The Internet of Things (IoT) is a reality. Gartner forecasts 25 billion IoT devices by 2021, and other industry sources and analysts predict even larger numbers. Although projections of unprecedented growth are ubiquitous among industry pundits, the efforts to secure this tsunami of connected devices are in their infancy. The IoT is still relatively new, so it lacks regulations that mandate security.

grafana

Using Telegraf plugins to visualize industrial IoT data with the Grafana Cloud Hosted Prometheus service

One of the biggest challenges with data visualization for complicated software systems is getting quick access to the underlying data and connecting it to some form of cloud-hosted solution. Traditionally it has required quite a bit of middleware and upfront setup with additional tooling.

forgerock

Six Essential "Must Haves" for Your IoT Deployment

Too many vendor-based IoT blogs and articles go like this: These basic tenets are obvious and generally well understood by anybody in the orbit of IT. Missing here, however, is what are the essential elements that are needed to get your Internet of Things (IoT) project off the ground. What should you be looking for or careful not to miss?