Internet of Things

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DevNation 2015 - Scott Stark & Burr Sutter - Developing for the Internet of Things

This session will be a deep dive into the world of open source software, open hardware, and the open standards that are fueling the IoT’s momentum. We will explore how to design hardware & software for connecting the physical world (the world of things) into your traditional enterprise IT infrastructure by walking through a real production IoT system. We will demonstrate connectivity technologies like Bluetooth Low Energy and MQTT as well as developer prototyping platforms like Raspberry Pi, Arduino, Intel Edison, microcontrollers, and more.

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Perform hands-on, real-world IoT development at the Red Hat Summit IoT CodeStarter

Benjamin Cabé

What happens when you have expensive industrial equipment that needs to be moved from point A to point B and you want to anticipate all that could happen in the process: improper handling, power failure, or even thievery? How do you collect data from its various sensors (vibration, humidity, etc.) to make sure your equipment is operating properly? How do you provide connectivity so that all the way from point A to point B, your asset is reporting to a...

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Wearable Tech: A Developer’s Security Nightmare

Samantha Donaldson

Web developers and IT professionals are the foundations of any quality business’ data security. However, with technology constantly changing and evolving as well as becoming more consumer-friendly, this data’s vulnerability only increases and it can often be hard to even notice how this new technology can actually affect your company until it occurs. Despite this, ignorance to modern hacking techniques does not refute their inability to transform even the smallest of devices into a weapon with which to infect or...

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Getting started with Apache Camel and the Internet of Things

Joseph Butler

When I was first introduced to Java Enterprise Integration, the ServiceMix platform was transitioning to OSGi (ServiceMix Version 4.0). From its origins in embedded systems and mobile devices, the OSGi standard promoted many qualities that were advantageous to the Enterprise (flexible, modular, life cycle management, services, security) so under this umbrella the tenants of the stack Apache Camel , Apache ActiveMQ , and Apache CXF flourished. " Apache ServiceMix is a flexible, open-source integration container that unifies the features and...

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Daily Drawing for DevNation 2016 Free Pass!

Jessica Krokowski

We have another great contest to win a free pass to DevNation 2016 - we are going to select a winner DAILY from June 1st through June 24th. Anyone who joins the Red Hat Developer Program during June 1st to June 24th will be eligible to win a free pass to DevNation. That's 24 winners! With more than 50 sessions, 2 evening technical workshops ( one is on IoT ; the other will be announced soon), a ton of networking...

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An Enterprise Developer’s Journey to the IoT Part 2

Markus Eisele (@myfear)

The current hype around the Internet of Things (IoT) has led to a substantial amount of innovation thanks to open source software, open hardware, open standards, and community inspiration. And even enterprises start to use the new hardware out there to optimize their offerings. Time for the Virtual JBoss User Group (vJBUG) to look into it in more details and welcome a very prominent guest speaker. Red Hat's Burr Sutter will be giving a session titled " An Enterprise Developer’s...