Internet of Things (IoT) Cloud
If you're going to collect IoT data, you need to collect it somewhere. This is where database systems come into play.
The next great platform shift is here. Soon, 75% of enterprise-generated data will be created and processed outside traditional data centers and clouds.
The cloud alone can't handle the 4,000 GB that each autonomous car will generate per day -- and cars are just a small part of this emerging ecosystem.
Before extracting value and intelligence from IoT data, companies must understand the difference between content and context relating to an IIoT environment.
Following these three steps, IT leaders can consider the progressions of IoT data and edge computing and prepare for their widespread arrival.
FogHorn's Sastry Malladi explains the basics of fog computing, exploring why it is critical for IoT success in resource-constrained environments.
Ryan Mallory of Equinix explains three reasons that offloading internet traffic at the digital edge can free your business from IoT data gridlock.
The greatest IoT revenue opportunities are in flexible monetization models, such subscription or pay-per-use, says Flexera's Eric Free.
The commingling of public clouds and IoT clouds is a gamble. Fortinet's James Cabe explains how to prevent a tornado (or botnet) from ravaging IoT security.
When it comes to IoT ecosystems, we've been living on the edge for too long now. Uday Davuluru of Lemonbeat GmbH says it's time to move closer to it.
Many of the same challenges that hit the cloud world are reemerging in the IoT space. Fortinet's James Cabe discusses.
The cloud can't process data quickly enough for IoT applications. OIES Consulting's Francisco Maroto discusses how fog/edge is stepping up to the plate.
Cloud architecture is key to the success of IoT; understanding the technologies at your fingertips and how to deploy them is the name of the game.
Deploying a network of platforms, technology and tools that can generate, analyze and receive data directly supports and enhances customer relationships.
Why is it important for organizations to think strategically about IoT interoperability? There are at least three reasons why; learn more.