Easy IoT Sensor On-Boarding Using Jini Auto-Discovery and Java SE Embedded (Part 2)

To start us off auto-discovering IoT sensors and devices for quick on-boarding, we'll first take a look at the basics of Jini technology.

There are two main concepts:

 Discovery: boot-strap sensor/device
 Look-Up: directory of services
For the purposes of IoT easy on-boarding, both concepts are important. We want the sensor or device to boot-strap itself (with proper authentication and authorization) onto the IoT network. Then, we want the sensor or device to look-up the proper Jini proxy to use for communication.

Those are the basic steps behind Jini and will be what makes on-boarding to an IoT network so easy. In the next post, we'll drill down to how to make your IoT sensor or device do each step. Exciting... :-)

Full series of steps:
Easy IoT Sensor On-Boarding Using Jini Auto-Discovery and Java SE Embedded (Part 1)
Easy IoT Sensor On-Boarding Using Jini Auto-Discovery and Java SE Embedded (Part 2)
Easy IoT Sensor On-Boarding Using Jini Auto-Discovery and Java SE Embedded (Part 3)
Easy IoT Sensor On-Boarding Using Jini Auto-Discovery and Java SE Embedded (Part 4)
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