Partner Webcast – Oracle Internet of Things Platform: Solutions for a Connected World
By Thanos Terentes Printzios-Oracle on May 06, 2014
By 2020 the number of similar or even more powerful devices will reach 50 billion worldwide, all connected to the World Wide Web with its own myriads of servers, cloud services, web sites, social networks etc. Add to this other billions of sensors, gateways and cameras, interconnected with each other and to the internet, forming enormous flow of information. Those technologies change the way we live and work and have even bigger impact on IT business
To handle this Niagara of data we need a completely different approach than traditional data centers of the past. Upcoming Internet of Things era imposes a new level of complexity to manage, but brings even more business opportunities to grasp. To be ready for this new era of IT we need architectures, platforms and tools which are designed with the real-time, event-driven and distributed computing patterns in mind.
Oracle’s Internet of Things Platform has been created to provide a secure and integrated environment to face all new challenges and enable you to enter the IoT era. It is based on Java – portable platform and most popular programming language in the world. Runs on variety of devices, starting from SIM cards, through Raspberry Pi’s, Blue Ray recorders, commodity servers etc and up to most powerful machines ever created (like Oracle’s engineered systems).
In this webcast we will focus on the on-device building blocks for Oracle’s IoT platform, showing you how to navigate and put together the puzzle that is critical for the Internet of Things.
- Introduction to Oracle’s IoT Platform
- On Device Platform
- Data Center Platform
- On-Device Java platform: Java Embedded Suite (JES)
- On-Device event processing: Oracle Event Processing for JES
- Demo – how to run JES and OEP on Raspberry Pi
- Summary and Q&A
This FREE online LIVE eSeminar will be delivered over the Web. Registrations received less than 24hours prior to start time may not receive confirmation to attend.
Presenter: Lukasz Romaszewski – FMW Specialist, Oracle Partner Hub Migration Center
Date: Thursday, May 29th, 10am CET (9am GMT/11am EEST)
Duration: 1 hour
You can find the OEP Webcam application here.
For any questions please contact us at partner.imc-AT-beehiveonline.oracle-DOT-com