PaaS Partner Community

  • May 1, 2014

Internet of Things (IoT) customer presentation and demo

Juergen Kress
PaaS Partner Adoption

By 2020 50 Billion Devices  will Create an Endless Amount of Data. To understand this data and act on the data Fusion Middleware is key! From embedded event processing to SOA integration and BPM process automation the Oracle stack can be used for IoT to.

  • Standardized Java platform to develop & deploy applications across devices and applications
  • Scalable analytics with Big Data, event processing and Business Intelligence
  • Integrate processes between people, applications and devices
  • Enable security, compliance and data protection across devices and enterprise data center

At our SOA Community Workspace ( SOA Community membership required) you can download the latest customer presentation and video:

Two additional IoT articles are available. Managing the Internet of Things Read a Q&A with Oracle's Director of Product Marketing for the Internet of Things and Oracle Java Embedded Tom Angelucci to discover how enterprises can best prepare for this game-changing concept. Read More. And Get Ready for IoT: Challenges and opportunities in the Internet of Things As with any innovative technological wrinkle, launching an Internet of Things (IoT) initiative involves more than flipping a switch, and there are important considerations. This article from Oracle Magazine features insight from architects actively engaged in IoT. Read the article.

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