Friday May 20, 2016

IoT Webcast May 26th 2016

imageOver the past year billions more smart devices have been deployed by Enterprises as they begin the journey to transform themselves. Knowing where to start is one of the biggest challenges faced by any Enterprise. That’s why we have created our unique Oracle IoT Discovery Workshop which is helping Enterprises, like yours, to not only formulate effective IoT strategies but then bring them to life.
Join us at our exclusive briefing webcast that will provide detailed information about the complimentary Oracle IoT Discovery Workshop offer.

This webcast will provide insight into our complimentary workshop offering:

  1. Why should your company invest in IoT?
  2. How do you identify prioritized areas of investment?
  3. What are the key priorities and use cases that help deliver quick ROI?
  4. How can this plan become reality?

Schedule: May 26th 2016 17.00 CET

For details please visit the registration page here.

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Saturday Feb 20, 2016

7 Important Points In Preparing For The Internet of Things by John Soat

clip_image002The Internet of Things sounds more like J.J. Abrams’ next sci-fi thriller than a major inflection point in business technology. Which makes the fact that IoT is about to invade the business landscape on a massive scale somewhat ironic—and wholly appropriate.

Enterprises have been tossed by some momentous technology waves in the last few years, such as big data, the cloud, mobility, and social networking. Yet the Internet of Things—connected, data-generating devices embedded in everyday objects—is more than just another wave.

“IoT means that all of the physical infrastructure, the whole world around us, is going to be connected to the internet,” says Oracle Vice President of Product Management Peter Utzschneider, who’s been evangelizing IoT for several years. “IoT is like those other profound technology changes we’ve already experienced, only on steroids—it’s that big,” he says.

Business executives and technology managers need to comprehend the implications and open their minds to the possibilities of IoT for their organization, Utzschneider advises, and prepare accordingly. To that end, he offers seven important points in considering the Internet of Things.

1. Take the long view.

“People need to be prepared that this is a long-term proposition,” says Utzschneider. “They have to understand that IoT means fundamental change for business,” he adds.

The Internet of Things is in its early days, and most implementations are still relatively simplistic—but that’s changing fast, as IoT technology, from end-point devices to data integration and analytics platforms, increase in number and improve in capability. Read the complete article here.

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Friday Feb 19, 2016

The Internet of Things: Managing the Complexity

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The Internet of Things will transform business, are you planning to extract business value from IoT data? Let Oracle help you manage the complexities, from devices to applications, big data to analytics, security and scalability, all in the cloud. Watch the video here.

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Friday Dec 25, 2015

Video: Setting Up Your Raspberry Pi for Iot by Luc Bors

clip_image002The Raspberry Pi isn't pastry! It's a tiny, fully programmable computer you can use in all manner of IoT projects. In his second 2 Minute Tech Tip Oracle ACE Director Luc Bors gives a quickie introduction to setting up this remarkable little device. Luc's tip is a precursor to the IoT Hackathon in Utrecht, NL on September 15–16, 2015. Click here for more information. If you want a more in-depth introduction to setting up your Raspberry Pi, check out Luc's blog post: IoT Hackathon Part I : Setting up your Raspberry Pi. For up to date information on hackathons and design jams, make sure you visit the APPS UX Innovation Events blog.

Want more 2 Minute Tech Tips? Click here. Have an idea for a 2 Minute Tech Tip? Contact me: @OTNArchBeat

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Wednesday Nov 25, 2015

On wearables, IoT, and how they fit into Oracle’s UX strategy

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There’s a lot to be excited about on the emerging technology front right now, especially around wearables. Oracle's investment in user experience around emerging technology -- what we're researching, how we think wearables and other new technology like the Internet of Things (IoT) could fit into the enterprise world, and defining Oracle's strategy in user experience going forward -- is a major focus for us now and in coming months.

You may have seen The AppsLab’s post on the Apple Watch, The Apple Watch Arrives, in this space last month. We also talked about how the Oracle Applications User Experience (OAUX) design philosophy of “Glance, Scan, Commit” fits the wearables model on the Usable Apps blog. We’ve had some more time to sit with it all. Take a look at these new posts on -- of course -- the Apple Watch, as well as other devices that can activate the Internet of Things.

We also have a free ebook, in which you can get a strategic look at the roadmap for the Oracle Applications Cloud. Download your copy today.

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Thursday Nov 12, 2015

IoT Cloud Service – Driving value in the connected world–Webcast Wednesday, November 18th

imageWednesday, November 18th @ 9:00 AM - 10:00 AM PT

Speakers:

Harish Gaur, Senior Director Product Management for Internet of Things Product Group

Simon Nicholson, Senior Director, Product Management for the Internet of Things Product Group

IoT presents a huge opportunity to transform and differentiate your business—whether you are in manufacturing, logistics, infrastructure, or other verticals. Companies are looking to deliver business benefits from the Internet of Things (IoT) around reduced operational costs and enhanced customer experience, and by improving products. If this is done right, returns can be significant and rapid. By leveraging large volumes of sensor data, analyzing this data, and connecting this data with back-end applications, customers and partners are realizing the full potential of IoT for digital transformation.

Join this session to understand Oracle IoT Strategy and a phased approach to ROI with the Oracle Internet of Things Cloud Service, making IoT implementation straightforward, simple and effective. In this session, you will learn how the feature set will help you to quickly build IoT applications, connect and manage devices, configure and monitor security policies, manage and analyze massive amounts of data and integrate with your business processes and applications. You will also see examples of out-of-the-box integration with other Oracle Cloud services and applications, showing the unique value through end-to-end integration that Oracle provides.

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Monday Oct 26, 2015

IoT PaaS showcase for Predictive Maintenance by HCL at Oracle OpenWorld2015

imageWant to see a showcase of the brand new Oracle Internet of Things (IoT cloud service consuming Mobile & Process and Integration Cloud Service? Make sure you visit the Samsung & HCL Demo center at Moscone Center South Exhibition Hall – Booth 1221.

The use case includes the complete flow from fault recognition, gather and diagnose information, repair and settle and schedule preventive maintenance. The whole show case was build on the Oracle PaaS Platform. For more information or in case you can not make it to San Francisco please contact Luis Weir here.

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Sunday Oct 18, 2015

IoT hands-on workshop January 13th 2016 Munich Germany

clip_image002Gain new data-driven insights and drive actions from Internet of Things (IoT) data, enabling your business to deliver innovative new services faster than your competitors, with less risk. Securely connect, analyze, and integrate real-time IoT data, at scale, between connected devices and your enterprise applications.

Schedule:

January 13th 2015 10:00 – 17:00

Oracle Office Munich
Riesstraße 25

80992 Munich

Germany

Agenda

  • Oracle Stream Explorer
    • Überblick, und Use Cases
    • Hands-On Übungen
  • Internet of Things Cloud Service
    • Überblick und Architektur
    • Geräteanbindung und Gateways
    • Geräteverwaltung und Eventanalyse
    • Backend APIs
    • Live Demo
    • Hands-On Übungen
    • Integration-, BI- und Big Data Cloud Services

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Saturday Jul 25, 2015

Java and the Internet of Things: Automating the Industrial Economy

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Industrial automation involves the integration of physical machinery and processes with sensors, computers, and software. The result is an intelligent manufacturing infrastructure for increased safety and efficiency, and lowered costs. However, industrial automation comes with its own set of challenges. These include the need to connect multiple proprietary control systems, maintain end – to-end system uptime, reduce energy consumption and total costs, adhere to regulatory requirements, and increase safety and security at every phase. At its core, industrial automation aims to bring together the advances of two transformative revolutions: the machines, facilities, fleets and networks that arose from the Industrial Revolution, and the powerful advances in computing, information and communication systems established via the Internet Revolution. The intersection of these two diverse and disparate sets of technologies often results in a mixture of individual solutions. Businesses need their distributed manufacturing and business processes and control systems to behave like a single , flexible computing platform combined securely with a modern development platform to build, deploy and update applications. Oracle Java Embedded delivers this. Get the whitepaper here.

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Monday Jun 08, 2015

The Internet of Things Will Be Huge, Is Your IT Infrastructure Ready to Support It? by Harish Venkat


clip_image002IDC predicts that the worldwide IoT market will grow from $1.3 trillion in 2013 to $3.04 trillion in 2020 (1). IDC also states that within three years, 50% of IT networks will transition from having excess capacity to handle the additional IoT devices to being network constrained. (2)
As further evidence, analyst firm 451 Research reported an increase in M&A spending in 2014 that pushed 'Internet of Things'-related deal-making past the $14bn mark, a fortyfold increase in acquirer spending compared to 2013. (3)
This rate of growth cannot be ignored. IoT is inevitable and will create tremendous opportunity for a new wave of services built around connected devices. It will also pose challenges to IT and infrastructure leaders for the following reasons:

  • The volume of data that will come off devices will be enormous and capable of completely overwhelming network infrastructures.
  • IT infrastructures will need to support these vast amounts of data.
  • Solutions that aren’t fully integrated will fail to deliver needed data and analytic capabilities. All devices will need to be integrated with all other devices, so seamless integration of applications and technologies will be critical.
  • Realizing business value from IoT will be dependent upon scalable and flexible infrastructures that can integrate and secure data received from various components and devices.

How can you prepare? A good first step is to modernize IT infrastructures and upgrade legacy architectures. As is the case with other technology trends like mobile, big data, and social, IT needs to be agile and strongly aligned with the business. This means anticipating and responding to business needs quickly, providing real-time information that informs decision-making, and being scalable to support planned and unplanned growth. Read the complete article here.

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