• August 5, 2013

Oracle's Internet of Things platform

Internet of Things is a new market opportunity
for many Enterprise Software vendors. We just launched our web site around Oracle's Internet of Things platform which is a
collection of Oracle's products that makes developing & managing IoT
Applications easier. This is an evolving field and developments will happen at
a fast pace. I will spend time discussing IoT in my future blog posts. Please
avail below opportunities to get the dialogue going with us -

OPN Webcasts

1) Internet of Things Platform for Smart City, Home
Automation, Industrial Automation, and Telecommunication  (Sep 5) http://event.on24.com/r.htm?e=663587&s=1&k=313ED7C22DF039171FF48196322185E8

2) Fast Data:
Connecting High Velocity Data to Value (Sep 12) http://event.on24.com/r.htm?e=663633&s=1&k=6EE08D56CAC07AA7551478FE344DC39

If you are attending Oracle Open
World SF 2013
(Sep 22-26), these sessions would be useful -

  • Internet of Things Platform: An
    In-Depth Look at the Role of Oracle Fusion Middleware [CON9867]
  • Internet of Things Platform for
    Smart City, Home and Industrial Automation, and Telcos [CON9848]
  • Unlocking the Potential of M2M: The
    Oracle Device-to-Data-Center Platform [CON8573] (Canon)
  • How Big Data and M2M Create
    Competitive Advantage in the Communications Industry [CON9616]
  • Big Data for Remote Services and
    Maintenance [CON9821]
  • Innovations in Oracle’s
    Concept-to-Cash Solutions [CON10061] (Telematics)
  • Fast Data for a Safer City
    [CON2072] (NEC)

If you are attending JavaOne then these sessions
would be useful –

  • Internet of Things with Java [CON4877] ,
    JES & OEP for Robust, Data-Intensive Applications [CON8405]
  • Optimized Architecture for M2M Solutions
    [CON5763] (Gemalto)
  • People Counting: A Case Study of Java
    and OSGi in Connected M2M Systems [CON5811] (Eurotech, Hitachi)
  • Home Automation in Action [CON7773] (Prosyst)
  • JMS, WebSocket, and the Internet of
    Things: Controlling Physical Devices on the Real-Time Web [CON3914] (Kaazing)

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