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Oracle IoT Cloud Service - by Meni Meller

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Jun 5, 2017
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I keep hearing more and more customers talking about use cases that are IoT specific. Although each customer has its own unique requirements,
the solutions around IoT do have some in common.

The basic DNA of an IoT use-case requires the following:

  • Devices     or Applications that generate data and their registration /     de-registration lifecycle
  • Back-end     system that can scale and take all those distributed events in
  • ‍High     performance event processor to analyze complex patterns across the event     stream
  • Integration     with enterprise and / or cloud systems such as service, sales, CRM, etc...
  • ‍Ability     to store those events for future analysis, this is where BigData comes     into the picture in many cases
  • ‍Analytics     for learning about your business out of that massive data pool

Oracle's strategy for IoT is to provide all of the above within the Oracle IoT cloud service.

If you find this topic relevant or just interesting, feel free to contact me to get a look into the platform.

Note that the IoT cloud service is a member of the Oracle PaaS (Platform As A Service) where existing capabilities such as Business Intelligence, BigData storage and Discovery, Integration engines, mobile cloud service and more compliment each other and provide an end-to-end platform for implementing IoT scenarios.

Additional information can be found here:

https://www.oracle.com/solutions/internet-of-things/index.html

 

I keep hearing more and more customers talking about use cases that are IoT specific. Although each customer has its own unique requirements,
the solutions around IoT do have some in common.

The basic DNA of an IoT use-case requires the following:

  • Devices     or Applications that generate data and their registration /     de-registration lifecycle
  • Back-end     system that can scale and take all those distributed events in
  • ‍High     performance event processor to analyze complex patterns across the event     stream
  • Integration     with enterprise and / or cloud systems such as service, sales, CRM, etc...
  • ‍Ability     to store those events for future analysis, this is where BigData comes     into the picture in many cases
  • ‍Analytics     for learning about your business out of that massive data pool

Oracle's strategy for IoT is to provide all of the above within the Oracle IoT cloud service.

If you find this topic relevant or just interesting, feel free to contact me to get a look into the platform.

Note that the IoT cloud service is a member of the Oracle PaaS (Platform As A Service) where existing capabilities such as Business Intelligence, BigData storage and Discovery, Integration engines, mobile cloud service and more compliment each other and provide an end-to-end platform for implementing IoT scenarios.

Additional information can be found here:

https://www.oracle.com/solutions/internet-of-things/index.html

 

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