Attendees should have the following software already installed for a better experience:
The Internet of Things requires new applications to consume data that streams in from connected devices, and apply advanced real-time analytics. It also demands the ability to scale horizontally in order to support a large number of devices, while keeping extreme low latency for immediate data insights.
How can you leverage open source software like Apache Geode, Spring XD, Docker, and Cloud Foundry/Lattice to quickly build a complete IoT solution?
In less than half a day, this hands-on workshop will show you how to:
Get hands-on training with several open source projects:
Fred Melo is a director of technical marketing at Pivotal. Fred has been developing software for 15+ years, and his job is to help customers worldwide on their journey to platform-as-a-service and an agile world.
William Markito Oliveira is a solution architect of enterprise applications with focus on system integration and highly distributed systems. He has large Java platform experience, solid skills in development and architecture of SOA, Big Data, EAI, and web services-based applications. William currently works at Pivotal and was formerly at Oracle, BEA, and Ericsson. He was born in Brazil and now lives in the Portland area. He is a co-author of the Java EE Tutorial (ISBN: 978-0321980083, ISBN: 978-0137081868) and Oracle Getting Started with WebLogic 12c: Developer’s Guide (ISBN: 978-1849686969).
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