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Upgrade the hive

HiveMQ 4.2: IoT data solutions with new backup & restore features

HiveMQ is a “reliable data movement for connected devices” that helps bring a solution to the data that IoT applications generate. The newly announced version 4.2 introduces a new backup and restoration feature for the Professional and Enterprise Edition, as well as a few improvements added to the open source edition.

Understanding the need for hybrid development teams

Revolutionizing the web development sector

IoT is a diligent technology that has totally transformed our daily lives. But how has the technology affected web developers? In this article, we attempt to understand the impact of IoT on the web development landscape.

Hot off the press

New JAX Mag issue: Exploring the IoT universe

We’ve prepared a double dose of goodness for you with this special double issue! We’ve dedicated one half to talking about the IoT universe’s growth and dominance, and the other half to JAX London, bringing together features from experts innovating in the fields of Java, microservices, continuous delivery and DevOps.

Low code platform passes the test

Eclipse OSBP passes newbie test

The no-code/low-code platform Eclipse OSBP facilitates application development. It makes life easier for experienced developers. But what about newbies? How much prior experience does it take to make use of the platform? Read about the test here.

Leading IoT tools

Eclipse IoT survey 2019: IoT development continues to expand

The Internet of Things is growing, and with it comes new hurdles to cross. The Eclipse Foundation surveyed IoT developers and released their key findings about what platforms are the most popular, what we should expect next, and what the most popular IoT programming languages are.

5 less than K8s

Kubernetes for IoT gets lighter than ever with k3s

Kubernetes is looking lighter than air with this extremely lightweight distribution. k3s boasts an absolutely tiny binary, weighing in at less than 40 MB. Plus, you only need 512 MB of RAM to run it, making this a perfect distribution for Edge, IoT, or ARM computing!

What is the relationship between AI and IoT?

The impact of social AI on the Internet of Things

With IoT, you are giving devices, vehicles, buildings the ability to host algorithms and perform functions which can only be driven by software. Therefore, AI software is a must when you need to handle the complexity of the Internet of Things. In this article, Will Cappelli explores two major intersections of AI and IoT.

The future of manufacturing

IoT and blockchain are ready to drive a manufacturing revolution

In this article, Ilya Pupko, chief architect at Jitterbit, explains how the convergence of IoT and blockchain can transform an entire industry. How can these two pieces of technology work together in manufacturing to help streamline workloads and provide a better view of assembly processes? The digital revolution is here.

Program a working IoT device in as little as five minutes!

Deploy your IoT devices to the cloud with the new Arduino IoT Cloud

Want to dip your toes into IoT? The Internet of Things just got a whole lot more accessible with Arduino IoT Cloud public beta! From hardware to firmware and cloud services, Arduino provides developers a user-friendly start-to-finish environment for IoT applications.

Tech history 101

Know your history — There’s no slowing down IoT

Those who forget their history are doomed to repeat it. Our tech history series continues with the Internet of Things. How did we go from a pre-Internet world into one where there are more objects connected to the Internet than people? And how is the love of caffeine connected to this?

The missing protocol is ...

The Internet of Things: A technology in desperate need of a protocol

What is the missing protocol that will prove an essential companion to the internet of things and the data economy that comes with it? Blockchain, sort of. In this article, Henri Pihkala, CEO of Streamr discusses the demand for a real-time data economy and what’s needed to support the secure transport, storage and monetisation that the new data economy demands.

Benefits

How to use Machine Learning for IoT analysis

Many of the most exciting high-tech projects nowadays include bringing together knowledge from two or more well-established and fast-growing fields. One of the prominent examples is applying machine learning in order to filter and analyze the huge amount of data we obtain from the Internet of Things (IoT). But first, let’s see why IoT needs help from artificial intelligence in order to reach its full potential.