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Informix - Internet of Things, "Internet of Things: Intelligent Database of Choice - Embedded database for Devices and Enterprise database for the Cloud" Sandor Szabo

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  • © 2014 IBM Corporation IBM Informix Enterprise Data Management for Internet-of-Things Sandor Szabo, IBM sandor.szabo@de.ibm.com
  • © 2014 IBM Corporation2 Agenda • What is Internet of Things (IoT) • Why it matters – IoT Improving life • Industry Examples of IoT • Managing Data in IoT with IBM Informix • Informix Solutions for Internet-of-Things (IoT)
  • © 2014 IBM Corporation What is the Internet of Things (IoT) “The Internet of Things refers to uniquely identifiable objects (things) and their virtual representations in an Internet-like structure.” – Wikipedia (link) “The Internet of Things is the network of physical objects that contain embedded technology to communicate and sense or interact with their internal states or the external environment.” – Gartner (link) “The Internet of Things represents an evolution in which objects are capable of interacting with other objects. Hospitals can monitor and regulate pacemakers long distance, factories can automatically address production line issues and hotels can adjust temperature and lighting according to a guest's preferences, to name just a few examples.” – IBM (link)
  • © 2014 IBM Corporation Why Internet of Things now? • A “perfect storm” scenario – Billions of devices (things) all connected – Significant drop in processing, memory and storage costs per unit – Technological advances enable ability to handle data as never before • Emerging “System of Systems” – “a collection of task-oriented or dedicated systems that pool their resources and capabilities together to create a new, more complex system which offers more functionality and performance than simply the sum of the constituent systems”
  • © 2014 IBM Corporation5 • What is Internet of Things (IoT) • Why it matters – IoT Improving life • Industry Examples of IoT • Managing Data in IoT with IBM Informix • Informix Solutions for Internet-of-Things (IoT)
  • © 2014 IBM Corporation IoT Improving life • Imagine you normally wake up at 6 a.m. for work each day. But on this day, your car is low on fuel. A fuel sensor notices this, and has a chat with your Smartphone, and asks your alarm to wake you up 10 minutes early. • Your phone is then sent a text alerting you that you need to get gas on the way into work. • The coffee machine is programmed to turn on at 6 a.m. each morning, but this morning, it too will be scheduled to turn on 10 minutes early.
  • © 2014 IBM Corporation7 Analyze Data 15 minute intervals Predicting an oncoming Health Issue. Embedded IoT Improving life (contd.) • Devices monitoring your heart • Implanted sensors – alerting when an critical event is likely to occur or has occurred • Alerts sent to emergency services • On device analysis to alert emergency services immediately • Person’s information, location, conditions sent • Data sent to the cloud for historic analysis, trends • To predict and recommend course of action
  • © 2014 IBM Corporation IoT Terms & Concepts •M2M – Machine to machine •Sensor / Edge devices •Embed •Ubiquitous Computing •Cloud •Message broker (MessageSight) •MQTT & Pub/sub •Big Data
  • © 2014 IBM Corporation IoT Data Management is a Big Data problem • Big data is massive amounts of data, both structured and unstructured. Commonly described as the three V’s. • Volume is the exponential growth in the data that businesses store. This also involves aggregation of current data for various view points. Storage plays a factor and is an important aspect in storing this large amounts of data. • Velocity is related to the speed at which the data is delivered, and the handling of that data in near-real time. • Variety speaks to the fact that the data that needs to be handled is not just text related data anymore. Structured data as well as unstructured data, including emails, video, audio, etc. 9
  • © 2014 IBM Corporation10 • What is Internet of Things (IoT) • Why it matters – IoT Improving life • Industry Examples of IoT • Managing Data in IoT with IBM Informix • Informix Solutions for Internet-of-Things (IoT)
  • © 2014 IBM Corporation Changing Business Models – Vehicle MaintenanceChanging Business Models – Vehicle Maintenance One of the largest freight railroad companies is collecting data throughout its railroad network from sensors and detectors to reduce maintenance costs and increase revenues. Data is collected and consolidated and then sent back to an Informix database for storage and analysis. Analytics is performed on an ongoing basis to determine potential repair needs and to determine operational effectiveness. Sensor data is then sent to the cloud where the data is used for online analytical processing There is a variety of data collected by various sensors. Over the next few year expected to have ~30 different types of sensor types, including video data collection 1 2 Data Center 3 4 5
  • © 2014 IBM Corporation Changing Business Models – Vehicle TrackingChanging Business Models – Vehicle Tracking Use map overlays to show hotspots of traffic density Data is collected and consolidated and then sent back to an Informix database for storage and analysis. Phone app to access data for your vehicle Sensor data is then sent to the cloud where the data is used for online analytical processing Vehicle resident sensing – Monitors engine operation including fluid levels, tire pressure, seat belt, air bag usage Onboard help using GPS for weather and traffic conditions Remote starting in bad weather situations 1 2 3 4 5 6 7
  • © 2014 IBM Corporation Changing Business Models – Network MonitoringChanging Business Models – Network Monitoring Monitoring network gateways and routers Performance checks and cross correlation of similar devices on the network Look for possible failure nodes before they happen Congestion monitoring & prediction Perform re-routing as desired 1 2 3 4 5
  • © 2014 IBM Corporation Changing Business Models – Health Care MonitoringChanging Business Models – Health Care Monitoring Automatic sensors to monitor well being Pendants, shower & bath buttons Activity sensors – rising in the morning, taking meds, using the fridge Bed & Chair sensors for inactivity monitoring Outside alarms to alert neighbors 1 2 3 4 5
  • © 2014 IBM Corporation15 • What is Internet of Things (IoT) • Why it matters – IoT Improving life • Industry Examples of IoT • Managing Data in IoT with IBM Informix • Informix Solutions for Internet-of-Things (IoT)
  • © 2014 IBM Corporation Edge device requirements  Today embedded devices are great for collecting and forwarding data for a single device, but…  Consumers will have many devices and want a consolidated view  These devices generate a huge amount of data and collection space is limited  The variety and volume of data is a problem  It is time consuming to locate stored data  Different devices types generate different kinds of data – time series, spatial, text which makes analytics difficult Why have a database at the Edge?  Operations at the edge are:  Sorting, aggregation, duplicate elimination, data cleansing, analytics …  Response time is often critical  Respond to events in real- time  A distributed view of data across devices may be required Why an Enterprise Class database is needed:  What can be done in the cloud can be done at the edge.  Only the scale is different  Having the same database at the edge as in the backend/cloud makes application development much simpler  Enterprise reliability vs standard off-the-shelf offerings Why IBM Informix?  Informix database software incorporates design concepts that are uniquely suited to the challenges in today’s embedded device's, resulting in extremely high levels of performance and availability, distinctive capabilities in data replication and scalability, and no administrative overhead.  Easily embedded in a device  Install footprint and memory required as low as 64 MB  Hands-free administration  Built-in support for time series and spatial/GIS data  Analytics built into the database  Supports JSON/BSON and SQL apps simultaneously in the same database  Scales-out across multiple devices Embedded Database for the Edge Why IBM Informix for IoT
  • © 2014 IBM Corporation17 Why IBM Informix for IoT (contd.) – Informix announced support for ARM in Q4/2013 – only Enterprise class database embedded for ARM devices – Small enough install size and low memory requirements to comfortably fit in many devices at the edge – Less than 64 MB – Holds millions of records per Gigabyte – Hybrid database supporting JSON/BSON and SQL applications simultaneously in same database Full Enterprise Class functionality whether running in an ARM based Edge Device or on the Cloud The Informix database is well suited for the whole spectrum of database requirements in Internet-of-Things (IoT) ARM has 95%+ market share in smart phones and a dominant market share in various other device categories like tablets, set-top boxes, networking, etc.. – ARM projects 30 billion connected devices by 2020 (shipped 8.7b ARM based devices in 2012)
  • © 2014 IBM Corporation • Informix is proven technology as an embedded database. Providing a small footprint with a fully featured enterprise database server. • Built in autonomics with self healing, self configuration and automation with the DB scheduler. – Automated space provisioning – Automated Memory Management – Dynamically tuned Engine parameters • Embedding Informix in consolidation devices on the edge of the network of IoT allows for: – Complex store and forward capabilities with transformation and aggregation of data – Business decisions made on the edge, closer to the producer of the data Informix Embed Strengths
  • © 2014 IBM Corporation Service Framework – Integrating Equipment & Appliances to Provide Connected Services Service Provider s Maintenan ce Security Health Energy Media Telephony Others Energy GenerationSecurity Lighting Control Smart Metering Sub MeteringHVAC Environmental KPI Monitoring Network Access Informix Shaspa SmartGate Shaspa embeds Informix Powered by IBM Informix Software
  • © 2014 IBM Corporation IoT – Enterprise Database for the Cloud Backend/Cloud requirements  The volume of data that must be stored is a real challenge:  Companies are already planning to store data for billions of devices  No single server is large enough  Millions of records must be stored each second  Data can be coming from 1000’s of different locations  Data from a variety of device types must be stored and analyzed  Different devices types generate different kinds of data – time series, spatial, text which makes analytics difficult  Sensitive data must be protected  There may be medical, automotive, personal electronics, etc… all stored in the same cloud Why use a database in the Cloud?  Databases are well suited to managing the huge volumes of data from devices  Customers want to be able to browse and analyze their data  1000’s of concurrent users  Reports need to be run on the device data  Billing, dashboards, trend analysis, aggregation, duplicate elimination, data cleansing, correlation, prediction, etc…  Archiving for compliance and auditing  Enhances security via multi- tenancy  High availability and transparent failover required  Numerous well known APIs for application development Why IBM Informix?  Informix database software incorporates design concepts that are suited to challenges in IoT, resulting in extremely high levels of performance and availability, distinctive capabilities in data replication and scalability, and no administrative overhead.  Integrates with IBM products such as MessageSight, Streams, SoftLayer, BlueMix, etc…  Hands-free administration  Specialized high performance support for time series and spatial/GIS data  Continuously load millions of records per second  Analytics orders of magnitude faster than other databases  Supports JSON/BSON and SQL apps simultaneously  Scales-out across multiple servers
  • © 2014 IBM Corporation Device data consolidation Collection of data for all devices for all Homes Hints/Suggestions Correlation/Comparison Consumer / Business As user load increases and storage requirements grow the cloud can expand and retract as needed. Embedded SPSS/Cognos • Quickly deploy hardware – IaaS – add new hardware infrastructure as needed • Quickly deploy Informix – SaaS – Add a new Informix instance as a single node or into an Informix Grid • Quickly deploy Testing/development environment – PaaS – Create entire development/testing environment for Informix/NoSQL and other needs • Informix in the Cloud – IBM Softlayer Cloud – IBM BlueMix – Amazon Cloud IoT – Informix in the Cloud
  • © 2014 IBM Corporation Europe’s Largest Power company tackles the Smart Meter Big Data challenge with Informix TimeSeries + In-Memory Accelerator (IWA) • E.ON Metering (EMTG) is the center of excellence for the development and commercialization of smart energy solutions and technologies and part of Europe’s largest Power and Gas company E.ON • EMTG operates a sophisticated Smart Meter data infrastructure based on IBM Informix TimeSeries technology in combination with Informix In- Memory Warehouse Accelerator Optimised use of RE Device Energy Management Customer Involvement Dynamic Demand Control E-Mobility Energy Storage Management Energy Transparency Data Sampling
  • © 2014 IBM Corporation23 • What is Internet of Things (IoT) • Why it matters – IoT Improving life • Industry Examples of IoT • Managing Data in IoT with IBM Informix • Informix Solutions for Internet-of-Things (IoT)
  • © 2014 IBM Corporation24 Example of a 3-Tier Architecture Devices in the home -> Collector for all home data -> Collector for all homes Collection of data for all devices for all Homes Real-time Response Real-time Response Hints/Suggestions Hints/Suggestions Correlation/Comparison Data from other kinds of devices Consumer / Business Devices in the home Device data consolidation Device data consolidation Device data consolidation Device data consolidation Pub/Sub Embedded Informix Cluster in the Cloud NoSQL/Relational & Timeseries data Informix Warehouse Accelerator Real-Time Analytics Streaming data SPSS/Cognos MessageSight Infosphere Streams Informix Solutions for Internet-of-Things Device protocols including CoAP, 6LoWPAN, ZigBee etc..
  • © 2014 IBM Corporation Device Registration & Connectivity Connectivity | Awareness | Security & Privacy | Asset mgmt Device Registration & Connectivity Connectivity | Awareness | Security & Privacy | Asset mgmt Integration Mobile | Cloud | Enterprise Integration Mobile | Cloud | EnterpriseData services Historian | Cache | Search Data services Historian | Cache | Search Managed APIs Share | Monetize Managed APIs Share | Monetize Real-time Big Data Analytics Data Analytics | Event Analytics | Streaming Real-time Big Data Analytics Data Analytics | Event Analytics | Streaming Applications Runtime | Services Applications Runtime | Services Accelerators Accelerators IBM BlueMix Partners Customers Developers Employees More ThingsAPIAPI APIAPI APIAPI APIAPI APIAPI IBM Design for Internet of Things Cloud
  • © 2014 IBM Corporation IBM BlueMix - for Internet of Things Cloud
  • © 2014 IBM Corporation •https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCsdfm- BDILWYPM04F7jdKhw – Two videos on IoT; more on the way.. – Search for IBMInformixChannel IBM Informix YouTube Channel
  • © 2014 IBM Corporation28 Just one more thing… 
  • © 2014 IBM Corporation Powered by IBM Informix:Shaspaand Tatung announce the immediate availability of the next generation Smart Gateway Paving the foundation of a joint vision towards a smarter planet.  A Smart Home Solution to manage and interact with –Security –Entertainment –Health –Voice and Gesture recognition  Gateway devices that connects TVs, computers, mobile devices to smart meters, lights, appliances, plugs and sensors  The solutions portfolio on the ARM processor chip allows –Immediate responses to local events –To analyze larger trends and insights
  • © 2014 IBM Corporation30 IBM Informix 12.10 availible on ARM Processors! • A full version IInformix 12.10 Edition, with TimeSeries- und Geospatial support • Minimum requirments for Informix 12.10 on ARM boards –ARMv7 CPU with Floatingpoint support –512 MB RAM (for Linux and Informix) –Writable media like SSD, SD, microSD for Database data –Mimimum disk space for the database < 100 MB
  • © 2014 IBM Corporation31 IBM Informix 12.10 on Intel Quark! • Full Informix 12.10 Edition, with TimeSeries • Minimum requirments for Informix 12.10 – on Quark –400MHz 32-bit Intel® Pentium –256 MB RAM (for Linux and Informix) –Writable media like SSD, SD, microSD for Database data –Mimimum disk space for the database < 100 MB – Linux Distributionen for Galileo board Debian 7.1
  • © 2014 IBM Corporation32 IBM Informix 12.10 on Cubieboard A20-ARM • Full Informix 12.10 Edition, with TimeSeries and Spacial • Technical data: – Dual core ARM cortex-A7 processor (2x 1,0 GHz) – 1GB RAM (for Linux und Informix) – 4 GB Flash – 2x USB 2.0 , 1x Micro SD-Kartenslot, 1x SATA, 1x ir – HDMI 1080p Output – 96 extend pin including I2C, SPI, RGB/LVDS, CSI/TS, FM-IN, ADC, CVBS, VGA, SPDIF-OUT, R-TP. – 100M Ethernet – Linux Distribution Debian 7.1
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  • © 2014 IBM Corporation Acknowledgements and Disclaimers Availability. References in this presentation to IBM products, programs, or services do not imply that they will be available in all countries in which IBM operates. The workshops, sessions and materials have been prepared by IBM or the session speakers and reflect their own views. They are provided for informational purposes only, and are neither intended to, nor shall have the effect of being, legal or other guidance or advice to any participant. While efforts were made to verify the completeness and accuracy of the information contained in this presentation, it is provided AS-IS without warranty of any kind, express or implied. IBM shall not be responsible for any damages arising out of the use of, or otherwise related to, this presentation or any other materials. Nothing contained in this presentation is intended to, nor shall have the effect of, creating any warranties or representations from IBM or its suppliers or licensors, or altering the terms and conditions of the applicable license agreement governing the use of IBM software. All customer examples described are presented as illustrations of how those customers have used IBM products and the results they may have achieved. Actual environmental costs and performance characteristics may vary by customer. Nothing contained in these materials is intended to, nor shall have the effect of, stating or implying that any activities undertaken by you will result in any specific sales, revenue growth or other results. © Copyright IBM Corporation 2013. All rights reserved. •U.S. Government Users Restricted Rights - Use, duplication or disclosure restricted by GSA ADP Schedule Contract with IBM Corp. IBM, the IBM logo, ibm.com, Informix. Websphere MQTT, MessageSight are trademarks or registered trademarks of International Business Machines Corporation in the United States, other countries, or both. If these and other IBM trademarked terms are marked on their first occurrence in this information with a trademark symbol (® or ™), these symbols indicate U.S. registered or common law trademarks owned by IBM at the time this information was published. Such trademarks may also be registered or common law trademarks in other countries. A current list of IBM trademarks is available on the Web at “Copyright and trademark information” at www.ibm.com/legal/copytrade.shtml Other company, product, or service names may be trademarks or service marks of others. 35