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OSGi Community Event 2013 (http://www.osgi.org/CommunityEvent2013/Schedule)
M2M is a highly dynamic market and is turning ever more challenging and complex as we progress toward fulfilling the vision of the Internet of Things. There are several big challenges to overcome. While device interoperability between devices and with the cloud has already been tackled, one of the biggest challenges is the managing of the devices and its resources in the cloud as well as ensuring scalability across a wide range of intelligent, heterogeneous devices. The strongly adopted M2M-gateways based on Java/ OSGi pose another dimension to manageability, as you now need to do complete lifecycle management of the applications including the efficient and secure deployment of software components and also manage their use of resources on the embedded devices.
We will present an integrated End-2-End Java/ OSGI solution addressing this, consisting of an embedded Java/ OSGI solution for the client-side and a JavaEE-based backend system. We will also show the results of a performance benchmarking of the ProSyst backend device management system (mPRM) deployed on Oracle Exalogic Elastic Cloud system with Oracle Exadata Database, which demonstrates an integrated backend M2M solution capable to provide real-time management and monitoring of millions of simultaneously connected devices in a very efficient and secure manner. Last not least, we will talk about concrete customer deployments and demonstrate the complete solution.
Thomas, CEO of ProSyst, joined them in November 2000. Before, he gained over 17 years of experience in international banking, thereof 4 years as an Executive Board member of Chase Manhattan Bank AG, as head of the banks corporate business, and, since mid 1998, as a Managing Director of Capital Markets at Merrill Lynch Germany. Throughout his career, his main focus was on the successful introduction of innovative products and services. Thomas Hott attained a German Diploma in Economics.
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