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Internet of Things and IBM

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On the road to the Internet of Things with IBM and Arrow. The trends, MQTT, IBM Message Sight and Internet of Things Cloud.

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Internet of Things and IBM

  1. 1. IBM Internet of Things Cloud Page 1 On the road to the IoT with IBM The Internet of Things and IBM Dave Locke Senior Inventor Product Management and Ecosystem for IoT and M2M
  2. 2. IBM Internet of Things Cloud Page 2 On the road to the IoT with IBM Please Note IBM's statements regarding its plans, directions, and intent are subject to change or withdrawal at IBM's sole discretion. Information regarding potential future products is intended to outline our general product direction and it should not be relied on in making a purchasing decision. The information mentioned regarding potential future products is not a commitment, promise, or legal obligation to deliver any material, code or functionality. Information about potential future products may not be incorporated into any contract. The development, release, and timing of any future features or functionality described for our products remains at our sole discretion. Performance is based on measurements and projections using standard IBM benchmarks in a controlled environment. The actual throughput or performance that any user will experience will vary depending upon many factors, including considerations such as the amount of multiprogramming in the user's job stream, the I/O configuration, the storage configuration, and the workload processed. Therefore, no assurance can be given that an individual user will achieve results similar to those stated here.
  3. 3. IBM Internet of Things Cloud Page 3 On the road to the IoT with IBM Many Things IoT 2020 View
  4. 4. IBM Internet of Things Cloud Page 4 On the road to the IoT with IBM … but this isn’t just about scale My phone only talked to other phones It sent data to others when I asked it to Mobile phone companies led the market What will replace it? Who will it talk to? What companies will lead? My phone can connect to almost anything It shares and receives information automatically Computer & content companies drive the market ?
  5. 5. IBM Internet of Things Cloud Page 5 On the road to the IoT with IBM … the traditional view of HW is changing • We are building systems of systems Latest generation car: 100 electronic controllers 10 million lines of code Its own IP address Developed in 29 months General Motors - 2011 Chevy Volt http://ibm.co/btsi5C
  6. 6. IBM Internet of Things Cloud Page 6 On the road to the IoT with IBM Trends: price, power consumption, network, size, convenience Low Power Wide Area Network
  7. 7. IBM Internet of Things Cloud Page 8 On the road to the IoT with IBM Sense and ControlSense and ControlVisualise and RespondVisualise and Respond Mobile Web Intelligence and Analytics Intelligence and Analytics Traditional Backend Systems Traditional Backend Systems BigDataBigData Sense Data/Alert Respond Control Sensor Area Network Home Area Network Personal Area Network Vehicle Area Network Sensor Area Network Home Area Network Personal Area Network Vehicle Area Network Sensors Actuators Controllers MQTT-SN MQ… Edge Gateway Interconnect with MessageSight & IoT Cloud MQTT & HTTP The Realm of IoT & MQTT
  8. 8. IBM Internet of Things Cloud Page 9 On the road to the IoT with IBM Introducing IBM MessageSight Connecting the Enterprise reliably to Mobile and the Internet of Things • Brings a better/faster user experience to millions of mobile applications and devices while reducing data costs and increasing battery life • Mobile optimized reliable data transmission and data fan-out increases interactivity while reducing support and infrastructure costs • Delivered on IBM’s next generation appliance technology - IBM’s proven appliance platform provides extreme OpEx cost savings - Single chassis replaces dozens of traditional connectivity servers IBM’s Optimized Internet Messaging platform for Mobile Applications and the Internet of Things
  9. 9. IBM Internet of Things Cloud Page 10 On the road to the IoT with IBM IBM MessageSight Key Capabilities • Optimized gateway for Things and Mobile devices • Efficient open protocol • Event-driven awareness • Open and industry agnostic • Fine-grained security policies • Active dev community • Free dev virtual appliance • Simple yet powerful APIs • Simple messaging paradigm • 40+ MQTT client libraries • Up and running < 30 minutes • Task oriented UI guides administrator through first steps • Simple and scalable management through policies • Hardened Appliance Form Factor with secure firmware (signed and encrypted by IBM) and no user-visible, general purpose OS • Virtual appliance • JMS • WebSockets • MQ • Integration Bus • Worklight • 13M non-persistent msg/sec • 400K persistent msg/sec • 1M concurrent connections • Predictable microsecond latency under load • Highly available Designed for Things Developer Friendly Internet Scale Easy to Integrate Easy to Deploy Secure Reliable Appliance
  10. 10. IBM Internet of Things Cloud Page 11 On the road to the IoT with IBM Smart Home and Energy: Real time energy management Virtual Power Plant Capacity Futures Market DemandTrends Weather Control Heating, Appliances MQTTMQTTMQTTMQTT Usage Energy, Temp… Instrumented home
  11. 11. IBM Internet of Things Cloud Page 12 On the road to the IoT with IBM T h e L iv in g S a f e P r o je c t P a r t n e r s h ip w it h I t a lia n G o v e r n m e n t C o p in g w it h a n a g e in g p o p u la t io n I n s t r u m e n t in g h o m e s M o b ile w a r d e n s U I F u s e d t o m o n it o r s t a t u s a n d r e c e iv e a le r t s & in s t r u c t io n s • Partnership with Italian Government • Helping cope with an ageing population • Allowing the elderly to stay in their own homes • Homes are instrumented – Sensors feed back to central control room • Web dashboard in central control room – providing at a glance view • Wardens have mobile app that allows them to – monitor status – receive alerts and instructions Assisted Living: The Living Safe Project
  12. 12. IBM Internet of Things Cloud Page 13 On the road to the IoT with IBM Smarter Health: Monitoring in your home and on the go Smart pacemaker records data Near-field RF comms Bedside appliance extracts information MQTT Security Gateway Enterprise Integration Analytics Clinic / Clinicians Analytics build patient knowledge and extract insight Professionals perform the action  Smart, connected, pacemakers eliminate the need for regular clinic visits  Problems are detected early, preventing potentially life threatening incidents Pacemaker
  13. 13. IBM Internet of Things Cloud Page 14 On the road to the IoT with IBM Example use case: Connected car Smartcar Unlock my car schedules appointment with car owner Find my car Predicts part failurePay as you drive Insurance Events: Anti Lock Brakes, Air Bag deployed, Vibration detected, Location change Smarter City Alerts to vehicle Smart Home
  14. 14. IBM Internet of Things Cloud Page 15 On the road to the IoT with IBM All IoT Use Cases Have a Common Set of Fundamental Requirements  Easily on-board any connected “thing”  Create a real-time communication channel with the “thing”  Begin capturing data from the “thing” and store it in a historian DB  Provide access to the collected data  Pay for the service based on usage Extended Requirements:  Provide a layer of analytics on the data in both real-time and on historical trend data  Trigger events based on specific data conditions  Interact with the “thing” from business apps and/or from mobile devices
  15. 15. IBM Internet of Things Cloud Page 16 On the road to the IoT with IBM IBM Internet of Things Cloud Maximo ServiceMaximo Service Managed APIs Managed APIs Registration, Connectivity, messaging Registration, Connectivity, messaging Partners Customers Developers Employees More Things Real-time Analytics Real-time Analytics Hadoop Analytics Hadoop Analytics Data Historian Service Data Historian Service CloudOE Dev & Runtime CloudOE Dev & Runtime Zero Code Apps Zero Code Apps 10X Rapid Device Onboarding Simple registration of connected things Secure bi-directional communication Event-driven pub-sub model Secure transmission of data Time series analysis High speed data capture Time series query and analytics Real-time analytics Streaming data analysis Data correlation and mediation Rapid development of Cloud Applications Polyglot development & runtime model Rapid cloud-based development tools Self Service Pay as you go Pay per device
  16. 16. IBM Internet of Things Cloud Page 17 On the road to the IoT with IBM IoT Building Block for Industry Solutions Device Registration & Connectivity Connectivity | Awareness | Security & Privacy | Asset mgmt Device Registration & Connectivity Connectivity | Awareness | Security & Privacy | Asset mgmt Orchestration Mediation | Composition | Rules Orchestration Mediation | Composition | Rules Data services Historian | File | Archive Data services Historian | File | Archive Simple API Simple API Big Data Analytics Streaming Analytics | Batch Analytics Big Data Analytics Streaming Analytics | Batch Analytics IBMInternet of Things Cloud Platform Layer Solution Layer Connected Car Cloud Service Delivery Platform Intelligent Operations Center Solution Developers APIAPI APIAPI APIAPI … Maximo Asset Management Embedded Developers
  17. 17. IBM Internet of Things Cloud Page 18 On the road to the IoT with IBM The IoT Cloud is Part of our Broader Cloud Platform Codenamed: BlueMix Delivering a Composable Services development environment Run Your Apps The developer can chose any language runtime or bring their own. Just upload your code and go. DevOps Development, monitoring, deployment and logging tools allow the developer to run the entire application APIs and Services A catalog of open source, IBM and third party APIs services allow a developer to stitch together an application in minutes. Cloud Integration Build hybrid environments. Connect to on-premises systems of record plus other public and private clouds. Expose your own APIs to your developers. Built on IBM SoftLayer Runs automatically on top of IBM’s leading infrastructure as a service. No need to worry about provisioning or managing infrastructure.
  18. 18. IBM Internet of Things Cloud Page 19 On the road to the IoT with IBM Plenty of Cloud Platform Services Dev Ops Liberty for Java™ RubyNode.js “Bring Your Own Buildpack” SQL Database JSON Database Mongo DB PostgreSQL Mobile Data Data Management Services & Big Data CloudCode Mobile App Mgmt Mobile Services Mobile Quality Assurance BLU Data Warehouse MySQL Twilio Data Cache Session Cache Elastic MQ Web & App Application Decision SSO Redis MapReduce RabbitMQ Log Analysis Push Runtimes Monitoring and Analytics Git Hosting Deployment Automation Web IDE Agile Development Cloudant Integration Cloud Integration
  19. 19. IBM Internet of Things Cloud Page 20 On the road to the IoT with IBM An Ecosystem is required to build the Internet of Things Solutions & Applications IBM Maximo Smarter Cities Transport & Rail Energy & Utilities Consumer Electronics Life Science & Healthcare Oil & Gas Connected Vehicle Industrial Manufacturing Devices Gateways CloudsNetworks IBM Industry Solutions IBM SWG MessageSight Streams
  20. 20. IBM Internet of Things Cloud Page 21 On the road to the IoT with IBM Thank you for Listening

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