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Booting IoT with Grails
Booting IoT with Grails
Booting IoT with Grails
Booting IoT with Grails
Booting IoT with Grails
Booting IoT with Grails
Booting IoT with Grails
Booting IoT with Grails
Booting IoT with Grails
Booting IoT with Grails
Booting IoT with Grails
Booting IoT with Grails
Booting IoT with Grails
Booting IoT with Grails
Booting IoT with Grails
Booting IoT with Grails
Booting IoT with Grails
Booting IoT with Grails
Booting IoT with Grails
Booting IoT with Grails
Booting IoT with Grails
Booting IoT with Grails
Booting IoT with Grails
Booting IoT with Grails
Booting IoT with Grails
Booting IoT with Grails
Booting IoT with Grails
Booting IoT with Grails
Booting IoT with Grails
Booting IoT with Grails
Booting IoT with Grails
Booting IoT with Grails
Booting IoT with Grails
Booting IoT with Grails
Booting IoT with Grails
Booting IoT with Grails
Booting IoT with Grails
Booting IoT with Grails
Booting IoT with Grails
Booting IoT with Grails
Booting IoT with Grails
Booting IoT with Grails
Booting IoT with Grails
Booting IoT with Grails
Booting IoT with Grails
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Booting IoT with Grails

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Recorded at SpringOne2GX
Speaker: Colin Harrington
GG Special Topics Track

In a world of the cloud, virtualization, containerization, microservices and nanoservices we talk about scaling up, scaling out, and decoupling our systems, but typically miss scaling down to an embedded platform.

At the same time that we have moved away from heavy monolithic web containers, we've seen a rise of powerful low cost embedded Linux devices such as the RaspberryPi.

We'll explore what it means to use a framework such as Grails as a power player on embedded Linux devices for IoT & home automation applications.

Published in: Technology

Booting IoT with Grails

  1. 1. GET / HTTP/1 .1 Host: whatev er-name:1234 Accept: */* HTTP/1.1 200 OK
  2. 2. grails dependency-report

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