Enabling Analytics on Edge Devices in Internet of Things.
According to Gartner by 2020, Internet of Things (IoT) is expected to create a total economic value add of $1.9T. As new breed of applications and architectures emerge for IoT, one approach involves pushing more processing and analytics at the edge by using gateways & concentrators connected to multiple sensors or devices like meters, smoke detectors, appliances, personal heath devices etc.
Value Proposition of this Architecture is -
- Deliver Tangible Results – Fast Data (fast processing, fast action) brings more value to high velocity sensor/device data. This enables new services, better customer experience, improved efficiency, higher quality in operations
- Reduce Network Traffic - You can filter events at or near the event source, reducing the amount of network traffic flowing to the datacenter
- Drive True Real Time Action – By taking action on events near the origin you avoid the latency of driving all actions after the event reaches the datacenter.
Oracle Event Processing (OEP) for Java Embedded is designed to enable edge devices to become more intelligent and respond real-time. OEP extracts information & drives actions on device data using a query language called CQL (extension to SQL for continuous queries against streaming data) and a scalable development framework called Event Processing Network (EPN).
In this Webcast we will provide an overview of OEP Development process, success stories across industries and suggest some next steps to bring innovative solutions to the market.
Event Date: Tuesday, June 17, 2014
Event Time: 04:00 PM CEST
- Overview of Oracle Event Processing for Java Embedded – Value proposition & role in IoT Architecture, Product Overview, Development, Deployment & Management process for EPNs.
- Use cases & success stories across different industries
- Business benefits and opportunities to jointly bring new offerings to market with Oracle
Solution Architecture Director, Oracle
Shivanshu Upadhyay is Solution Architecture Director in the Oracle ISV/Java Organization. Shivanshu works with global partners on technology enablement, reference architecture, joint solution development, and Go-to-Market initiatives. In his current role, Shivanshu is working with several partners in defining their Internet of Things initiatives while also helping with architecture & integration with Oracle products.
Global Architect, Oracle
Tim Graves is a Global Architect responsible for IOT implementation in the Oracle ISV/Java Organization. Tim works on developing the IOT implementation architecture which is based on a range of Oracle products form the device through to the data centre. Tim also works with Oracle partners on how the Oracle IOT architecture can be used in their environments.