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Introduction To The IBM IoT Foundation

An Internet of Things solution will always need to connect devices, collect data, assemble events and do so in a way that is managed. With this introduction to the IBM Internet of Things Foundation, learn how all of this is delivered in a cloud hosted service and make it the platform on which you build your next set of innovations.

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Introduction To The IBM IoT Foundation

  1. 1. © 2015 IBM Corporation IAB4174 Introduction to the IBM Internet of Things Foundation Peter Crocker IBM Internet of Things Product Manager Arnaud Mathieu Program Director Internet of Things Development
  2. 2. Agenda Connect Collect Manage Assemble Get Started - Fast!
  3. 3. IoT Value Creation is Being Led by Makers and Operators 2 Enabled by Cloud makers operators The creation of smarter, connected products will redefine every industry with new capabilities that improve functionality, reduce costs, and deliver new value The operation of old and new systems, now integrated with intelligent things, can become interactive, reactive, and adaptive; to each other, people and places INSIGHT changes the way we design, secure, and operate
  4. 4. What can you do with IoT data Monetize • Charge for usage that is tracked by things • Enable Pay-per-use models of things Optimize • Improve efficiency of activities with data from things • Anticipate & predict optimal actions and responses Extend • Provide more value through connected things • Deliver data, content, services through things Control • Remotely affect behavior by controlling things • Make remote adjustments to optimize things
  6. 6. Industry-specific Solutions Design & Engineer Operate Manage Analyze and Optimize Connect, Collect and Store Secure Products, Assets, Infrastructure Protocols & Gateways
  7. 7. IBM has been delivering Internet Of Things solutions for a Smarter Planet even before the campaign launch in 2008
  8. 8. Digital technologies (sensors and other monitoring devices) are being embedded into many objects, systems and processes. Instrumented In the globalized, networked world, people, systems, objects and processes are connected, and they are communicating with one another in entirely new ways. Interconnected Leveraging the data generated by digital technology provides intelligence to help us do things better, improving our responsiveness and ability to predict and optimize for future events. Intelligent
  9. 9. Industry-specific Solutions Design & Engineer Operate Manage Analyze and Optimize IBM Internet of Things Foundation: What is it? Products, Assets, Infrastructure Protocols & Gateways Secure Connect, Collect and Store A new offering within IBM’s Bluemix PaaS offering that allows Internet- connected devices to be integrated directly into Bluemix solutions Connect, Collect and Store information from a range of things with range of volume, variety and velocity
  10. 10. As-a-service, PAYG Public Cloud Virtual appliances, Public or private cloud deployed Dedicated appliances in datacenter IoT Foundation IBM MessageSight Powered by IBM MessageSight IBM delivers connectivity across IoT deployment options
  11. 11. What can the IBM IoT Foundation do for you? Connect Collect Manage Assemble Get Started - Fast!
  12. 12. Connecting the Device  Low bandwidth  Varying Qualities of Service  Publish Subscribe  Always on connectivity  TLS encryption for traffic  Industry standard MQTT protocol  Lightweight & low footprint client  Device specific Client Code  Connect quickly using Device “Recipes”  Open source MQTT based client  Device Registration  Device Access control Connect
  13. 13.  Publish the same data to many applications with MQTT  Access control with Application Registration & Keys  Compose with other IoT Services in Bluemix using “App tips” ConnectConnecting the Application
  14. 14. Collecting your IoT data  Data access for Visualisation  Data access for Analytics  Via Historian REST APIs  Via visualisation recipes  Time based store of Historical Data  Via built in Time-series database technology Collect
  15. 15. Manage your IoT Service • Remotely monitor the connectivity of devices • See the last messages sent • Disable device and application connections • Understand service status • Stand up the service in seconds • Free entry point to get started • Pay based on usage • Scale up and down with load  Device dashboard  Register/Deregister device or application  Service dashboard and tweets @IoTFNotify  SaaS service  Free trial and capped free use  Bluemix, Pay-as-you go and subscription offerings Manage
  16. 16. Connect Collect Manage Assemble Get Started - Fast! = End to end IoT solutions + Your devices or gatewaysInternet of Things Foundation + IoT Foundation is part of Bluemix
  17. 17. Bluemix IoT Zone 16 • IoT Zone in Bluemix https://bluemix.net/solutions/iot Connect Collect Manage Assemble Get Started - Fast!
  18. 18. Learn by example with Device Recipes & “App Tips”
  19. 19. Connect and Visualise data in minutes with Quickstart  Recipes for common development boards  Web based device simulator • Connect and visualise data for a development board • Simulate data https://quickstart.internetofthings.ibmcloud.com Getting started
  20. 20. Telemetry Simulator App (Python Runtime) Scoring Service (SPSS) Analytics Warehouse Telemetry Analysis App (Java Liberty Runtime) Commentators Race Team Officials Fans Telemetry Data Alerts Telemetry Data IBM Internet of Things Foundation SilverHook and Virtual Eye: Driving the Powerboat Experience with IBM Bluemix
  21. 21. Start your IoT project today! • IoT Zone in Bluemix https://bluemix.net/solutions/iot • Explore the Recipes https://developer.ibm.com/iot/ • Visit the main Landing page https://internetofthings.ibmcloud.com • Follow the community on Twitter @IBMIoT Getting started
  22. 22. Connect Collect Manage Assemble Get Started - Fast! To Conclude IBM Internet of Things Foundation
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  25. 25. Background
  26. 26. MQTT Open Lean Simple Reliable Reliably and quickly deliver IoT data with MQTT Open royalty-free spec Wide variety of clients and servers • Hobbyist to enterprise • Open source to commercial Minimal pub/sub messaging semantics • Asynchronous (“push”) delivery • Simple set of verbs -- connect, publish, subscribe and disconnect Minimized on-the-wire format • Smallest packet size 2 bytes Scalable Low footprint • Clients: C=30Kb; Java=100Kb Three qualities of service • 0 – at most once delivery • 1 – assured delivery dups ok • 2 – once and once only delivery Copes with loss of contact between client and server. • “Last will and testament” to publish a message if the client goes offline.
  27. 27. IBM MessageSight • Extends IBM’s Messaging leadership to the Internet for mobile applications and the Internet of Things • Optimized to reduce data costs, power requirements and operational costs while being a better/faster user experience to the mobile application and device worlds • IBM’s proven OpEx-saving appliance form factor • Based on open standards • Optimized connectivity for Mobile Applications and devices • Efficient open protocol • Event-driven responsiveness • Open and industry agnostic • Fine-grained security policies • Active dev community • Free dev virtual appliance • Simple yet powerful APIs • Quick ramp messaging paradigm • 40+ MQTT clients for all platforms • Up and running < 30 minutes • Task oriented web-based UI • Designed to be operated in the data center with the skills of personnel who operate routers and other network gear • Hardened Appliance Form Factor driven by secure firmware that can’t be tampered • No user-visible OS • Can’t be compromised by 3rd- party code • Much more inexpensive to maintain than servers • JMS • WebSockets • MQ • Integration Bus • Worklight • InfoSphere Streams • Workload balancing across Application Servers • 13M non-persistent msg/sec • 400K persistent msg/sec • 1M concurrent connections • Predictable microsecond latency under load • Highly available Designed for Mobile Apps and Devices Developer Friendly Internet Scale Integrates Reduce OpEx Costs Proven IBM Appliance Platform
  28. 28. IoT drives Industry Banking Healthcare Automotive Retail Transport E&U Monetize Cash replacement solutions Mobile banking Paid home care family services Pay-per-drive car rental Cash replacement Sensor-enabled loyalty cards Paid alerts to travellers Congestion charging Pay-per-use energy Optimize Optimized cash management ER bed resource mgmt Component predictive replacement Fleet mgmt Delivery and stock replenishment optimization Store layout optimization Smart Cities Traffic mgmt Airport Management Delay non- essential supply during peak loads Extend Banking the un- banked Biometrics Smarter Subsidies Life style monitoring In-car Movies, Music, Games Highly Automated Driving Smart Vending Machines Delivery Lockers Mobility Services Smart home services Control Remote ATM management Dynamic Authorization Remote hospital environment Mgmt Remote drive-train optimization Store energy mgmt Store parking mgmt Dynamic price labels Crowd mgmt Timetable mgmt Asset mgmt Remotely control consumer devices
  29. 29. Internet of Things Ecosystem & Partners are crucial Solutions & Applications 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 SDK SDK Partnerships Maximo IoC