Mountain View, California (EastBayDaily) — The Internet of Things (IoT) paints a vivid picture of a possible reality that is both fascinating and imposing. However, few talk about the sensing and decision-making infrastructure—the brain—that must be present with those connected devices. The fourth WSO2 Summer School class of 2014 will discuss the underlying decision framework needed to collect and analyze data, compare and contrast all data, and draw conclusions before humans at the other end notice the lag.
The interactive online class, “Data, Big Data and Real Time Analytics for Connected Devices,” will be led by WSO2 Director of Research Srinath Perera, Ph.D. It is being offered at no cost as a part of the WSO2 Summer School 2014 program. The session will be held on Thursday, July 17, 2014 from 9:00 a.m. – 10:00 a.m. Pacific.
To attend the class, register at http://wso2.com/library/webinars/2014/07/data-big-data-and-real-time-analytics-for-connected-devices.
Big Data and Real-Time Analytics
This class is designed to provide participants with insights into the relationship between IoT and data, big data, and real-time analytics. Srinath will begin by defining a reference architecture for the Internet of Things. He then will discuss how complex event processing (CEP) coupled with the Lambda architecture for big data applications can provide the underlying framework for a range of IoT scenarios. Additionally, he will discuss the role of the Apache Hive data warehouse in supporting big data analysis within the IoT architecture. Throughout the class Srinath will use real-world IoT scenarios to illustrate key concepts.
For architects and developers who want to learn more about IoT best practices, WSO2 has published a white paper, “A Reference Architecture for the Internet of Things.” The paper is designed to provide an effective starting point for addressing the major requirements of IoT projects and systems. It can be downloaded at http://wso2.com/whitepapers/a-reference-architecture-for-the-internet-of-things.
About the Presenter
Srinath Perera, Ph.D. is director of research at WSO2 and oversees the overall WSO2 platform architecture. Srinath specializes in Web services and distributed systems, specifically working with aspects of data, scale, and performance. He is a co-founder of Apache Axis2, an elected member of the Apache Software Foundation, and a Project Management Committee member. He has been involved with the Apache Web Services project since 2002, and is a committer on several Apache open-source projects, including Apache Axis, Axis2, and Geronimo.
About Summer School 2014
Since 2009, the popular WSO2 Summer School program has helped more than 2,000 enterprise IT architects and developers become more familiar with software technologies and best practices. The all-new classes for 2014 will focus on the latest developments of the Internet of Things, the set of devices and systems that interconnect sensors and actuators (things) to the Internet, which is fast becoming the next major development in IT. Taught by some of the industry’s leading technical experts, the classes offer an opportunity to obtain thousands of dollars worth of professional training at zero cost. To sign up for additional classes or view recordings of past sessions, visit http://wso2.com/landing/summer-school-2014.
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