WSO2 Internet of Things Server (WSO2 IoT Server) encapsulates everything you need for implementing a server side Internet of things (IoT) architecture. It features an extensible framework for device manufacturers to write plugins, analytics and integration capabilities for devices they manufacture. It also has a strong analytics framework for performing batch, real-time and predictive analytics on data streams from devices. Processed device data can be shared with other consumers allowing integration between devices or systems. In this talk, Sumedha will introduce the WSO2 IoT Server. He will focus on how device manufacturers and integration architects can make use of existing features of WSO2 IoT Server or extend them.
This session will show how with a little bit of hardware, and WSO2 middleware you can integrate, monitor and control Internet of Things (IoT) solutions as well as collect data from them. Adding the IoT platform and combining the features of various WSO2 products allows you to aggregate and analyze this data, turning a home into a smart one.
Addressing one of the many challenges in IT enablement, Amila demonstrates, what WSO2 App Cloud and API Cloud offers, how easily one can get started and how it could reduce cost of IT infrastructure for small and medium sized enterprises.
LondonWorks is a pathfinder that delivers operational technology over the increasing variety and volume of data available from Internet of Things. Ronald explains how this new solution, based on WSO2 Cloud solutions and ESRI Geographic Information System (GIS) is resulting in a more usable and integrated solution.
In this session Imesh presents how WSO2 Cloud and Platform as a Service (PaaS) solutions can be used to build a complete enterprise cloud solution.
The session covers WSO2 Cloud features as well as how WSO2 middleware can be deployed on PaaS solutions based on Kubernetes, Mesos DC/OS, Cloud Foundry and OpenShift.
This session explores how WSO2's unique platform strategy is an excellent fit for those companies that are opening up to the reality of a connected enterprise. It will focus on how Vatenfall, one of Europe's largest generators of electricity, has used this technology to migrate from multiple existing identity stores with different technologies to centralized stores managed by WSO2 Identity Server.
Business processes simply define how an organization operates, from hiring new staff to planning product launches. Properly documenting and systematically executing these processes is critical for achieving business goals. However, due to the effort required to maintain details about all relevant processes and the complexity of process automation, organizations tend not to pursue complete business process management (BPM) initiatives. In this talk, we will discuss how WSO2 Process Center helps overcome barriers in BPM by allowing simpler ways of maintaining, sharing, analyzing and optimizing your business processes.
Onboarding a new employee involves the high-cost procedure of setting up the relevant apps they need to do their jobs effectively. This can be a time-consuming process if the number of apps used by an enterprise is high. The process of app development, effective distribution and updates is yet another challenge faced by internal IT. In this talk, Sumedha will discuss the experience of using WSO2 App Manager internally in the company and how it can help you manage application life cycles across your enterprise.
In this session, Shevan will explain how such enterprise IT applications can be integrated with each other to streamline day-to-day business activities and how the WSO2 platform can help in accomplishing this. He will also discuss how WSO2 is eating its own dog food to improve efficiency in operations and integration across business functions and teams.