We’ve been helping many enterprises adopt to the Internet of Things (IoT) for a couple of years now. If you read our white paper on a reference architecture for IoT, you can see how our enterprise middleware platform includes all the capabilities required for any enterprise IoT project.
Late last year at WSO2Con US, we pre-announced a product; WSO2 IoT Server, for implementing an IoT architecture, including the management of IoT devices, APIs and applications.
Today we are happy to announce a beta program where participants will have early access to preview WSO2 IoT Server, prior to the official product launch coming up soon.
WSO2 IoT Server is the core of our IoT platform. It provides managed access to devices, exposes devices as APIs, and visualizes live data streams. With its customizable capabilities WSO2 IoT Server can also perform analytics on data from the devices. The modular, extensible architecture, has all you need to get an early start on implementing an innovative IoT solution in your enterprise.
If you’re an architect in a device manufacturing company who wants to integrate devices with a scalable IoT architecture that enables innovative IoT solutions, or an enterprise device owner who's looking to enroll and manage IoT devices, this would be the ideal program for you.
The beta program will give selected registrants the opportunity to connect directly with WSO2 platform experts who will guide you through the installation, extension and configuration process of the WSO2 IoT Server. Additionally, a select group of qualified beta program members will receive free proof of concept (POC) support and benefits (subject to terms and conditions), as well as ongoing support from a dedicated account manager.
With the number of internet-connected devices rapidly increasing and estimated to reach 50 billion by 20201, you don’t want to miss out on tapping into the limitless possibilities of IoT.
So join us now, and get ahead with your next IoT project. For more information on the perks of being a part of this beta program see here. Deadline to register is May 6, 2016.