At Splunk .conf 2018, Splunk's product management teamed introduced Splunk Next and one of the major areas of innovation in the program was around IoT (Internet of Things). Seema Haji lead the keynote presentation and sat down with Cory Minton from the Big Data Beard to discuss what this announcement means for organization now and how it will shape Splunk's IoT strategy going forward.
The Internet of Things (IoT) is a disruptive force that is changing business models. Connecting “things” is complex, adding operating expenses and introducing risk. Not everyone actually succeeds. Understanding the rapidly evolving IoT market and choosing the right IoT technology is critical for the success of your initiative. Learn how complementary IoT technologies: IoT SIM’s, eUICC/eSims, and LPWA, will enable you to accelerate time-to-revenue, increase security and add business flexibility while lowering overall costs. What makes IoT so hard? Where do companies get bogged down? Why do many organizations struggle with IoT deployments?
Internet of Things is resulting in Simply fill out this form to view the pre-recorded webinar.new solutions around connected logistics.Right from monitoring inventory, tracking theft and loss, and managing warehouses and assets effectively. Join us for the webinar to connect with our experts that will help you unravel Microsoft’s Internet-of-Things. Explore how IoT connects your assets to a cloud data store and learn about the intelligence solution you need for connected logistics.
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It’s inevitable that the Internet of Things is rapidly changing the way products and services function across the enterprise. But have you dug down into the details to understand how these things are actually connected? All of the communication between a product, the cloud, and you is made possible by “The Edge” – this is where your things are! Sensors, actuators, controllers, agents, and communication form the edge and enable you to obtain real-time information from your products and services. This webcast recording will help you to gain a clear understanding of how information is gathered from devices and communicated to the cloud and to you. Join Jon Bruner, Director of Hardware & IoT at O’Reilly, and Joe Biron, VP of IoT Technology at ThingWorx.