INTERNET OF THINGS

Imagine the possibilities. Refrigerators that measure the food inside and replenish the right product from your preferred vendor. Mirrors that can determine if you have symptoms of health and make suitable recommendations for you. Smart watches that monitor your vital signs and warn the health services if you have a problem or emergency. Traffic lights, driver-less cars , Smart city lighting ,Courier drones etc. IoT will serve the people across the different domains covering industrial, health, home and day to day operations in information systems. As this technology gains momentum, many companies are trying to regulate how best to update their existing IT architectures and operations to capitalize on this trend. ONE ECM focuses on addressing these challenges, sets up proper industry standards, explores modular approaches and helps organizations to manage existing products alongside newer Internet of Things applications and devices.

The data itself is not the point, it is how Big Data Analytics technologies enable organizations to collect, cross, integrate and analyze data from devices to design better products and make our lives easier.

Steps for Success

  • Embrace hybrid architectures: IoT solutions will generally involve a  combination of platforms, with data and process on that data being located "on-device" and in traditional on-premises and cloud-based environments. It is therefore important to avoid forcing analytics and information management solutions into a monolithic or "one size fits all" deployment model.
  • Plan for dis-aggregation and resiliency: Workloads must be able to be broken into components that can run anywhere. This means that the implementation of existing business logic for processing data, and current  choices of data management infrastructure tools, may not be suitable for IoT requirements — driving organizations to re-architect or modernize those capabilities. 
  • Focus on monitoring and manageability: IoT architectures will often be the opposite of monolithic, increasing the challenges of monitoring and  managing distributed data and its consumption. As a result, information infrastructure capabilities that can be located and managed anywhere should be deployed. 

Carbon is a SaaS application that accelerates IoT implementations:

  • Carbon provides a standard for compatibility among devices
  • It allows you to connect to any device with an IP.