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Posts with tag "IIoT"

May30

Augury Foresees a Bright Future with Scylla

Augury Case Study

Using predictive technology, Augury makes machines more reliable by combining two key shifts in the industry: artificial intelligence and the Internet of Things (IoT).

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Feb20

ValuStor — a memcached alternative built on Scylla

Derek Ramsey, Software Engineering Manager at Sensaphone, gave an overview of ValuStor at Scylla Summit 2018. Sensaphone is a maker of remote monitoring solutions for the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT). Their products are designed to watch over your physical plant and equipment — such as HVAC systems, oil and gas infrastructure, livestock facilities, greenhouses, food, beverage and medical cold storage. Yet there is a lot of software behind the hardware of IIoT. ValuStor is an example of ostensible “hardware guys” teaching the software guys a thing or two. Overview and Origins of ValuStor Derek began his Scylla Summit talk […]

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Feb1

Meshify and Scylla: an Industrial-Strength IoT Solution

Sam Kenkel, Meshify

This is a story about the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT). But one that began long before the Internet was invented. It was early afternoon on March 2nd, 1854, when a careless accident led to the the explosion of the main boiler at the Fales & Gray Car Factory in Hartford, Connecticut. Nineteen of the factory’s workers died immediately, and twenty-three others were injured. Destruction left in the aftermath of the Fales & Gray Car Works boiler explosion in Hartford, Connecticut, 1854. This disaster led to the foundation of the Hartford Hospital and formation of the Hartford Steam Boiler Company […]

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Dec19

Scylla and Confluent Integration for IoT Deployments

Worry-Free Ingestion: Flow Control of Writes in Scylla

  The Internet is not just connecting people around the world. Through the Internet of Things (IoT), it is also connecting humans to the machines all around us and directly connecting machines to other machines. In this blog post we’ll share an emerging machine-to-machine (M2M) architecture pattern in which MQTT, Apache Kafka and Scylla all work together to provide an end-to-end IoT solution. We’ll also provide demo code so you can try it out for yourself.   IoT Scale IoT is a fast-growing market, already known to be over $1.2 trillion in 2017 and anticipated to grow to over $6.5 trillion […]

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