Containerization of the IoT Gateway - Best Practices from Atomic Enterprise Platform

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With the advent of Docker and Kubernetes, there is a paradigm shift associated with Application Packaging, deployment and maintenance. This paradigm is widely gaining prominence in the Cloud/Datacenter and requires support on the Edge Devices in the IoT Realm.

IoT Gateways face a challenge with Data Processing and Analytics Requirements to provide near real-time monitoring capabilities for the IoT Devices in the field. These Requirements have been satisfied by developers by creating Traditional Applications using a Plethora of Programming languages.

A techValidate Survey of Companies have shown the following: 67% plan production roll-outs over the next two years of Containerized Applications.

So, Do IoT Gateways have the capability to handle Containerized Applications and Updates on Devices?

In this Session I will be talking about the following Capabilities offered by Red Hat Atomic Enterprise Platform for the Gateway:

1) Atomic Host
2) Atomic Runtime and Packaging Format
3) Atomic Orchestration
4) Atomic Cluster Services
5) Atomic Registry
6) Atomic Networking
7) Atomic Storage
8) Atomic Security
9) Integration with to push updates to devices
10) Integration with Eclipse Projects to provide a comprehensive Strategy for lightweight IoT Applications centered around the Gateway and Devices

You may join this session if you have knowledge of Docker, kubernetes, Eclipse Kura, Java, IoT Gateway devices such as Intel Edison, Intel DK-3100 and Raspberry Pi

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Dear Committee,

I would like to submit my talk centered around Containers and strategies to augment it on Constrained Devices. I am also working on POC(s) to demonstrate its integration with Eclipse Projects and third-party tools. Please email me or call me at 408-421-3873.


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