Learn about the differences between the IT cloud—that most people are familiar with—and the IoT cloud, as well as the IoT cloud’s most important features.
- [Narrator] The Product Cloud can be thought of…as a high-powered computing extension…of the IoT product.…The private cloud expands the products computing, memory,…and storage capabilities.…It is different than the IT cloud in both technology…and business.…Technically the IoT Product Cloud must support different…application protocols, different analytics packages,…and different development environments.…It must also support the APIs of different data services…that may not be used in IT networks.…More profoundly, the business model of the IT Cloud…must change.…
In IT, there are fewer users that are using…a lot of bandwidth.…In IoT, there are many users using less bandwidth.…Applying the IT business model to the IoT architecture…doesn't work.…Consider the computing power that can be harnessed…for any product.…If needed, the IoT dryer for example could use an entire…data center of servers to provide amazing functionality.…
- IoT value modeling
- The software-defined product
- The hardware-defined product
- Embedded systems
- Connected sensors
- The network fabric
- OT IT and fog networks
- Analytics and big data
- Data services
Skill Level Beginner
IoT Foundations: Low-Power Wireless Networkingwith Ryan Hu2h 32m Intermediate
Securing the IoT: Secure Architectureswith Malcolm Shore2h 5m Intermediate
1. The Software-Defined Product
2. The Hardware-Defined Product
3. The Network Fabric
4. External Systems
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