As first appeared on Tech Target’s IoT Agenda. With the expansion of the Internet of things, objects that were once “dumb” now have the capacity for “intelligence” and their capabilities are becoming integral in our everyday lives whether we like it or not. But what happens if those things can’t… Read More →
With the theme Digital Smarter, TIBCO NOW 2017 will take digital transformation—a top priority for many businesses—one step further. Very important elements of the conference are the customers who will be sharing their transformation experiences and results. Register for TIBCO NOW Berlin to learn from great customer speakers! Join us at The Estrel Hotel… Read More →
As first appeared on Innovation Enterprise. Preventative maintenance and planned maintenance are widely employed across many industry sectors. They are characterized by regular predetermined maintenance intervals or a component’s expected lifecycle. At these times, components are exchanged, which is why, for example, a vehicle’s cam belt is changed after it has completed… Read More →
In February 2017, I traveled to Pune, India to present the open source IoT project Flogo in front of 400 attendees at Gophercon. This event is the largest global conference series on the Go Programming Language. The conference had many great talks, which demonstrated why Go is used especially for building fast,… Read More →
As first published by Internet of Business: https://internetofbusiness.com/tibco-double-efficiency-digital-twins/ In five years’ time, it’s quite likely that devices will run much of the world through their own private Internet of Things. There could be billions of them and they’ll all have their own virtual “mini-me.” But there’s no need to worry and… Read More →
Last year, TIBCO announced the Open Source Project Flogo at TIBCO NOW in Las Vegas. In October 2016, the project was published as first developer preview. You can reach the project via Flogo website TIBCO Community Source code on Github Introductory slides and videos
Some analysts claim that big data hasn’t lived up to its promise. Mind you, nothing could live up to the expectation that was generated. Ironically, now the spotlight may be turned elsewhere, big data will deliver big time.
Discovering a new technology is somehow like meeting a new friend. And like friends, some technology may just pass by, some are here to last long. When Project Flogo was first announced at TIBCO NOW back in May 2016, it came with a lot of promises:
As the natural successor to cloud’s status as the primary disruptor of IT, all signs are pointing to edge computing as being best placed to drive the next era in today’s digital evolution.
If you struggle with the challenge of facilitating action on the insights uncovered by data scientists, you’re not alone. The explosion of big data fed by IoT feeds upon the desire to facilitate faster and more informed decision making along with continuous improvements to business operations.