Grafana gives you a straightforward way of creating dashboards for monitoring metrics, like status and health of IoT devices. Several types of visualizations are already available when developing the dashboard. If the choices aren’t sufficient, Grafana supports the ability to add custom plugins. In this post I will create a custom plugin in React, which can be used in Grafana, in order to show data in a nested tree table.
Our mobile phone these days are real powerhouses! They are packed with tons of connectivity, cpu power, ram, storage and…….Sensors!!!! And the latter is exactly what we need in IoT, combined with connectivity makes them really usefull for all kinds of tests, workshops and POC’s. But how can we use […]
Apache Drill is a schema-free SQL query engine. Drill supports a variety of NoSQL databases and file systems, including HBase, MongoDB, MapR-DB, HDFS, MapR-FS, Amazon S3, Azure Blob Storage, Google Cloud Storage, Swift, NAS and local files. A single query can join data from multiple datastores. For example, you can […]
At our offices, we suspect that rooms are being booked but go unused when the booker claimed to need it. All of our rooms are equipped with movement (PIR) sensors, so we can detect movement in those rooms. We can count the number of people who pass the sensor. I […]
This blogpost will give you detailed instructions and information regarding the InfluxDB stack. Since February 2019 InfluxDB now consists not only the database itself, but also Telegraf, Chronograf and Kapacitor. Later you’ll read about what every part of the stack does. 18-2-2019: Living on the bloody edge, do not run […]
This blog will explain what Edge Computing is and why we need this. We also explain the broader concept of Fog Computing.
In IoT, we bridge the gap between the physical world and the enterprise IT systems to unlock the data and create real business value.
InfluxDB isn’t natively supported on Azure. This blog post will teach you how to deploy InfluxDB (or any other database) in a VM with a managed disk on the Azure platform. This will enable you to use this fast time-series database for your project. If the standard range of […]
Have you ever come across the following challenge? You have to name something; your own project, own product, company, your boat or even your own child. Coming up with the right name is very important since this is something you have worked on for a long time. So the name […]
Just a quick note about day 1 at Oracle Open World. This Sunday traditionally is filled with presentations of usergroups, customers and product management, and at the end of the day the welcome-keynote. In the presentations there’s not really exciting news, they will have to wait until the keynotes. But […]
Van 2 tot 5 oktober vindt in San Francisco Oracle OpenWorld 2017 plaats. In deze week zal de nabije – en verdere – toekomst van Oracle duidelijk worden gemaakt. De roadmaps voor de producten in het portfolio. En ook de dead-end streets en ends-of-the-road. De grote thema’s voor Oracle, de […]
If your application does not have internal state – and sometimes it is handling peak loads of requests while at other times it is not doing any work at all, why then should there be one or even more instances of the application (plus container and/or server) continuously and dedicatedly […]
The Internet of Things (IoT) is all about getting in-depth insight about your customers. It is the inter-networking of physical devices, vehicles (also referred to as “connected devices” and “smart devices”), buildings, and other items embedded with electronics, software, sensors, actuators, and network connectivity which enable these objects to collect […]
This blog series shows how to get started with WebLogic and Docker – in 3 different Clouds: Docker and the Oracle Images Create and run a WebLogic Docker Image on a local machine and upload the WebLogic Docker Image into the Docker Hub registry WebLogic Docker Container on Oracle Container […]
The title suggests a negative statement of using a Public Cloud. Well, it isn’t. I’m convinced the Cloud is the next BIG thing, with huge advantages for businesses. But companies should be aware of what they choose. A lot of providers, including Oracle, are pushing us to the cloud, Public, […]
Below you will find an overview of all the sessions that took place at the AMIS25 Beyond the Horizon conference (1-3 June 2016, Katwijk, The Netherlands) along with the associated session resources – such as the presentation slides and where applicable the source code. Presenter(s) Title Session Resources Aino […]
Last week I had a cloudy week. I attended the 22nd edition of the Fusion Middleware, and 1st PaaS, Partner Community Forum. This time we flew with 9 people from AMIS to Valencia, Spain for an amazing week of Cloud content. Fusion Middleware & PaaS Partner Community Forum XXII From my […]
In this article I’ll describe how I created a simple home-brew burglar detection system to send me a mail when someone enters my house (so I can call the police). First my choice for the components is explained. Next how these components combine to achieve the functionality wanted. Based on […]
The Oracle OpenWorld 2015 conference in the last week of October 2015 was full to the brim with announcements, demonstrations, brainstorms, roadmaps, visions and other Oracle technology related activities. The main theme clearly was the cloud. Every other session revolved around the cloud and virtually every Oracle product is headed […]