I’ve spoken before about how MQTT and Web 2.0 technologies can be used to extend the reach of the enterprise. When you put those pieces together, powerful possibilities emerge. We can reliably gather data from the remotest parts of the network (e.g. power stations, oil rigs, underground pipelines) and now thanks to mashup technologies rapidly put that data into the hands of users to manage their business. I’ve shown how this is possible by demonstrating how data from MQTT can be received by a messaging server and rapidly consumed into a functioning business application. I’ve uploaded a video to YouTube for posterity (hence the slightly sketchy video quality), but those inside the IBM firewall can obtain a higher quality version if they would like to see it.
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