IoT at Scale, a RedMonk event for developers
If you are interested in the Internet of Things and what’s in it for developers, join us for IoT at Scale, a new conference program put together by RedMonk and SAP. The event brings together RedMonk’s unique perspective, developer-led approach and craft experiences with SAP’s customer’s business needs and challenges to create a space for coders to learn, play and collaborate as we get under the skin of the emerging IoT disruption.
At the event, we will celebrate web, developer and maker culture. We will look into IoT scale for automation, analytics, data management, and at every layer of the stack. We will bridge the gap between high scale architectures and infrastructures and the business issues that companies face every day. This is not an event about stuff that won’t ever make it into the market, but rather a look into future production systems.
Talks will be technical in nature, aimed at developers, architects and digital innovators. Expect attendees from retail, energy and automotive companies, web firms and major tech vendors. Cloud, Big Data and the Open API movement will play a central part as drivers of the IoT revolution. Watch this video for additional information about the event.
Confirmed speakers include Litmus Automation CEO and Founder Vatsal Shah, Marvell Semiconductor VP Kinoma Peter Hoddie, RedMonk analysts James Governor and Donnie Berkholz, Apigee VP of Strategy Ed Anuff, 2lemetry CMO Kirk Crenshaw, Libelium VP of Business Development Javier Martinez, ThingWorx CTO Rick Bullotta, and Eurotech Field App Engineer Neal Fischer.
|Oct. 16 – 17||Nov. 11 – 12|
|Palo Alto (at SAP Labs)||Berlin (at Messe Berlin)|
|Register Now||Registration will open soon|
Agenda at a glance
Day 1 – Half Day Hack Day
Explore demos and hack things via available APIs. Get together and collaborate to build Things. A hands-on learning experience.
Day 2 – Talks
Find out how Things are put into action. Learn and get inspired. Influence the next frontier in effective IoT.
For more information about this event, visit: iotatscale.com.
Note: I will update this blog with more information about the demos and agenda as it becomes available.