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Eric Farrar

In the first part of this series, we developed a simple generic interface for posting device messages from a SQL Anywhere database to the HANA IoT Services. However, the actual devices message was a static,

At SAPPHIRE 2015 SAP announced the SAP HANA Cloud Platform for the Internet of Things, a set of services on top of SAP’s cloud platform that extend its capabilities towards a full-fledged device cloud. As

One of the cool features of SAP SQL Anywhere, on-demand edition is that you can run multiple sever versions all within the same cloud. For example, it is possible to run both SQL Anywhere 12

In the last couple of years there has been an explosion of small, low-power, ARM-based computing devices that have hit the market. One example of these is the incredibly affordable Raspberry Pi. These ARM-based devices

The recent release of Oracle 12c has caused a lot of discussion around its marquee feature, pluggable databases. When this feature was first announced back in October 2012, it was presented as the “first multi-tenant

For all that global business has embraced cloud computing—welcoming its low cost, low barrier to entry and reduced IT burden—not everything about this architectural sea change is working out perfectly. Limitations in security and customization

The enduring popularity of Software-as-a-service (SaaS) isn’t accidental. Whether you’re a technology reseller or a traditional enterprise, there’s a lot to like about the use of a service model for software delivery, including low monthly

While I was attending Cloud Connect 2012 a couple weeks ago, I was interviewed by Robert Mendez for NetHawk.tv. I invite you to watch the video below as Robert and I discuss some of the

The thoughts and opinions expressed in this blog post are my own, and do not necessarily represent those of Sybase or SAP. This past week an article written by my colleague, Eric Lai (Twitter), entitled

This past week I attended the Cloud Connect 2012 show in Santa Clara, California. In addition to attending the talks, I was also staffing our Sybase booth where we were exhibiting our new cloud database