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Saturday, February 7 • 16:40 - 17:20
Using Fedora as a base for the IoT revolution

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There's a lot of new technologies and standards out there that are driving the IoT (Internet of Things) revolution including 802.15.4 WPAN, 6LOWPAN, Thread group, MQTT, CoAP. A lot of those standards have open source reference implementations. There's a lot of existing IoT devices that run Linux on ARM. What is the state of these in Fedora? How well do they work? What extra work needs to be done to enable Fedora to excel as a development platform for the Internet of Things revolution. I'll cover kernel and hardware support, network stack support, gateway requirements as well as a number of messaging and middleware components that are designed for enabling of IoT devices, gateways as well as IoT server components that might be useful in a complete IoT platform.

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Peter Robinson

Senior Software Engineer, Red Hat
Peter is a member of the Red Hat release engineering team (RCM) and is involved in non x86 architectures for both Fedora and Red Hat Enterprise Linux. He's also involved in numerous other Fedora activities, packaging features, Cloud and other things he probably can't remember ;-) | | http://nullr0ute.com 

Saturday February 7, 2015 16:40 - 17:20

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