On July 28, 2015 Oracle announced the release of the new JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Internet of Things Orchestrator
This new product enables customers to collect, filter, analyze, and act on real-time data as it is being transmitted by Internet of Things (IoT) devices. JD Edwards EnterpriseOne customers benefit by eliminating costly manual processes, by reacting to—or avoiding—business disruptions in real-time, and by analyzing historical data for continuous process improvement. Click here to read the full Press Release
What is the Internet of Things
The Internet thus far has primarily been an internet of people who create and consume the data in an interconnected manner. The advent of the mobile revolution, however, has created a proliferation of cheap and capable microprocessors and networking devices, which, coupled with technological maturity, are ushering in a new age of Machine-to-Machine Internet. This M2M Internet is characterized by a number of interconnected machines and people that is higher by orders of magnitude than traditional internet based solutions. The Internet of Things is the transformational interconnection of devices and sensors, such as machinery and appliances, with mobile and enterprise hardware and software to create a new breed of applications that integrate the physical and software assets to provide a quantum shift in optimizing business processes.
This interconnected platform where machines and software interact seamlessly promises to bridge the gap between the physical world and the world of software algorithms to bring about disruptive innovation heralding new smart enterprises and ushering in a revolution in modern manufacturing, agribusiness, utilities, energy, mining, real estate management, construction and other industry segments.
An excerpt from Oracle’s White Paper on the new JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Internet of Things Orchestrator published in July 2015.
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