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The Eclipse Foundation, Europe's largest open source foundation, has published its latest report on the commercial application of IoT and Edge Computing, the IoT and Edge Commercial Adoption Survey for 2021.
Factory+ is an implementation of the Sparkplug specification, which provides an open and freely available specification for how devices and applications communicate bi-directionally within a Message Queuing Telemetry Transport (MQTT) infrastructure.
The new paper entitled “The Eclipse Cloud DevTools Ecosystem: Defining the Future of Cloud Native Software Development,” is a showcase for the working group’s vision for cloud-based application development.
As the exceptional benefits of IoT and edge computing solutions continue to spur their rapid adoption within the industrial and Enterprise sectors, it has become paramount for companies looking to utilize these technologies to understand the opportunities and challenges they may face.
All of us at the Eclipse Foundation are very proud of the fact that the many thousands of individuals who collaborate across our many channels have always communicated in a very professional, respectful, and welcoming manner.
Java frameworks are being used to build cloud applications, taking advantage of the evolution of Java specifications to support lighter-weight and distributed applications. Legacy applications can also be upgraded, as you will see in this series.
The Eclipse Foundation today announced the release of Eclipse iceoryx Almond, the first official release for this inter-process-communication (IPC) middleware that enables the transmission of large amounts of data in real time.
If you have an interesting topic about Cloud Native Java that you want to share with the Turkish-speaking Jakarta EE community, submit a proposal today to be a speaker at the event. Only 1 week until the CFP closes!