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For years, tech journalists and market analysts have been predicting that edge computing was going to bring a paradigm shift to the cloud, and now we are starting to see the form that this disruption is going to take—at least in Europe.
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.
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.
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.