Deploying, managing, securing and operating IoT is a complex endeavor for both Operations and IT. VMware offers an enterprise grade, end-to-end operation management solution that bridges the gap between Operations (OT) and IT and gives you complete control of your Internet of Things- from the edge to the cloud. Power your enterprise by uncovering new business opportunities, minimizing business disruption and achieving operational excellence.
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Manage millions of things as easily as one.
Provide an accurate picture of ‘thing’ health, apply rules, and act on anomalies as they arise.
Prevent and minimize security threats across things, data, applications and users.
Speed up IoT implementation in your enterprise and ensure the right information is delivered to the right thing or person at the right time.
Deliver innovation with industry-leading vendor-neutral Open Source software development kit (SDK) Liota for building secure IoT gateway applications for data orchestration and control using standard protocols that allow for unified management, analytics and security.
Organizations want to deploy IoT apps across multiple gateway vendors, but the lack of standards and common protocols makes it difficult. With Liota, your developers can easily deliver applications using a vendor-neutral Open Source software development kit (SDK) which supports standard protocols for data orchestration and control for building secure IoT gateway applications.
We are building infrastructure to help administer updates to connected cars, to make sure the right software gets upgraded for the right person.
“Liota also supports an application in receiving control signals from the data center components. The Liota Open Source SDK provides the libraries to develop applications that connect and orchestrate data and control flows across things, gateways and the cloud,” asserts VMware’s Iyer.
While companies struggle to figure out whether IoT initiatives should be led by IT or assigned to a dedicated team, Iyer says unequivocally that the CIO should lead such projects because they know the corporate IT architecture. Eventually, the IoT know-how will become as much a part of a CIO's job description as implementing and managing an ERP system. As buildings become more connected, CIOs will be called upon to demonstrate their proficiency in IoT.