IoT

datadog

Monitor Azure IoT Edge with Datadog

Azure IoT Edge is a Microsoft Azure service that allows you to run containerized workloads on IoT devices. With IoT Edge and Azure IoT Hub, Azure’s device-management platform, organizations across science, manufacturing, energy production, and other industries can provision their IoT devices and workloads at the edge of their cloud networks for immediate in-unit computing, a necessity when running AI algorithms or parsing large datasets directly on IoT devices.

datadog

Monitor your NVIDIA Jetson IoT devices with Datadog

NVIDIA Jetson is a family of embedded, low-power computing boards designed to support machine learning and AI applications at the edge. Organizations use Jetson boards for complex video and image processing and analysis, automating build processes in factories, and improving city infrastructures. For example, Jetson-based devices enable cities to analyze traffic patterns with their existing traffic cameras in order to find ways to improve their most congested intersections.

alienvault

IoT Cybersecurity Act successfully signed into law

The IoT Cybersecurity Act, which aims to reduce the supply chain risk to the federal government arising from vulnerable IoT devices, was recently passed into law, and its effects are expected to carry over into private enterprise. Critics felt the law was long overdue: as found in the Nokia Threat Intelligence Report 2020, IoT devices are now responsible for 32.72% of all infections observed in mobile networks, representing an increase of 16.55% since 2019 alone.

grafana

IoT monitoring with Grafana: How Eurac observes climate change in the Alps

In 2014, the Mazia (Matsch) research site in the Italian Alps was officially accepted as a Long Term Socio Ecological Research LT(S)ER site. The monitoring infrastructure is operated by Eurac Research and the University of Bolzano and consists of 24 automatic microclimatic stations in a mountain ecosystem across an elevation gradient ranging from 1,000 m to 2,700 m, logging several meteorological and biophysical variables every 15 minutes.

sysdig

Cooking the perfect holiday ham with IoT, Prometheus, and you

With the holidays upon us around the world, some folks here at Sysdig decided to take a technological approach to holiday cooking. How, you ask? By adding a little PromQL to the mix. A home kitchen during the holidays can be a very frenetic place. There are often many, many dishes being prepared at the same time and cooked in sequence. Some are short and easy, others can take several hours. It’s inevitable that a dish will get missed, or a step forgotten.

grafana

With the new AWS IoT SiteWise plugin, you can visualize and monitor your equipment data in Grafana dashboards

In collaboration with the AWS team, we have just launched another AWS integration, the AWS IoT SiteWise plugin for Grafana. AWS IoT SiteWise is a managed service that helps users collect, store, organize, and monitor data from industrial equipment, across facilities, at scale.

coralogix

What You Need to Know About IoT Logging

The Internet of Things (or, IoT) is an umbrella term for multiple connected devices sharing real-time data, and IoT logging is an important part of this. Troubleshooting bug fixes, connection problems, and general malfunctions rely heavily on logs, making them an invaluable asset not only in designing systems but also in system maintenance. To maximize system potential, this plethora of generated data needs to be managed efficiently.

tripwire

Hacking Christmas Gifts: Putting IoT Under the Microscope

If high-tech gadgets are on your holiday shopping list, it is worth taking a moment to think about the particular risks they may bring. Under the wrong circumstances, even an innocuous gift may introduce unexpected vulnerabilities. In this blog series, VERT will be looking at some of the Internet’s best-selling holiday gifts with an eye toward their possible security implications.

canonical

Embedded Linux for teams

A Linux kernel for each developer team, which uses it to bring up target boards. Bespoke, built, issued, and maintained over years by the vendor. Teams that focus on building great apps, rather than figuring out hardware dependencies. Happy developers that bootstrap smart devices in no time. This is what highly productive embedded systems development should look like. Let’s unpack that vision.