Learn about what is happening in our community with these recent and past news.
The Eclipse Foundation launches the Sparkplug Working Group
On February 3, 2020 the Eclipse Foundation announced the launch of the Sparkplug Working Group, which is driving the evolution and broad adoption of the Eclipse Sparkplug Specification that enables the creation of open, interoperable, Industrial IoT (IIoT) solutions utilizing MQTT. Founding members include global leaders Chevron, Canary Labs, Cirrus Link Solutions, HiveMQ, Inductive Automation, and ORing.
The Eclipse Foundation Launches the Edge Native Working Group to Deliver Production-Grade Code for Open Source Edge Computing
The Eclipse Foundation today announced the launch of the Edge Native Working Group, a vendor-neutral and code-first industry collaboration that will drive the evolution and broad adoption of open source software for edge computing.
Bosch ConnectedWorld: Call for Papers Open!
Submit your proposal until November 15, 2019 to become a speaker at Bosch ConnectedWorld 2020, Europe’s leading conference on IoT and Digital Transformation.
Join us at Edge Computing World!
Edge Computing World is a brand new conference which will run December 9-12 2019 at the Computing History Museum in Silicon Valley. Edge Computing is a strategic focus area for the Eclipse Foundation, and we are proud to support this exciting new event.
The Eclipse Foundation already hosts two innovative projects that have been built from the ground up to address the challenges of edge computing: Eclipse fog05 and Eclipse ioFog. fog05’s approach is to create a unified compute fabric that spans across things, edge nodes and the Cloud. ioFog, on the other hand, creates a distributed Edge Compute Network (ECN) where you can deploy and run microservices.
If you wish to learn more about ioFog, fog05 and the rest of the edge computing ecosystem please attend Frédéric Desbiens’ session at the conference, You can register here and save 10% by using the ECLIPSE10 registration code.
Please help us build the open source edge computing ecosystem. See you at the conference!
Participate in the 2019 IoT Commercial Adoption Survey!
According to McKinsey, the Internet of Things (IoT) will have a total potential economic impact of up to $11.1 trillion a year by 2025.
From building blocks to IoT solutions
The Eclipse IoT ecosystem consists of around 40 different projects, ranging from embedded devices, to IoT gateways and up to cloud scale solutions. Many of those projects stand alone as “building blocks”, rather than ready to run solutions.
Registration is now open for EclipseCon Europe 2019!
Registration is now open for EclipseCon Europe 2019 in Ludwigsburg, Germany, October 21-24. We’re using a new registration system for 2019, and the process is notably different from previous years. Even if this is not your first EclipseCon Europe, please read the detailed instructions on the registration page. Happy registering!
The latest IoT Newsletter is here!
Welcome to the second issue of the Eclipse IoT Newsletter for 2019, a newsletter tailored to share Eclipse IoT community and industry news.
Eclipse ioFog: Evolving Toward Native Kubernetes Orchestration at the Edge
The Eclipse Foundation is excited to support the announcement of the initial availability of ioFog features that make any Kubernetes distribution edge-aware.