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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!

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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.

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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.

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Become a Sponsor at EclipseCon Europe 2019

We’re gearing up for EclipseCon Europe 2019, our biggest event of the year which brings together developers, architects, and open source business leaders. A sponsoring role means that you not only play a significant part in this year’s event but also get to be involved in the exciting hands-on activities and networking.

If your company is looking to connect with experienced developers and users of technologies based on or related to Eclipse technologies, the fastest way to tap into the developer talent pool is by joining the EclipseCon Europe 2019 sponsor line-up. If you’ve never sponsored EclipseCon Europe before, you’re in for a treat! Email us at sponsors@eclipsecon.org for more information.

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EclipseCon Europe 2019: Call for Papers Now Open! Submit Your Talk Today!

EclipseCon Europe is the leading conference for developers, architects, and open source business leaders to learn about Eclipse technologies, share best practices, and more. Taking in place in Ludwigsburg, Germany, October 21-24, 2019, ECE 2019 is our biggest event of the year and connects the Eclipse ecosystem and the industry’s leading minds under one roof. We are pleased to once again co-locate with the OSGi Alliance Community Event, adding more breadth and expertise to the program.

The ECE 2019 Call for Papers is now open. Please visit the CFP page for information on how to submit your talk. This year, the early-bird submission deadline is July 1 and the final submission deadline is July 15.

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Accelerating Enterprise IoT Solution Development

To overcome common challenges and provide their customers with an end-to-end Internet of Things (IoT) solution, three industry leaders, Red Hat, Eurotech, and Cloudera turned to the Eclipse Foundation’s Eclipse IoT Working Group. The results of their joint effort give enterprises the freedom and flexibility to take full advantage of IoT today and to continue advancing their IoT strategy as new capabilities emerge and business goals evolve. Read Jameka’s blog and explore this Eclipse IoT success story today!

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Register for Eclipse IoT Day Paris Saclay 2019

For the first time, the Eclipse IoT community will organize an event in Paris Saclay. For this one-day event on June 4, 2019, we are building a great program that includes topics like Smart cities, Edge computing, Industry 4.0, Robotics, as well as the core Eclipse IoT technologies.

As we have several international speakers, the conference will happen in English. Register today!

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Want to the know future of IoT? Ask the developers!

A new survey of IoT developers reveals that connectivity, performance, and standards are growing areas of concern as IoT projects hit production.

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New Survey of More Than 1,700 IoT Developers Reveals Top Hardware, Software “Stack” Choices

The 2019 IoT Developer Survey Results are live. IoT developers are driving real commercial outcomes, survey results show two-thirds of respondents are working on IoT projects professionally. 38% of the users cited security as particularly challenging for IoT development, followed by connectivity, data collection and analysis, performance, privacy, and standards. See the full results here.

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