INTERNET OF THINGS and API

This is an era of web disruption, we will continue notice the digital revolution not only improving our experience and operations. Today, everything talk to each other in the end-user world, discussions and designs are revolving around developing and installing devices everywhere, sensors to figure out if a light bulb is dead and someone has to replace it? IoT is growing and creating wide spectrum of opportunities.

API are that enabler of IOT optimized for data-intensive, real-time applications. The most common questions to consider deciding on the API are location of the person, device, is device wearable, is device connected to the cloud?

IoT relies on connecting applications to devices to exchange information, authenticate, maintain privacy and establish a trusted computing. Security must be addressed from design to the operational environment.

Enabling cross origin resource sharing and server can interact to safely determine whether or not to allow the cross-origin requests, allows more freedom and functionality than purely same-origin requests, CORS is more secure than simply allowing all cross-origin requests.

As developers are rapidly starting to create applications for the IoT, containers can help us in different ways to develop, test, deploy and update. End users should be able securely initiate and complete critical business processes.

Specialization is the wave of the future, with right API management and IoT devices with hybrid containers can truly improve quality of life on micro or macro level.

 

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Venkat is an Open Group Certified TOGAF 9 Enterprise architect and a SAP consultant, working on design and implementation of SAP Netweaver portal. Web developer by nature, passionate about Web 2.0 and Social Media. Involved in Solution architecting around SAP Netweaver technologies using Service oriented architecture and Web 2.0. He always tries to be on top with emerging technologies and best practices, helps clients in understanding the use of emerging technologies.

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