- Tapa blanda: 242 páginas
- Editor: Packt Publishing (27 de enero de 2015)
- Idioma: Inglés
- ISBN-10: 1783553537
- ISBN-13: 978-1783553532
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Learning Internet of Things (Inglés) Tapa blanda – 27 ene 2015
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If you're a developer or electronics engineer who is curious about Internet of Things, then this is the book for you. With only a rudimentary understanding of electronics, Raspberry Pi, or similar credit-card sized computers, and some programming experience using managed code such as C# or Java, you will be taught to develop state-of-the-art solutions for Internet of Things in an instant.
Biografía del autor
Peter Waher is the cofounder of Clayster, a company with its origin in Scandinavia but now operates in four continents. Clayster is dedicated to the development of Internet of Things applications and provides an IoT platform for rapid application development. Currently, Peter lives and works in Chile where he is the CEO of Clayster Laboratorios Chile S.A., a subsidiary of Clayster that provides development expertise to partner companies and promotes the Internet of Things technology to research institutions. Originally a mathematician, commercial pilot, and computer games developer, he has worked for 20 years with computers and device communication, including low-level development in assembler for resource-constrained devices to high-level system design and architecture. He's currently participating in various standardization efforts within IEEE, UPnP, and XSF, working on designing standards for Internet of Things. His work on smart applications for Internet of Things and the development of the IP-TV application "Energy Saving through Smart Applications" won the Urban Living Labs global showcase award in the Cultural and Societal Participation and Collaboration Tools category. Peter Waher can be found on LinkedIn at http://linkedin.com/in/peterwaher/.
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This book is one such initiative in order to clearly spell out the base components and competencies in order to jump into the IoT bandwagon with all the conviction. The author of this book has clearly articulated all the right details of the promising and potential device protocols (MQTT, CoAP, XMPP, REST, UPnP, etc.) for the worldwide IoT application and service development community.
His book got started with a very nice and neat illustration of what is all about the IoT, the prominent requirements for starting and sustaining IoT projects. In the subsequent chapters, he has discussed all the details for empowering IoT application developers especially on the leading IoT protocols. He has allocated one full chapter for explaining how to choose and leverage an advanced IoT service platform for swiftly and smartly creating connected applications for the ensuing smarter world. Security is a widely deliberated and discoursed topic and the author has clearly described the ways and means of approaching the security conundrum.
Precisely speaking, this book is a must for those ambitious and aspirational software engineers, IoT architects, consultants, and evangelists. This book definitely comprises a lot of highly beneficial information that can be used for crafting sophisticated people-centric, context-aware, event-driven, and service-oriented services.
When such a new idea develops, we are usually flooded by all sorts of essays, books, articles etc. telling us how good and powerful this idea is and how it is going to deeply change our lives.
I'm happy to tell you that this book goes way beyond hipe and marketing enthusiasm, being based on concrete projects and actual code for the Raspberry PI platform you can experiment and learn with.
After a brief introduction, the main internet protocols (HTTP, UPnP, CoAP, MQTT and XMPP) are explained in the context of connecting devices between them in a coherent architecture. Their relative strengths and weaknesses are also discussed, based on specific applications and environments.
The last three chapters are, then, devoted to the need for an integration architecture and platform, including protocol gateway and realistic security measures to be implemented in such a comprehensive and potentially risky environment. A software product implementing such an architecture is offered by the author's company and is used as an example in the book, with a 'no-commercial-hype' approach I really appreciated.
The book is well complemented and detailed by eighteen appendixes, another 136 pages pdf book, to be downloaded.
All in all I heartily recommend the book to everybody who wants to understand practically IoT, its opportunities and issues, and is prepared to go through the work needed to reach this objective.