SoftServe Speaking at Indy.Code
Apr 24, 2019
Sheraton Indianapolis Hotel - Indianapolis, IN
Shaun Greene, SoftServe Senior IoT Solutions Architect is excited to host the “Internet of Things, Defogged” breakout session at Indy.Code.
Indy.Code() is a three-day software development conference in downtown Indianapolis with over 100 breakout sessions & hands-on workshops covering all aspects of software development. Indy.Code() is a must-attend event for any serious software professional.
About the Session
There is no doubt that IoT is gaining momentum. The vast network of connected devices today will grow to more than four devices per person on the planet by 2020. Many companies are lagging behind this trend, due to confusion over the plethora of terms, concepts, proprietary standards, protocols, and solutions for internet-connected things.
During “Internet of Things, Defogged” you will learn:
- The Google Cloud Platform (GCP) reference architecture for a typical IoT solution
- Specific GCP services mapped to business and system needs
- Real-life case studies and modern deployment options
- Efficient processing and storage of sensor data
- GCP services including Cloud IoT Core, Pub/Sub, Dataflow, BigQuery, BigTable, Cloud MLE, and TensorFlow
Participants will learn about possible choices (and consequences) of making particular architecture decisions that affect power efficiency, reliability, cost, etc. Additionally, real-world case studies will be presented and Shaun will answer practical questions that often arise during IoT adoption by enterprises.
About the Speaker
Shaun Greene, Senior IoT Solutions Architect
Shaun Greene is a Senior IoT Solutions Architect with SoftServe, a leading technology consulting and software services company. Shaun has 10 years of experience in electronics design and software development across many industries and applications: from 8-bit wireless medical devices, to distributed cloud SaaS platforms for commercial autonomous vehicles. His research interests include low power sensing, digital twins, and edge virtualization.
Conference: April 24-26
Breakout Session: Friday, April 26th from 2:30-3:30pm
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