Big Apps, Big Data, and Why "Connected Things" are not the IoT

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Smartphones, smart watches, laptops, connected cars, smart homes and wearables. The Internet of Things is arriving, and with it, some big challenges. Yes, the things are connected but theyre not communicating in a way that realizes the full potential of the IoT. In this webcast, Brian Mulloy explores how to design and develop apps that work harmoniously with other apps as a system of systems. Learn about big appsemergent systems that enable apps on multiple devices to work togetherand how they are a design metaphor for creating holistic, consistent experiences across multiple devices. Discover how looping big apps into big data creates a compelling adaptive platform for the IoT. Join to discuss: - the potential of the IoT, realized through an adaptive cycle of analysis, prediction, and action, at scale - how to go from todays single-device apps to multi-device big apps - the role big data will play in a virtuous app development cycle - what the IoT means for your industry Download podcast: http://bit.ly/ZWWwTv

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<ul><li> 1. Big Apps, Big Data, and Why"Connected Things" are not the IoTBrian Mulloy@landlessnessSeptember 25, 2014</li></ul> <p> 2. Todays speakerBrian MulloyApigee 3. Apigee social channels 2014 Apigee Confidential All Rights Reserved3YouTubehttp://youtube.com/apigeeSlidesharehttp://slideshare.com/apigee 4. Tire Sensor and Smartphone 2014 Apigee Confidential All Rights Reserved 4 5. Tire Sensor and Air CompressorAIR$1 2014 Apigee Confidential All Rights Reserved 5 6. Laptop, Glasses, Smartwatch and Smartphone 2014 Apigee Confidential All Rights Reserved 7. Laptop, Glasses, Smartwatch and Smartphone 2014 Apigee Confidential All Rights Reserved 8. Unconnected versusHyper-connected?8 9. Or Something Deeper?9 10. What are the dumb questions? 2014 Apigee Confidential All Rights Reserved10 11. What's the diameter of the Internet ofThings?11 12. How do we make it smaller?13 13. How the diameter of the social web gets smaller 2014 Apigee Confidential All Rights Reserved 14 14. APIs + Delegated Auth=Recombinant Devices 15. From Connected Things to IoTAIR$1AIR$1 2014 Apigee Confidential All Rights Reserved 16 16. Metcalfes LawValue = O(n2) 17. Developers are the key18User DeveloperDeviceAPIsIoTappsAPI team Backend 18. ConnectedCarsWearablesInternetOfThingsTabletsSmartphonesPCsConnectedTVs20,000,00018,000,00016,000,00014,000,00012,000,00010,000,0008,000,0006,000,0004,000,0002,000,00002004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014E 2015E 2016E 2017E 2018ENumberOfDevicesInUseGlobally(InThousands)Source:BIIntelligenceEs matesTheInternetOfEverything 19. Too many devices, too few developersConnected devices Software developers 2013: 6 billion 2018: 20 billion 333% increaseSource: Business Insider Intelligence - TheInternet Of Everything: 2014 2014 Apigee Confidential All Rights Reserved 2013: 18 million 2019: 26 million 45% increaseSource: Evans Data Corporation - GlobalDeveloper Population and Demographic Study2013 20. MISSING:34 million software developers21 21. IoT systems are a complex combination ofweb, app and embedded systems 22. 23Things languageInternet languages 23. The promise: everything is connected 24. The reality: unnerving 25. Today:26 Multiple experiences Multiple apps Multiple developers Multiple devices 26. Things go from bad app app app app 27. to worsecloudapp app app app app app app727722app 28. Tomorrow:29 One experience One big app One ecosystem Multiple devices 29. Multiple devicesapp app app app app appapp72 30. One experienceapp app app app app appapp72One Experience 31. One big appapp app app app app appapp72One experienceOne big app 32. (Powered by APIs)app app app app app appapp72One experienceOne big app(Powered by APIs) 33. Nike insight on IoT 34. From Nike FuelBand 2014 Apigee Confidential All Rights Reserved35Exclusive: Nike fires majority ofFuelBand team, will stop makingwearable hardwareNike is gearing up to shutter its wearable hardwareefforts, and the sportswear company this week firedthe majority of the team responsible for thedevelopment of its FuelBand fitness tracker-CNETApril 18, 2014 35. To Nike Fuel Lab 2014 Apigee Confidential All Rights Reserved36FIRST LOOK AT THE NIKE+ FUELLAB IN SAN FRANCISCOToday, Nike opens its Nike+ Fuel Lab in SanFrancisco, a collaborative work and testing space inthe city's SOMA neighborhood designed for selectedpartner companies to develop products thatintegrate the NikeFuel system for tracking andmeasuring activity.Nike plans to publish the Nike+ API, making itavailable to any developer who has a relevant productidea using the NikeFuel currency.-Fast CompanyApril 10, 2014 36. Nikes ecosystem 2014 Apigee Confidential All Rights Reserved37Fuel LabdeveloperAthleteNike+APIsNewhardwareappsNikeAPI teamNike+systems 37. Nike triumphantlyenters the IoTecosystemPhoto credit:https://www.flickr.com/photos/xerones/4102033601 38. APIsBig apps Big dataAdaptiveplatformImproveConnectScaleLearn 39. 2014 Apigee Confidential All Rights ReservedCheck out:http://www.zettajs.org/Follow on Twitter:@zettajsCheck out:http://www.zettajs.org/Follow on Twitter:@zettajs 40. Join:IoT CraftJoin:Google GroupIoT CraftGoogle Group 2014 Apigee Confidential All Rights Reserved 41 41. Todays speakerBrian MulloyApigee 42. Thank youSept. 25, 2014Please Follow@zettajsBrian Mulloy@landlessness </p>