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These days, everyone is buzzing about the Internet of Things. Executives see the value in data from sensors and devices …giving them new insight to make strategic decisions. And who are they turning to to collect that data and help them glean key information to make those decisions? Why you, as developers, of course!

IBM Internet of Things Foundation is a fully managed, cloud-hosted service that makes it simple to derive value from Internet of Things (IoT) devices. We start with your device, be it a sensor, a gateway or something else. Using our recipes you can get it connected and begin sending data securely up to the cloud using the open, lightweight MQTT messaging protocol.

We appreciate your interest in IBM Internet of Things solutions on Bluemix—now what can we do to help make your experience easier? Check out these resources! And keep in mind that as our services change, I’ll update this post, so please bookmark it and return from time to time to see what’s new!

I hope these resources prove valuable as you get started with us—we’re always up for hearing feedback, so let us know what you want to hear more (or less) about. Our goal is to make your IoT experience as easy and enjoyable as possible!

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