Notes from IoT Support: IBM Watson Internet of Things Support tips, tricks, how-tos, videos, and any other content appropriate for the IoT Support focused audience. Content delivery coordinated by Denise McKinnon.
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IoTization means to empower your Rhapsody applications with an ability to communicate with other Rhapsody applications, devices or services by sending and receiving MQTT/HTTP(s) packets over the cloud in a secure manner, opening up a way to induce Cognitive/Watson IoT capabilities into your physical devices. IoTization process involves the use of IBM Internet of Things Workbench. The entire IoTization process was compressed into 9 minutes video. This video was particularly designed for busy people who want to understand the entire process quickly.
For those who want to follow every steps to recreate the same environment, watch it once, then adjust YouTube settings to play slower and follow steps. Get the MQTT profile today and follow README.txt to install it. The MQTT profile is provided only for experimental only at this point, and currently supports only MSVC++ to compile the code. Read the disclaimer below before installing it.
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