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Build a cognitive alert system for your IT operations - Monitoring tools today generally send alerts through incidents or email notifications. Often, though, IT teams need a more visually perceptive approach. For example, when an incident or email is received, or an action from an IT service management tool occurs, the IT operator needs either an audible signal on a speaker or a visual signal on a lamp. These types of alerts mean that operators no longer have to keep an eye on the screen or their smartphones.
Implementing a solution that integrates service management systems with these types of devices can be quite complex depending on the current architecture. This article by Juscelino Candido de lima Junior demonstrates how you can use a low-cost set of hardware (a Raspberry Pi in a TJBot robot) and Watson APIs, IBM Watson IoT Platform, and other IBM Cloud services to build a cognitive alert system for your IT operations. [Read more...]
Downloadable resources: PDF of the demo use case instructions
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For more information on this new feature add, head over to the IoT Developers blog post: Devices can now send events over HTTP to IoT Foundation
If you want to try out this support but haven’t signed up and created an organization then you can use the Quickstart service. Quickstart supports HTTP without security to allow you to quickly try things out. See the full documentation for HTTP/S support.
Device Management is now live in IoT Foundation as well! Check out this informative blog post to learn more about major new enhancement we’ve just made to the Internet of Things Foundation service. We call it Device Management, and it’s all about making it easy and efficient to manage lots of IoT devices.