March 12-14, 2018 - Portland, OR
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Tuesday, March 13 • 2:00pm - 3:50pm
Getting Started With EdgeX Foundry – a Hands-on Lab - Jim White, Dell & Tony Espy, Canonical Ltd.

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Before attending this lab, make sure you install Docker (Community Edition) and Docker Compose on your laptop or workstation.  To get Docker, go to https://docs.docker.com/install/.  To get Docker Compose, go tohttps://docs.docker.com/compose/install/ [Note, on Mac and Windows, Docker Compose is installed with Docker].

EdgeX Foundry is a vendor-neutral. open source, hardware and OS agnostic Linux Foundation project to create a common open platform for IoT edge computing systems. EdgeX is a software framework that enables you to rapidly connect the “things” in your IoT environment to your enterprise or cloud systems.

In this lab, you will:
•Understand how EdgeX Foundry supports the development and deployment of interoperable and distributable edge/fog/IoT solutions.
•Learn how to get and deploy EdgeX.
•Learn how to connect sensors and devices to EdgeX and get their data flowing into the platform.
•Learn how to connect EdgeX to a cloud platform and get data from the edge to applications and system that live in the cloud or enterprise.
•See how EdgeX rules engine can be used to actuate devices.
Explore where and how you can customize/extend EdgeX to suit your IoT use cases


Tony Espy

Technical Architect, Devices & IoT, Canonical Ltd.
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Jim White

Distinguished Engineer, Dell Technologies
Jim White, Distinguished Engineer and Senior Software Architect for Dell’s End User Computing, Office of the CTO.  Jim is the chief architect and technical lead in Dell’s largest open source effort to date called EdgeX Foundry and is the Vice President of the TSC.  Jim has over... Read More →

Tuesday March 13, 2018 2:00pm - 3:50pm PDT
Galleria North