Building the IoT Smart Gateway with Docker, Raspberry Pi and JBoss for the “lazy” ones – Ansible rules!

If you have followed my earlier posts, then you know, that I’m in the process of building an IoT Demo, with a Raspberry Pi2 ¬†as the Smart Gateway. During this process, I had to re-install my Raspberry multiple times, but after the second time I got a bit tired of doing the same steps over […]

Putting the Smart into the Smart IoT Device

This is part 4 in my IoT series of blogs. The first parts did cover the following topics: Introduction into the planned scenario Building a Raspberry Pi based Smart Gateway ESP8266 and DHT22 based smart sensor This blog will describe how to enable the Smart Gateway to handle, enhance and forward incoming messages. As for […]

ESP8266 and DHT22 based smart sensor

This is part 3 in my IoT series of blogs. The first parts did cover the following topics Introduction into the planned scenario Building a Rasperry Pi based Smart Gateway In this article I will describe how I build my first physical sensor, based on an ESP8266¬†microprocessor and a DHT22 digital temperature and humidity sensor. […]

Building a Raspberry Pi based Smart Gateway for IoT

As described in my previous post, my intention is to create a new version of my IoT Demo. The first element that I wanted to get up and running is the Gateway, which is supposed to run a MQTT broker to receive and forward messages a transformation capability to change messages, enable smart routing of […]

Red Hat IoT Demo – Next Generation

After having done a pure Docker/JBoss based IoT Demo-Environment I felt like it was time to bring this demo to the next level, but what does that mean? For me it means to become a bit more “realistic” and to integrate more and different technologies into the demo. In hard facts, this mean real, “dumb” […]

First Fuse application on OpenShift V3.1

Since mid of December 2015, Red Hat has released the initial version of the Fuse Integration Services. These are various pre-build images which are aimed to make the implementation of Red Hat JBoss Fuse applications on OpenShift V3 as seamless as possible. In this blog I will document the steps required to create a first […]

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