Creating applications with cloud functions - how to manage rules and orchestration in serverless architectures

Services like AWS lambda, Azure and Google functions or OpenWhisk liberate developers from managing cloud functions, just like the cloud liberated developers from managing physical servers. But developing applications using only cloud functions brings its own challenges.... Read More>>

 

Waylay announces partnership with Google Cloud

Waylay, a next-generation data orchestration platform for the Internet of Things, is happy to announce support for Google Cloud IoT Core, a fully managed service that allows you to easily and securely connect and manage devices at global scale.... Read More>>

 

The two-sided value coin of big data

There are only two types of value that companies can derive from processing big data, one is in the form of information, the other is in the form of action. They represent automated versions of the two components of intelligence: learning something new and being able to act on what we learn.... Read More>>

 

Rules automation and migration in Waylay

In the Waylay rules engine, you start building your logic in the form of a generic template, from which you create running tasks for your IoT devices. When the rules change, so do the running tasks. This is achieved through a process called template migration.... Read More>>

 

Feature release: Waylay alarm service

Alarms are created (and cleared) as actuators in the Waylay rules engine. The alarm can be either instantiated as a task for a single specific device or it can be saved as a generic template which can be instantiated for a group of devices of a certain type.... Read More>>

 

Feature release: Waylay Webscripts

Waylay webscripts are pure cloud functions (bound to a URL address) which can be invoked securely over a REST interface. They act as a metaphorical “translator” between an external system and the Waylay platform.... Read More>>

 

Composing IoT solutions with the Waylay platform: technology building blocks unveiled

The Waylay platform is based on a horizontally scalable microservices architecture and consists of five component layers.... Read More>>

 

Waylay is certified for Proximus EnCo LoRa

Today, we announce that Waylay is certified for use with Proximus EnCo LoRa. What does this mean? Proximus EnCo stands for “Proximus Enabling Company” and is... Read More>>

 

New documentation site

We have made great effort in the past few weeks to improve our documentation. Enjoy reading!... Read More>>

 

Waylay engine - one rules engine to rule them all

One of IoT's strongest promises is that we'll be able to react in real-time on real-time data. An advanced IoT rules engine delivers on that promise by ingesting real-time data, reasoning on that data and invoking automated actions based on the result of that reasoning process.... Read More>>

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