How can you evaluate an automation tool for the Internet of Things?

If all software is ultimately automation, we can think of rules engines as software squared - they are software tools that automate the automation itself. A... Read More

 

What is a rules engine and when do we need one?

Abstraction is the removal of details in order to enhance the visibility of a pattern. A useful abstraction is one that removes things we don't need... Read More

 

Serverless automation with Waylay engine

The Waylay engine is the rule engine that separates information, control and decision flow using the smart agent concept.... Read More

 

Waylay engine, a new era of building cloud applications

Neither flow engines nor BPM engines can solve the problem of merging the IoT world of continuous real-time sensor data with the API world of cloud and enterprise software data.... Read More

 

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

 

The curse of dimensionality in decision trees - the branching problem

When we talk about the curse of dimensionality, we often refer to the difficulty that arises when analyzing and organizing data in high-dimensional spaces. This blog is about a problem with decision trees that is similar to data analytics in high-dimensional spaces.... 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

 

The Waylay engine, Part 2: Bayesian inference-based programming using smart agents

The rational agent is a central concept in artificial intelligence. An agent is something that perceives its environment through sensors and acts upon that environment via actuators. For example, a robot may rely on cameras as sensors and act on its environment via motors.... Read More

 

The Waylay engine, Part 1: 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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