Internet of Things: M2MLabs

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on 1 April 2015

M2MLabs’ 100 % open source framework provides the foundation for building the next generation of Internet of Things (IoT) applications. Snappy Ubuntu Core is the perfect match to build, deploy and run IoT services on all devices and cloud environments.

Using Snappy Ubuntu Core enables M2MLabs company to connect applications on its framework to devices and cloud deployments seamlessly. The partnership will also enable both companies to innovate around turnkey solutions. We are delighted to welcome M2MLabs to the Ubuntu Core partner program and looking forward to making IoT a reality alongside them.

A key benefit of M2MLabs’ open source application framework for building server ­side Internet of Things applications is that it takes care of device communication as well as data storage and retrieval so that application developers can focus on business logic purely. IoT applications can be prototyped in hours rather than weeks to finally run on a high performance execution environment built on top of a standard J2EE server and the highly scalable Apache Cassandra database.

Take a look at M2M Labs’ Tutorial on Snappy Ubuntu Core +Juju and Charms.

Snappy ubuntu+m2m labscharm from supportm2mlabs

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