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Manage all the things, small and big, with open source LwM2M implementations @ FOSDEM 2015

Here is the recording of my presentation on Device Management with LwM2M at FOSDEM’15.

Abstract: LwM2M is a standard for device management that solves many of the issues M2M and IoT solutions makers have faced in the past (or, let’s be realistic, are still facing), with custom protocols or even standards like OMA-DM: complex workflows, high bandwidth usage, lack of open-source implementations… Join this talk to get an overview of the LwM2M protocol, and to learn how you can start managing an embedded device with Eclipse Wakaama (yes, it fits in an Arduino, and yes, there will be a live demo!), or build your own device management server with Eclipse Leshan.

By Benjamin Cabé

Benjamin is a technology enthusiast with a passion for empowering developers to build innovative solutions. A long-time open source advocate, he co-founded Eclipse IoT in 2011 and is currently working at Microsoft on Azure IoT.

One reply on “Manage all the things, small and big, with open source LwM2M implementations @ FOSDEM 2015”

[…] first thing I searched for was an Arduino lib version of the wakaama. I was in FOSDEM last year in Ben’s presentation of LwM2M (asking about TI CC3200 cause I couldn’t read chinese at the time either, but ESP8266 has grown […]

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