IoT on the edge, Part 3: Integrating cloud analytics and a dashboard app into your IoT solutions

In the first article in this series, you learned how to monitor hay barns
for humidity and temperature to identify dangerous conditions. You learned
how to get sensor readings for temperature and humidity from NodeMCU
devices to the IBM Watson IoT Platform. In this article, you learn how to
preserve those readings in a database, how to display them in an IoT
dashboard, and how to generate alerts.

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This article compiles insights from multiple people in regard to methods and experiences related to optimizing queries when operating Cloudant NoSQL DB. The knowledge contained here will help you have a more in-depth understanding of the most suitable queries for each applicable scenario, to provide the most efficient data query service for your application.

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Memory footprint and startup time are important performance metrics for
a Java virtual machine (JVM). The memory footprint becomes especially
important in the cloud environment since you pay for the memory your
application uses. This tutorial shows you how to use the shared classes feature in Eclipse OpenJ9 to reduce the memory footprint and improve your JVM startup time.

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Deploy a blockchain business network to the cloud using the IBM Blockchain Starter Plan

Simple steps and companion videos show you how to deploy an existing
sample business network, the Car Auction network, to the cloud, specifically
to the IBM Blockchain Platform Starter Plan, now free in beta. Once you deploy
the sample network, you can start developing, demoing, and staging your
blockchain applications on a simulated multi-organization network.

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Android is a popular computing platform based on the Linux operating
system. The initial commercial version of Android hit the market in 2008 in
the form of a mobile phone platform, back when the most popular cell phone for
a business user was the BlackBerry, when the iPhone was beginning to make
meaningful waves across all sectors, and when the majority of phone users were
still tapping out texts from a flip phone.

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