AWS IoT Things Graph is a service that makes it easy to visually connect different devices and web services to build IoT applications.
IoT applications are being built today using a variety of devices and web services to automate tasks for a wide range of use cases, such as smart homes, industrial automation, and energy management. Because there aren't any widely adopted standards, it's difficult today for developers to get devices from multiple manufacturers to connect to each other as well as with web services. This forces developers to write lots of code to wire together all of the devices and web services they need for their IoT application. AWS IoT Things Graph provides a visual drag-and-drop interface for connecting and coordinating interactions between devices and web services, so you can build IoT applications quickly. For example, in a commercial agriculture application, you can define interactions between humidity, temperature, and sprinkler sensors with weather data services in the cloud to automate watering. You represent devices and services using pre-built reusable components, called models, that hide low-level details, such as protocols and interfaces, and are easy to integrate to create sophisticated workflows.
You can get started with AWS IoT Things Graph using these pre-built models for popular device types, such as cameras, motion sensors, and switches, as well as web services such as Amazon Simple Storage Service (S3) or Amazon Rekognition, or create your own custom models. You can deploy and run your IoT applications to the AWS Cloud or AWS IoT Greengrass-enabled devices such as edge gateways and cable set-top boxes, in just a few clicks. AWS IoT Greengrass is software that provides local compute and secure cloud connectivity so devices can respond quickly to local events even without internet connectivity, and runs on a huge range of devices from a Raspberry Pi to a server-level appliance.
Can data from billions of connected smart devices drive successful business decisions and strategies? Use Oracle Internet of Things Cloud Service to make that happen.
- Connect Your Devices - Connect your existing sensors and devices with Oracle IoT Cloud Service Client Libraries and Gateways, available for a wide range of platforms and programming environments
- Analyze Your Streaming Data in Real Time - Use built-in, easy-to-use analytics to specify how you want your data to be filtered and aggregated
- Send Your Data to Enterprise Apps and Integrated Cloud Services - Integrate your data with enterprise applications and web services or with other Oracle Cloud services such as Oracle Business Intelligence Cloud Service
- Harness the Power of loT - Drive smarter decisions, open new markets, enable new services, and reduce costs
Your environment is preinstalled and preconfigured using Oracle Linux and Oracle Java SE Advanced or Node to maximize performance, scalability, and reliability.
The underlying infrastructure has the same secure and reliable core capabilities offered by Oracle Cloud Infrastructure as a Service. With capabilities like elastic scaling, storage, and integrated load balancing you can run your Java and Node workloads on the Oracle Application Container Cloud and easily scale environments up and scale out as your application needs grow.
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AWS IoT Things Graph is ranked 15th in IoT Platforms while Oracle IoT Cloud Service is ranked 4th in IoT Platforms. AWS IoT Things Graph is rated 0.0, while Oracle IoT Cloud Service is rated 0.0. On the other hand, AWS IoT Things Graph is most compared with Telit and AWS IoT Events, whereas Oracle IoT Cloud Service is most compared with SAP Cloud Platform for the Internet of Things and IBM Public Cloud.
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