Compare Cumulocity IoT vs. Oracle IoT Asset Monitoring Cloud

Cumulocity IoT is ranked 24th in IoT Platforms while Oracle IoT Asset Monitoring Cloud is ranked 12th in IoT Platforms. Cumulocity IoT is rated 0, while Oracle IoT Asset Monitoring Cloud is rated 0. On the other hand, Cumulocity IoT is most compared with , whereas Oracle IoT Asset Monitoring Cloud is most compared with SAP Cloud Platform for the Internet of Things.
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Let’s keep IoT simple.
Welcome to the stress-free IoT platform! Cumulocity IoT was built from the ground up to be open, rapid to deploy and distributed. You can connect any “thing” and get started in minutes. Simplify with one architecture—from the edge to cloud and on-premises. Monitor and respond to IoT data in real time. No coding needed!

The Internet of Things is driving an industrial revolution termed as Industry 4.0. A major challenge to businesses is the cost and complexity of integrating Internet of Things device data into existing operations. Corporations whose performance depends on efficiency in the management and utilization of physical assets demand easy solution deployment, and a rapid demonstration of the benefits of Internet of Things automation and analytics. Oracle makes this possible with the introduction of a customizable Asset Monitoring application based on the Oracle Internet of Things platform.
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