Part 1: Cloud & REST | Part 2: HTML5 WebSockets | Part 3: Physical Mashups A few weeks ago, I started posting a series about the project we were working on while at MIT: applying the Web of Things patterns and blueprints to the RFID global network (EPC Network). Better late than never, here is the last part of the posts series: Physical Mashups.
The transcript of my talk at LIFT this afternoon. Thought it would be a good intro to WoT (although very high level), so I shared it here. Thoughts & feedback more than welcome! Yeah, it’s a lot of text, and it’s ugly to read on a blog, so I also made a pretty PDF you can print or read later.
Robert Siebeck, Till Janner, Christoph Schroth, Volker Hoyer, Wolfgang Woerndl and Florian Urmetzer on Cloud-based Enterprise Mashup Integration Services for B2B Scenarios. In this first talk of the 2nd International Workshop on Mashups, Enterprise Mashups and Lightweight Composition on the Web at the WWW conference (WWW 2009), Volker Hoyer (a colleague from SAP Research in St-Gallen) talks about patterns to integrate information resources (e.g. an ERP) and generic cloud services (e.g. storage) in the context of enterprise computing. Enterprise mashups are web resources that combine other web resources that have a business relevance, but unlike traditional compositions mashups can be...