AWS IoT Buttons in the Enterprise and How to Manage Them with ZipLine

AWS IoT Buttons in the Enterprise and How to Manage Them with ZipLine
Getting started with AWS IoT Buttons has never been easier. Now there's ZipLine, an AWS Enterprise IoT Button Manager for rapid creation and configuration of organizations and AWS IoT Buttons, with out-of-the-box integrations using AWS Lambda, SNS, and SQS to send fully contextualized button events to existing enterprise systems. Powered by Bright Wolf's Strandz IoT Data Management platform and AWS. Read More

Mastering Data Flow in Distributed Industrial IoT Systems

Mastering Data Flow in Distributed Industrial IoT Systems
It’s a dirty world out there. Inside your organization, IT systems and business applications run in a controlled network of interfaces, rules, and data policies. That’s reality. But as industry competition and commoditization risks loom, you embrace IoT for enabling new services, optimizing operations, and increasing revenue opportunities for you and your customers. That’s digital transformation. Your plan calls for... Read More

Bright Wolf Named AWS Advanced Technology Partner

Bright Wolf Named AWS Advanced Technology Partner
We are pleased to announce that Bright Wolf has been officially recognized as an Amazon Web Services (AWS) Advanced Technology Partner. The designation was awarded following a review of Bright Wolf connected enterprise solutions already in production, along with an in-depth evaluation of overall team experience and expertise with Amazon Web Services and complex cloud systems. Enterprise Class Connected Solutions... Read More

6 Best Practices in Enterprise IoT Architecture

6 Best Practices in Enterprise IoT Architecture
Useful IoT prototypes can be built from a variety of visual and step-by-step tools, and are instrumental in showing the vision and promise of bring IoT into your enterprise. When it’s time to design the production system that will support your production business cases, new aspects must be considered and accounted for that were not needed during the original conceptual phase.... Read More