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Monday, April 4 • 11:40am - 12:30pm
NATS: A Central Nervous System for IoT Messaging - Larry McQueary, NATS.io

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Security, identity and scalability define the IoT landscape. Developers in any IoT ecosystem need a flexible, lightweight and secure method to communicate device status/telemetry and content that operates at the speed of a central nervous system and doesn’t rely on inflexible and outdated protocol specifications designed for point-to-point communication. Enter NATS. NATS is an open source messaging framework based on Go that is designed for simple, secure, lightweight and scalable messaging in any language and for any platform/processor architecture.
Larry McQueary will present an overview and short demonstration on the NATS architecture and API that will demonstrate how NATS can enable “things” and backend infrastructure to communicate securely and scalably at high speed without locking in vendor-specific technology or protocols.

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Larry McQueary

NATS Product Manager, Apcera
Larry McQueary is Director of Messaging Technologies at NATS.io. For over 20 years, Larry has worked with distributed messaging for large, mission-critical systems. He first learned to program a few thousand years ago on a TI 99/4A TI BASIC, & has been an enthusiastic hacker & geek... Read More →

Monday April 4, 2016 11:40am - 12:30pm PDT
Harbor Ballroom E