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Wednesday, April 6 • 11:05am - 11:55am
Scalable Protocol Design Supporting Millions of Simultaneous Connections - Bryant Eastham, OpenDOF Project

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Typical IoT protocols are not designed with scalability in mind. They usually follow industry trends, some now decades old, that favor human introspection over more compact representations, and leverage existing web-based standards that can scale, but with cost.
Panasonic last year released an open-source IoT framework that includes protocols that were designed to scale, and recently released the results of a million-device test running on AWS that can operate at a cost of less than 10 cents per year per device at that scale - 5 to 10% the cost of competitive solutions.
This presentation will cover the design decisions that allowed this kind of scale, including security negotiation and methods, object model, and data transmission. It will also discuss the cloud architecture that allows this kind of communication infrastructure at such low cost.

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Bryant Eastham

President, OpenDOF Project
Bryant Eastham is the President at OpenDOF Project. Previously, he was a Principal Software Architect for Panasonic Corporation of North America. He established the company’s architectural road map and vision for distributed platforms and the Internet of Things. Bryant is active in the Linux Foundation as well as the OpenDOF Project and AllSeen Alliance. His interests include distributed systems, protocol design and network security. Bryant has... Read More →


Wednesday April 6, 2016 11:05am - 11:55am
Harbor Ballroom C

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