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Monday, April 4 • 4:10pm - 5:00pm
Evolving a Best-of-Breed IoT Framework - Gregory Burns, Intel

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Greg Burns started the AllJoyn project in late 2009 with little more than the idea of building a distributed data bus for peer-to-peer communications. Since then AllJoyn has become the foundation technology for a broad industry alliance with the goal of defining a standard framework for IoT interoperability. In parallel another industry alliance formed with the same goals but a different technical starting point. The Open Connectivity Consortium and the AllSeen Alliance have made different architectural choices but at a conceptual level there are more similarities than differences. The Open Connectivity Foundation has been formed to reconcile some of the main differences with the goal of developing a best-of-breed platform that evolves on the OIC specification with the addition of selected features from AllJoyn. This talk compares the OIC and AllJoyn approaches and also some of the lessons learned over the last six years. Specific topics covered include network topology, scalability, service discovery, security requirements, and usability. The talk will close with a discussion of what new features might be incorporated into the OCF specification and the related IoTivity reference implementation.

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Gregory Burns

Chief IoT Software Technologist, Intel Corporation
Greg Burns is Chief IoT Software Technologist in the Open Source Technology Center at Intel Corporation. Prior to Intel Greg was VP of Engineering at Qualcomm and Chair of the Technical Steering Committee at the AllSeen Alliance. Greg launched the AllJoyn project at Qualcomm and was... Read More →

Monday April 4, 2016 4:10pm - 5:00pm PDT
Harbor Ballroom D