IoT Trends - Demo using Raspberry Pi - Extreme high relevance of DevOps in the IoT space

The Live Demo Presentation will try to bring out the following

1. Talk about the latest trends and use cases of IoT (5 to 7 minutes)
2. Show a live demo of IoT in action using Raspberry Pi (15 minutes)
3. Talk about extremely high relevance of feedback loop, Automation (Agile and DevOps in IoT) (15 minutes)
4. Show some cool fun usecases of Raspberry Pi folks have implemented in their non-iot DevOps projects (5 minutes)

Total Duration 45 Minutes

 
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Outline/structure of the Session

1. Talk about the latest trends and use cases of IoT (5 to 7 minutes)
2. Show a live demo of IoT in action using Raspberry Pi (15 minutes)
3. Talk about extremely high relevance of feedback loop, Automation (Agile and DevOps in IoT) (15 minutes)
4. Show some cool fun usecases of Raspberry Pi folks have implemented in their non-iot DevOps projects (5 minutes)

Learning Outcome

IoT

Raspberry Pi

DevOps for IoT world

Target Audience

All folks who are into Agile and devOps. Folks who are interested to hear and see IoT story and see the relevance of DevOps and Agile in the IoT space

schedule Submitted 3 weeks ago

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  • Ravi Kumar
    By Ravi Kumar  ~  1 week ago
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    Hi Aditya,

    Proposal sounds interesting.

    Can you share a draft version of the content and share some details what is going to be demonstrated using Rasberry Pi?

    I ask this because the learning outcome sounds too basic/generic. Some concrete use cases where the audience can apply when they go back to work will be useful. 

    Best,

    Ravi

    • Aditya Garg
      By Aditya Garg  ~  1 week ago
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      Hi Ravi,

      The entire session would begin with some of the latest business cases in IoT. The content for the same will be irrelevant in few months. Normally I share the latest business cases from the IoT space..

      We connect the real business case with a live demo.
      The demo would include the following
      1. Using sensors to read temperature and humidity and seeing the same on a mobile device
      2. Controlling switch / on / off / toggle for a 220 Volt device from a mobile

      It will give the audience a real flavor of IoT in action.
      We will be carrying our own internet router, raspberry Pi 3, breadboard, Relays to convert an electronic signal to a 220 Volt electrical one.

      90% of the IoT projects are either delayed or facing classic issues - where Agile and DevOps needs to play a much larger role. We will be highlighting the same in the later part of the presentation.

      Let me know if you need any more information

      Thanks and Regards
      Adi






      • Venkatraman L
        By Venkatraman L  ~  1 week ago
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        Hello Aditya, 

        Interesting proposal. hoping that you would be focusing on the key point of your proposal about agile and devops helping IoT projects from being elongated or shelved. A slight concern is that when there are things to play on the table with a "infinite" audience (rather not a finite set of people as this conference uses law of two feet), the tendency is to get lost in trying it out esp if it involves play. 

        Hope you are considering to keep that hands-on short to drive the points you want to cover. 

        Thanks

        Venkat

        • Aditya Garg
          By Aditya Garg  ~  1 week ago
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          Hi Venkat,

          I have given a break down of my presentation and it is divided in three zones with tentative times. 

          I am of the firm belief that demo should be relevant, demo should help people relate to topic. 

          What you are seeking does not sound correct to me. If I curtail the demo down the entire narrative that I have planned will not be effective

          Apologies but I dont accept your suggestion of curtailing down the demo.

          Thanks and Best Regards
          Adi


          On Thu, Dec 7, 2017 at 12:45 AM, Agile India 2018 <info@confengine.com> wrote:
          Dear Aditya Garg,

          Your proposal IoT Trends - Demo using Raspberry Pi - Extreme high relevance of DevOps in the IoT space has received a new comment from venkatraman-l

          Hello Aditya, 

          Interesting proposal. hoping that you would be focusing on the key point of your proposal about agile and devops helping IoT projects from being elongated or shelved. A slight concern is that when there are things to play on the table with a "infinite" audience (rather not a finite set of people as this conference uses law of two feet), the tendency is to get lost in trying it out esp if it involves play. 

          Hope you are considering to keep that hands-on short to drive the points you want to cover. 

          Thanks

          Venkat


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          • Prasad
            By Prasad  ~  1 week ago
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            Hi Aditya, 

            Just to add to Venki and Ravi..  RaspberryPi is fun / cool etc.. the folks who attend your session needs to get some spark to apply / practice in their day job or to get some inspiration to do some experiments which may bring some business impact / outcome.

            I am not clear about the learning outcomes..

            Regards

            P

            • Aditya Garg
              By Aditya Garg  ~  1 week ago
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              Yes Sure,

              My intent is to give them a complete demo - including solve any practical queries they might have.

              In my previous remarks I had mentioned about what I will cover.

              There are two experiments that will be shown

              1. A sensor demo - where the temperature and humidity will be read through a sensor and how this can be controlled through internet. Many of the enterprise IoT applications do it at a large scale specially in IIoT and Agriculture implementation of IoT

              2. A remote switch for controlling live 220 Volt Electricity bulb - Will show how the electrical appliances can be made smart. Again a classic IoT example.

              I am sure this will be great food for thought for everyone who would attend this session and get inspired to do these things.

              Let me know if I have answered the current queries.

              If there are more queries, please feel free to ask. 

              Thanks and Regards
              Adi


              On Thu, Dec 7, 2017 at 4:27 PM, Agile India 2018 <info@confengine.com> wrote:
              Dear Aditya Garg,

              Your proposal IoT Trends - Demo using Raspberry Pi - Extreme high relevance of DevOps in the IoT space has received a new comment from prasad-1

              Hi Aditya, 

              Just to add to Venki and Ravi..  RaspberryPi is fun / cool etc.. the folks who attend your session needs to get some spark to apply / practice in their day job or to get some inspiration to do some experiments which may bring some business impact / outcome.

              I am not clear about the learning outcomes..

              Regards

              P


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          • Venkatraman L
            By Venkatraman L  ~  1 week ago
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            Fair point Adi. I dont think was clear about curtailing or reducing the time for the demo. It was about boxing it fine with a non-finite people in the room in our past experiences. 

            As long as you are confident that you can manage the demo in that time you have articulated, great ! 

            Thanks

            Venkat