In this month’s newsletter, we’re taking a closer look at some of the exciting Internet of Things (IoT), edge computing, and digital ledger technology (DLT) projects at the Eclipse Foundation and the relationships among them.
Before you read this month’s spotlight articles, be sure to check out our
News section for updates on new projects and recent releases
in the Eclipse community. We also highlight an Eclipse project
that’s being used to model COVID-19 data and some new opportunities
for community members to stay connected virtually.
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Our spotlight articles focus on three Eclipse community
initiatives that solve real-world challenges developers face as they work
to securely extend IoT applications to more people and devices:
- Eclipse IoT Packages Project. Kai Hudalla describes the
pre-integrated, open source stack for cloud to edge applications
that’s being developed by the IoT and edge communities.
- Eclipse Unified Identity and Eclipse Tangle EE Marketplaces
Projects. Contributors from the IOTA Foundation and the Eclipse
Foundation explain how the proposed Unified Identity and Tangle
Marketplaces projects seek to foster industry adoption of the Unified
Identity Protocol (UIP) and enable developers to build decentralized
marketplaces on the IOTA network.
- Eclipse ioFog 2.0. Frédéric Desbiens
explores the role of an Edge Compute Network (ECN) and the new features
in the Eclipse ioFog 2.0 release.
The Latest Happenings
As always, be sure to check our lists so you can stay up to
date with the latest happenings here at the Eclipse Foundation: