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    11200 Lakeview Ave, Lenexa, KS (map)
    38.925255 -94.770462

  • 2nd building South of College and West of Lakeview. Parking is on the west side of the building.
  • It is almost the end of September and it is time to join your fellow IoT enthusiasts for another fun learning session! We are excited to bring you a seasoned technologist and IoT enthusiast from IBM to share a great IoT story and a cool demo. Learn how open source software together with IBM technologies such as Informix and Bluemix play a key role in IoT solutions at the edge as well as in the cloud.
    Apache Edgent and IBM Informix with Bluemix cloud
    In this session, learn about the benefits and how to perform real-time analytics on both streaming and historical IoT data at the edge device. Once the IoT data is filtered, aggregated, and cleansed at the edge, learn about long term historical analytics options with the IBM Bluemix cloud platform. Whether you are a beginner in IoT, or a savvy developer, or an entrepreneur, you will not want to miss this session!
    Join us and hear from Darin Tracy, Senior Software Engineer at IBM. Darin is an industry veteran with over 20 years of experience in software development, IoT solution enablement, and technical support for data management and analytics software.
    When: September 28 @ 6PM CT
    Where: IBM Lenexa - 11200 Lakeview Avenue, Lenexa, KS 66221. We will meet in the Lightning & Thunder Conference room
    6:00 - 6:15 PM - Networking
    6:15 - 7:30 PM - Topics of the month
    • Apache Edgent and IBM Informix with Bluemix cloud - Darin Tracy
    Please bring your fellow IoT enthusiasts too. We are always looking for new IoT topics for discussions, and an active participation from this group. This session is meant for everyone - noobs, tinkerers, developers, and entrepreneurs! If you bring your laptop you can sign up for a Bluemix trial ( and try a few things hands-on.
    See you all at the meetup!
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