Not since the Web began has there been an era of disruption like the one
ushered in by the Internet of Things. An IoT connected world is fast becoming
a reality that promises to link our homes and business and improve
By the year 2020, the number of Things connected to the Internet will be 6X
the number of humans. With the explosive growth of connected things, an IoT
world brings both tremendous risks and enormous opportunities.
Join KAAZING and Gigaom Research for “The Internet of Things: Making it
Happen in Your Business,” a free analyst roundtable webinar on Tuesday,
April 22, 2014 at 10:00 a.m. PT.
Our expert panelists, Craig Foster, freelance analyst, writer and consultant,
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President, KAAZING will discuss the risks and benefits of implementing a
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by Vikram Mehta, Chief Executive Officer, Kaazing
The coming “Internet of Many Different Things” is not a world that is
still way out in the future.
According to researchers, somewhere between 2008 and 2009 there were as many
“things” connected to the Internet as the number of people on the planet
– over 6 billion!
According to GSMA, by 2020 there will be 24 billion “things” connected to
the Internet, of which half or 12 billion will be mobile devices.
So what’s all this going to be worth? Analyst firm IDC projects that IoT
technology and services spending will generate global re... (more)
This article is based on, and contains excerpts from, the book Pro JSF:
Building Rich Internet Components by Jonas Jacobi and John Fallows, published
by Apress. Book is now available on fine bookstores and Amazon as
of February 25, 2006.
JavaServer Faces (JSF) standardizes the server-side component model for Web
application development but doesn't standardize the presentation layer at the
browser. In a series of articles we are going to look at how JSF can fulfill
new presentation requirements without sacrificing application developer
productivity building Rich Internet Applicat... (more)
This is a two-part blog post that discusses HTML5 WebSocket and security. In
this, the first post, I will talk about the security benefits that come from
being HTTP-compatible and the WebSocket standard itself. In the second post
(coming soon) I will highlight some of the extra security capabilities that
Kaazing WebSocket Gateway offers, things that real-world WebSocket
applications will want to be fully secure.
A WebSocket connection starts its life as an HTTP handshake, which then
upgrades in-place to speak the WebSocket wire protocol. As such, many
existing HTTP security mech... (more)
This is the second post of a two-part blog post that discusses HTML5
WebSocket and security. The first post, HTML5 WebSocket Security is Strong,
talked about the security benefits that derive from being HTTP-compatible and
the WebSocket standard itself. In this, the second post, I will highlight
some of the extra security capabilities that Kaazing WebSocket Gateway
Kaazing WebSocket Gateway makes your Web application architecture more
secure. We leverage the HTTP and WebSocket standards as well as
Kaazing-specific technology for capabilities beyond what the standard