For the building IoT conference in Heidelberg last week I gave a workshop, where the attendees learned some electronic basics, about an Arduino and how to connected the Arduino to the internet. For the internet scenario I used Node-RED and our YaaS nodes. Continue reading
The SAP Next-Gen program is an innovation platform for the SAP ecosystem enabling companies, partners and universities to connect and innovate with purpose linked to the UN Global Goals. In partnership with the Hasso Plattner Institute SAP Next-Gen recently opened its doors on the 48th floor of SAP’s new offices at Hudson Yards in New York City. Hybris Labs had the honour to contribute five prototypes to their innovation hub. Continue reading
It’s a shame I’ve not written earlier about this. We’ve got Amazon’s Alexa and also Google Home available at Hybris Labs in Munich, but I’ve had so much other things going on, that I just could not concentrate a lot on this. Today, I finally had a few hours play a bit more with Amazon’s Alexa. While I need to do more with Google Home, I’ve tried both to some degree now. I find the overall programming and configuration simpler, although Amazon is also trying to totally lock you in of course with the Lambda functions on EC2 – but you have a choice and my choice was to use my own Cloudfoundry based backend and YaaS APIs to implement the business logic. Continue reading
Note: These events have been in beginning and at the end of March.
Behind the curtain of the Revenue Cloud Demo
Four weeks before the SAP Hybris Live Digital Summit we received the following ‘simple’ request:
- a drill connected to the internet
- in 4 weeks
- at the Digital Summit in New York
In my ‘previous’ life as Software Developer the answer would be easy: NO, too vague requirement, too short notice for a live demo in an unknown location. Continue reading
As you may have noticed our blog was down for a while. The reason is very simple. We moved office space and dropped it…
But now we put it in a very safe place.