Developers favoring AWS Microsoft Azure for cloud IoT platforms

Eclipses cloud platform question revolved around whether enterprises are using or plan to use a particular cloud platform. Perhaps the most notable item in the following slide is how GE Predix has fallen out of the mix. In 2017, GE Predix was used in 5.17 percent of deployments for IoT. Today, GE Predix is at 2.1 percent.

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Time series data is the most collected data type followed by device information and log data.

Not surprisingly, the Eclipse survey had an open source bent to it. The survey, which had 502 people participate, did reveal what IoT developers were hoping to do, what data was being collected and what the most popular tools of the moment were.

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Mike Milinkovich, executive director of theEclipse Foundation, said theres clearly cloud growth for IoT and public cloud is the predominant scenario and you can see the growth in AWS and Azure.

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Another trend worth noting in that chart is that private cloud and on-premises IoT deployments are losing favor to public cloud platforms. Benjamin Cab, program manager and evangelist at Eclipse IoT, said there are some nuances in the on-prem and public cloud breakdown. For instance, Kubernetes surge in the developer community could have been on-prem or in the cloud. Meanwhile, OpenStack has fared well and could be deployed in cloud or on-prem.

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The Eclipse Foundationsfourth annual IoT developer surveyfound that 51.8 percent of developers cited AWS as theirIoTcloud platform followed by 31.2 percent for Microsoft Azure. Google Cloud Platform was 18.79 percent, down a bit from 2017. Developers often use more than one IoT cloud platform so the responses dont add up to 100 percent. Kubernetes came from nowhere in 2017 to top 12 percent in 2018.

IoT platforms are being built the most followed by home automation systems and industrial automation. Smart cities, energy management and agriculture rounded out the top 6.

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Raspbian, Ubuntu and Debian were the top IoT operating systems and Linux distros. Linux was used by 71.8 percent of respondents in IoT devices.

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Java is the programming language of choice in IoT. Milinkovich noted that IoT programming languages shouldnt be fancy so that means traditional methods in many cases. Theres no compelling rationale for a new programming language for IoT, he said. When dealing with gateways and clouds youre looking into the skillsets of what developers have today. Inserting something new isnt going to help.

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