Preface

Using Oracle Internet of Things Cloud Service describes how to use Oracle Internet of Things (IoT) Cloud Service to connect your devices to the cloud, analyze the data your devices send, and integrate that data with your enterprise applications and other services.

Audience

Using Oracle Internet of Things Cloud Service is intended for anyone who plans to use Oracle Internet of Things Cloud Service. This audience includes the following:

  • Administrators who are responsible for the overall Oracle IoT Cloud Service instance configuration.

  • Operators who are responsible for the day-to-day operations in an Oracle IoT Cloud Service instance, such as management of devices lifecycle and monitoring of messages.

  • Software developers who create device client software using APIs for the Oracle IoT Cloud Service Client Software Libraries and the Oracle IoT Cloud Service Gateway.

  • Customers developing device drivers for their native devices that will be integrated with the Oracle IoT Cloud Service.

  • Enterprise application developers who create software applications that utilize the Oracle IoT Cloud Service Client Software Enterprise Libraries and REST APIs to communicate with their devices using the Oracle IoT Cloud Service.

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