Ok, I have BIRT up and running but there is only example report that’s nice but not so useful.
I haven’t found a simple way how to deploy a rptdesign report definition to the already installed Bluemix/BIRT site. Just the way described below. If you know how to do it easily, please let me know.
Pokračování textu Deploying a report to BIRT on Bluemix
Short summary: It cannot be easier to make the visualisation and reporting tool called BIRT working on Bluemix… More precisely to run engine and viewer on Bluemix. You will still need BIRT designer have installed on your PC.
Pokračování textu Installing BIRT on Bluemix
Today we will add a simple user interface to our Bluemix/Node-RED/MongoDB application. We could do it in a form of a Ruby in Rails app or use another platform. But let’s assume that we want to have something up and running really fast – just for PoC purposes and as a rough prototype. That’s why I am going to use RapidApps for this purpose. Pokračování textu Home automation as a weekend project using IBM’s Clouds – part 3
Today we will connect the MQTT bus that is core part of IoT Cloud to the MongoDB using Node-RED flow.
The goal is to have the values – that are sent by our simulated device – stored in our database to be able to display them to an user.
We need to add MongoDB to our Bluemix application. Pokračování textu Home automation as a weekend project using IBM’s Clouds – part 2
I decided to make myself familiar with the IBM’s cloud services by creating a home automation system based on these services:
- Internet of Things Cloud to interconnect sensors (temperature and motion detector) and actuators (light switches) with the application running in cloud.
- Bluemix to process the events and act in an appropriate way
- I plan to use Node-RED to feed a database with the events
- and Business rules service to implement logic.
Before implementing such a system I started by testing components that I plan to use.
Pokračování textu Home automation as a weekend project using IBM’s clouds – part 1