Kafka for Condition Monitoring and Predictive Maintenance in Industrial IoT

The manufacturing industry is moving away from just selling machinery, devices, and other hardware. Software and services increase revenue and margins. A former cost center becomes a profit center for innovation. Equipment-as-a-Service (EaaS) even outsources the maintenance to the vendor. This paradigm shift is only possible with reliable and scalable real-time data processing leveraging an event streaming platform such as Apache Kafka. This post explores how the next generation of software for Condition Monitoring and

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Technology Evangelist — www.kai-waehner.de → Big Data Analytics, Data Streaming, Apache Kafka, Middleware, Microservices => linkedin.com/in/kaiwaehner

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Kai Waehner

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Technology Evangelist — www.kai-waehner.de → Big Data Analytics, Data Streaming, Apache Kafka, Middleware, Microservices => linkedin.com/in/kaiwaehner

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