If you are curious to know about EdgeX Foundry, how it works and how to use it in your edge solutions, here’s some interesting news for you! The Linux Foundation has announced a new training course, LFD213 – Getting Started with EdgeX Foundry.
LFD213, was developed in conjunction with LF Edge, an umbrella organization under The Linux Foundation. The course is designed for IoT and/or edge software engineers, system administrators, and operation technology technicians that want to assemble an edge solution.
The course covers how EdgeX Foundry is architected, how to download and run it, and how to configure and extend the EdgeX framework when needed.
The four chapters of the course, which take approximately 15 hours to complete, provide a basic overview, a discussion of device services, which connect physical sensors and devices to the rest of platform, application services, how to send data from EdgeX to enterprise applications, cloud systems, external databases, or even analytics packages, and more.
Hands-on labs enable students to get and run EdgeX and play with some of its important APIs, as well as create a simple service (either device or application service) and integrate it into the rest of EdgeX.
The course is available to begin immediately. The $299 course fee provides unlimited access to the course for one year including all content and labs.
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