Fri Feb 10 2012

Cumulocity 1.0 available

Cumulocity 1.0 is now publicly available. Compared to Cumulocity 0.9, the release resolves a number of bugs and improves stability. It also includes initial support for application management. The full developer documentation is available at cumulocity.com/guides.

System requirements

The system requirements for using the software development kit are described in Installing the SDK. The Cumulocity web user interfaces should work with most modern web browsers. The user interfaces are tested with Firefox 3.6, Chrome 16.0 and Internet Explorer 9 and 10.

Upgrading from C0.9

Cumulocity now requires an application key in the interfaces. The application key is used to track if a tenant is subscribed to an application that they use. See the REST implementation guide for more information.

Developers using the C0.9 client libraries need to update the libraries. For more information, see the section "Updating the client libraries" in Installing the SDK.

New features since C0.9

  • Get a list of specified managed objects in predefined order.
  • Tenant management user interface for operators.
  • Application management using application keys as identifier for applications.
  • Authentication is extended to verify that tenant user is entitled to use application which is making request to the platform.

Fixes

  • Add default security proxy to always secure REST resources.
  • Fixed authorization.
Mon Dec 12 2011

Cumulocity 1.0 Beta available

The machine-to-machine team at Nokia Siemens Networks is proud to announce the release of Cumulocity 1.0 Beta, available now online through cumulocity.com.

Cumulocity 1.0 Beta contains a comprehensive set of features for managing and controlling smart objects, collecting and validating data and providing it to enterprise back-office applications. It promotes innovation by providing a global machine-to-machine developer community and sandbox environment for developers to test machine-to-machine applications.

In particular, Cumulocity 1.0 Beta provides:

  • REST APIs to manage inventory, measurements, events and control commands of smart objects.
  • Developer community services including learning materials, IDE setup instructions and an end-to-end example.
  • Access to Cumulocity Sandbox to test applications.
  • The Sensor Library, to ensure that different smart objects can interwork with different applications.

For marketing and support, please contact: support@cumulocity.com

Mon Dec 05 2011

M2M coverage in Unite magazine

The latest issue of Unite magazine has two articles about machine-to-machine: An interview with Ovum's Evan Kirchheimer and an overview of our telematics cooperation with Yutong Bus, China.

Mon Sep 05 2011

We're already making a difference ...

Here are a few examples of what Nokia Siemens Networks already today does in the machine-to-machine area: