DataArt partners with clients to create innovative solutions that help businesses find lasting success. Canonical is the company behind Ubuntu, the most popular OS for scale-out applications and the most popular Linux-based VM on public clouds. The Microsoft partners collaborated to deliver a solution that could be applied to many IoT scenarios. In this case, using a combination of DataArt's DeviceHive IoT platform, Canonical's Snappy Ubuntu Core and the Juju service modeling tool, the companies demonstrate industrial-grade solutions that can be deployed on Azure as a Big Data analytics platform.
"The Event-in-a-Box was fantastic. The exposure from the Azure tweet led to almost 50 retweets and attracted customers to the Open Source IoT Summit, which will help grow our total user base down the line," said Artyom Astafurov, Managing Partner at DataArt. For more about the benefits DataArt and Canonical realized by working with Microsoft, download the success story.