Deploying and scaling a sophisticated IoT solution can be complex, time consuming, and — if not managed properly — costly. For the last two decades, IoT adopters have successfully launched solutions and seen significant benefits, but the path from conception to deployment has not always been easy.
Fortunately, as we enter the next 10 years of IoT acceleration, many tools and services have become available that make IoT adoption much simpler to implement.
Network management platforms are crucial for IoT solutions. In many IoT use cases, thousands of devices are deployed across a large geographical area, such as in utilities, industrial, or agricultural solutions. Others are in motion, such as fleet and supply chain logistics IoT use cases. Either way, it’s difficult to comprehensively monitor real-time network communications at the device level.
While many devices are not highly complex in these use cases, usage monitoring, troubleshooting, security patches, and system updates are often required for an optimized and secured infrastructure. Being able to monitor each device within an IoT solution to make sure it is communicating as expected helps an ecosystem run optimally.
A comprehensive network management platform will be able to provide a host of functionality to help streamline solutions. Many platforms allow for the following:
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