Containers in IoT
Whilst many understand areas of virtualization and containers; it's possible the technology behind them isn't always considered.
Perhaps it’s felt it’s not essential to understand it to use it, or it’s felt that a more efficient use of time is to find ways to use the technology, to benefit organisations, without needing to understand the technology in detail.
However, as engineers; careers and businesses could benefit from a more in depth grasp of such technologies.
Throughout this session, Mike McKean, alongside PowerPoint presentations and through encouraging participants to engage and ask questions, will deliver a live demonstration showing how to create a Docker container; using an INTEL NUC.
Furthermore, throughout the demo, Mike will decipher the technologies behind virtualization; both hardware and software types.
It is with hope that attendees will leave the session with a more in depth comprehension of how virtualization is coded; in an attempt to refresh the knowledge of even the most senior of managers and ultimately, to ensure participants feel more confident in writing virtualization codes for many differing types of hardware.
In order to achieve this, considerations will be highlighted, as well as identifying the advantages to having an insight into what lies behind not only understanding containers and their uses, but virtualization and related technologies.
10 Aug 2022
1:00pm - 2:00pm
Internet of Things TPN
Director - MSM Systems Ltd
Mike is Chair of the IoT Technical Network at the IET. He is also an invited volunteer, to advise the Defence, Science & Technology Laboratory (Dstl) an executive agency of the UK Ministry of Defence.
Mike began his technical career in the Royal Corps of Signals. He then moved into a technical sales role, and managed large global accounts, for various technology firms.
In March 2022, Mike started his own company called MSM Systems Ltd. Mike’s company designs and builds innovative technologies for the UK Defence Forces.
Life-long education and personal improvement is one of Mike’s driving forces. He is a firm believer in using the IET, so that engineers at all levels can improve their technology, communications and managerial skills.
Free of charge