What You Need to Know
- Breakouts in the MQTT predictive analytics are OpenStack, Amazon Web Services, Facebook Messenger. Seriously consider these technologies to gain a strategic advantage.
- The technologies who are at the peak of their interest are Machine to machine, Amazon Web Services, OpenStack.
- By far most employment needs are found in the Amazon Web Services, OpenStack, IPsec technologies.
- These 3 fields have the most active practitioners who have the specific skill set or experience: Amazon Web Services, IPsec, IPv6.
- IPv6, Telnet, OpenStack lead in searches for information online.
- These three technologies are receiving the highest investments to gain clients: Session Initiation Protocol, Transport layer, OpenStack.
- These three technologies have the most active advertisers: Machine to machine, OpenStack, Simple Network Management Protocol.
- In patents, these three technologies have the most coverage Internet Protocol, Transmission Control Protocol, Transport layer.
- The most publications are available for Internet Protocol, Simple Mail Transfer Protocol, Hypertext Transfer Protocol.
- Instruction and courseware availability is highest in these technologies: Facebook Messenger, IPv6, Amazon Web Services.
The MQTT report evaluates technologies and applications in terms of their business impact, adoption rate and maturity level to help users decide where and when to invest.
MQTT is an ISO standard publish-subscribe-based “lightweight” messaging protocol for use on top of the TCP/IP protocol. It is designed for connections with remote locations where a “small code footprint” is required or the network bandwidth is limited. The publish-subscribe messaging pattern requires a message broker. The broker is responsible for distributing messages to interested clients based on the topic of a message. Andy Stanford-Clark and Arlen Nipper of Cirrus Link Solutions authored the first version of the protocol in 1999.
The Predictive Analytics Scores below – ordered on Forecasted Future Needs and Demand from High to Low – shows you MQTT’s Predictive Analysis. The link takes you to a corresponding product in The Art of Service’s store to get started.
The Art of Service’s predictive model results enable businesses to discover and apply the most profitable technologies and applications, attracting the most profitable customers, and therefore helping maximize value from their investments. The Predictive Analytics algorithm evaluates and scores technologies and applications.
The platform monitors over ten thousand technologies and applications for months, looking for interest swings in a topic, concept, technology or application, not just a count of mentions. It then makes forecasts about the velocity of the interest over time, with peaks representing it breaking into the mainstream. Data sources include trend data, employment data, employee skills data, and signals like advertising spent, advertisers, search-counts, Instruction and courseware available activity, patents, and books published.
Predictive Analytics Scores:
000433 – OpenStack
000358 – Amazon Web Services
000198 – Facebook Messenger
000128 – IPv4
000124 – Machine to machine
000062 – Internet layer
000060 – Transport layer
000057 – Application layer
000043 – IPv6
000037 – Message broker
000033 – ICMPv6
000026 – Tunneling protocol
000025 – XMPP
000023 – Link layer
000020 – ZigBee
000020 – Internet Protocol
000001 – Internet protocol suite
000000 – Transport Layer Security
000000 – Transmission Control Protocol
000000 – Telnet
000000 – Simple Network Management Protocol
000000 – Simple Mail Transfer Protocol
000000 – Session Initiation Protocol
000000 – Routing Information Protocol
000000 – Real Time Streaming Protocol
000000 – Post Office Protocol
000000 – Open Shortest Path First
000000 – Neighbor Discovery Protocol
000000 – Message queuing
000000 – Media access control
000000 – IPsec
000000 – Hypertext Transfer Protocol
000000 – File Transfer Protocol
000000 – Fiber Distributed Data Interface
000000 – Explicit Congestion Notification
000000 – EVRYTHNG
000000 – Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol
000000 – Digital subscriber line
000000 – Border Gateway Protocol
000000 – Advanced Message Queuing Protocol