Temboo + GitHub + Slack

Collaborate to Build the Internet of Things: Slack and Github

Big shifts often start with seemingly small changes. While Gartner, Cisco, and others predict billions of connected IoT devices coming online by 2020 and creating multi-billion dollar opportunities, there are already many ways large and small to implement the Internet of Things today—real opportunities to improve business bottom lines by better managing resources and reducing waste.

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We’ve covered a few of these in our Deconstructing IoT video series: the $800 million in property damage caused by gas leak explosions from 2002 to 2012 that a pipe monitoring system could minimize; the 300 gallons of water used per day by the average American household that could be reduced with better consumption data; and the improvements in safety and efficiency that IoT and Machine-to-Machine messaging can bring to manufacturing, among others. And we’re seeing our own customers put IoT solutions to work for a broad range of industries including aviation, energy, life sciences, and smart cities. (And we’ll be featuring more of these customer stories in depth here soon.)

Businesses don’t need to wait for billions more connected devices to arrive, for standards battles among major players to resolve themselves, or for the perfect out of the box solution. Temboo ensures that the hardware, software,  and cloud services you need for IoT applications work together, and the production-ready code Temboo auto-generates for you streamlines connecting all these technologies into powerful solutions.

And now Temboo helps developers connect and coordinate better with their teams and colleagues thanks to our newly released integrations with Slack and Github. Whenever you generate Temboo code, you now have the option to export it directly to your Github repos seamlessly. Whenever you want reports on how your Temboo applications are running, you can get real-time alerts right to your team’s Slack channel. Collaborating to build the Internet of Things just got easier.