a. What are the basic things needed to get a demo setup going.
b. Is the iOX image customizable to any kind of sensor or expects to use pre-packaged devices/sensors.
c, Any pointers to noobs highly appreciated.
a. the following link is a good starting point for iox with Arduino Data-in-Motion , go through the videos and ask any questions you might have, will be happy to assist. all you really need a iox compatible device (CGR819 for instance) and Arduino/RPI
b. DMO is device agnostic, you could talk to any sensor package as long as the sensor has sometype of web service (API call) that can respond to the DMO with data (json/xml)
c. here is a good starting point/reference doc for Dmo:
- When you say any supported IOX device, It becomes hard time finding a list of supported devices .The "find a local re-seller" page wasn't much help. Any ideas where to find a list of supported devices
For the supported platform of IOx, please refer to the post and replies of "Cisco IOx supported platforms!!".
- Got a C819 and want to set it up. How to find details about obtaining the latest DMo ova and the licence.
A good starting point for DMo is on our DevNet page, found here Cisco Data in Motion
on our DevNet Site, you will find the OVA for DMo under our Download Section
the way i see it is you have 2 options:
1. since you have C819 , you could download the latest IOX image from CCO which includes DMo availble here: Cisco Systems
2. run DMo OVA on virtual box on your local machine and do your POC that way.
as far as licensing your session, you normally would need to purchase a DMo license.