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EdgeX: Device Services Working Group - Weekly Call (updated) - Shared screen with speaker view
Michael Hall (LF)
12:13
https://wiki.edgexfoundry.org/pages/resumedraft.action?draftId=27492626&draftShareId=db95aed1-c8f9-4325-a544-f4727e377e22&src=shareui&src.shareui.timestamp=1554131234379
tonyespy
17:13
https://github.com/edgexfoundry/device-bluetooth/blob/master/deviceprofile_samples/TI_CC2650_profile.yml
Steve & Iain
27:40
+2
tonyespy
27:41
+1
Toby Mosby (Intel)
27:56
DeviceResourcesDeviceCommandsCoreCommands
Toby Mosby (Intel)
28:10
+1
tonyespy
30:59
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1OdEEU2q82jJ3NIWdQF6QdYN6Qwfe-e6TAOIP7u_Fxwc/edit#heading=h.jyuvcu11vi9d
Trevor Conn
43:19
For device services, service keys are hard coded. Example:https://github.com/edgexfoundry/device-mqtt-go/blob/c396927824ca74965b37c9f118ae08711a9b3582/cmd/main.go#L17
tonyespy
45:07
When the registry is in-use, the original idea was that the [service] registry would provide the functionality to prevent multiple instances of a service from being started via it's registration mechanism. This is one of the reasons services should unregister themselves on graceful shutdown. That said, I'm not sure how we handle this if a service crashes.
Eric Cotter
46:10
Java frameworks have solved this a long time ago
Michael Hall (LF)
46:11
Can somebody help with the notes for this conversation?
Eric Cotter
50:12
We need 12 factor for all services before that
Jim White
01:05:04
Have to leave for my next call - thanks everyone. Good discussions.
Trevor Conn
01:05:32
Gotta drop. Thanks.