SiteWhere T

SiteWhere T

Start, stop, and reconfigure tenants without affecting others

Associate devices to assets in your asset management platform

Keep assignment history of each device and associated events

The Open Platform for the Internet of Things

Connect devices with MQTT, AMQP, Stomp, and other protocols

Runs on a laptop or scales linearly in a clustered environment

Deploy to public clouds such as Microsoft Azure or Amazon EC2

Provides massively scalable device event management solution

Integrates withAzure EventHubfor massive cloud processing

Offers separate customizable processing engine per tenant

Focus on solving business problems, not reinventing the wheel

Download source code for Community Edition fromGitHub

Add devices through self registration,REST services, or in batches

Deploy to any provider that supportsDocker

Connects toTwiliofor cloud communication features

Delivers a Complete Device Management Solution

Provides time series database for device events

Deploy to any provider that supportsUbuntu Juju

Run any number of IoT applications on a single SiteWhere instance

Communicates withApache Solrfor search and analytics

Associate devices to locations for geospatial features

Offers separate data storage per tenant with no intermingling

Leverage framework and APIs for custom development

Control large numbers of devices using batch command operations

Supplies Building Blocks for Advanced Integration

Gives You More Options for Deployment

Tested with many vendors includingHortonworksandCloudera

No need to trust your data to someone elses cloud

Offers highly tuned MongoDB and HBase implementations

Solves the Big Data Problem for You

Deploy to your own private cloud or on premise

Associate devices to people in your identity management platform

Use advanced command framework to interact with devices

Provides libraries for platforms such as Android and Arduino

EmbedsSiddhifor Complex Event Processing (CEP)

Avoid per-device charges of SaaS vendors

Speed time to market for your IoT application

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