SiteWhere Community Edition
SiteWhere provides an open source framework for developing and deploying Internet of Things applications at a fraction of the cost of building them from scratch
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The Community Edition provides an open source framework and APIs for custom development.
SiteWhere's Community Edition provides device management, big data storage, communication support, integration and analytics.
Integrates with leading IoT mobile hardware platforms including Ardunio, Raspberry Pi, Android, iOS and more.
Delivers a complete device management solution
Avoid per-device charges of SaaS vendors
Connect devices with MQTT, AMQP, CoAP, Stomp, Sockets, WebSockets
Add devices through self-registration, REST services, or in batches
Use advanced command framework to interact with devices
Control large numbers of devices using batch command operations
Integrates with Big Storage
Provides massively scalable device event management solution
Offers highly tuned MongoDB, Apache HBase, and InfluxDB implementations
Runs on a laptop or scales linearly in a clustered environment
Supplies Building Blocks for Advanced Integration
Embeds WSO2 Siddhi for Complex Event Processing (CEP)
Integrates with Azure EventHub for massive cloud processing
Communicates with Apache Solr for search and analytics
Connects to Twilio for cloud communication features
Provides libraries for platforms such as Arduino, Raspberry Pi, iOS, Android and Java
Integration with Mule AnyPoint provides 100+ additional integrations
Supports event forwarding to Azure EventHub for machine learning and streaming analytics solutions
Connects with openHAB for home automation projects
Offers Asset Management Features
Associate devices to people in your identity management platform
Associate devices to assets in your asset management platform
Associate devices to locations for geospatial applications
Keep assignment history of each device and associated events over time
Provides more options for deployment
Deploy to your own private cloud or on premise
Deploy to public clouds such as Microsoft Azure or Amazon EC2
Deploy to any provider that supports Docker or Ubantu Juju
Leverages Advance Multitenancy
Run any number of IoT applications on a single SiteWhere instance
Offers separate customizable processing engine per tenant
Offers separate data storage per tenant without any intermingling of data
Start, stop and reconfigure tenants without affecting other tenants
Why Open Source?
Open-source IoT application enablement providers can easily support multiple IoT solutions and use cases. Read more here.