IoT Open Source Integration Comparison (Kura, Node-RED, Flogo, Apache Nifi, StreamSets)





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Published on Nov 3, 2016

IoT and Edge Integration with Open Source Frameworks:

Internet of Things (IoT) and edge integration is getting more important than ever before due to the massively growing number of connected devices year by year.

This session shows open source frameworks built to develop very lightweight microservices, which can be deployed on small devices or in serverless architectures with very low resources and wire together all different kinds of hardware devices, APIs and online services.

The focus of this session lies on showing open source projects such as Eclipse Kura, Node-RED or Flogo, which offer a framework plus zero-code environment with web IDE for building and deploying integration and data processing directly onto connected devices using IoT standards such as MQTT, WebSockets or CoaP, but also other interfaces such as Twitter feeds or REST services.

The end of the session discusses the relation to other components in a IoT architecture including cloud IoT platforms and big data respectively streaming analytics solutions (such as Apache Storm, Flink, Spark Streaming, Samza, StreamBase, Apama).


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