InfinyOn IoT edge is a ~14 Mb binary that runs on ARMv7 chips on less than 256 MB memory. We are working with teams building the future of monitoring dynamic assets to push the boundaries of edge data stream processing.
If connected, InfinyOn IoT edge sends telemetry and events to the InfinyOn Cloud in real-time using mirroring.
If disconnected, the InfinyOn IoT edge stream processor caches events locally. When the connection resumes, the InfinyOn IoT edge stream processor brings InfinyOn Cloud up to date and continues mirroring until the subsequent connection loss.
The benefits of the InfinyOn solution are as follows:
Reliable edge-to-cloud synchronization:
Real-time publishing when connected.
Automatic synchronization after reconnect.
Edge devices can be offline for extended periods (days).
Edge collection without downtime when disconnected.
Reliable local caching for gigabytes of data.
Simplified logic for edge clients.
Edge cluster provides a reliable connection to the local clients.
Intelligent processing at the edge with InfnyOn Smartmodules
Hierarchical processing, where you decide where to apply the transformations.
Built-in cloud connectors to push events to databases and other core products.
In this toutorial we’ll use VM emulator to create and edge endpoint and mirror traffic to InfinyOn Cloud.
Let’s get started.
Setup InfinyOn Cloud
Mirroring is an experimental feature using a development cluster. Please get in touch with us on Discord to request access for your organization. Upon approval, please continue as follows: