Getting Started

Run Eclipse Kapua
Ensure you have the following dependencies satisfied
  • 64 bit architecture
  • Java VM Version 8
  • Docker Version 1.2+
  • Git
  • Internet Access (needed to download the artifacts)
Run the docker containers through Docker Compose
Linux/macOS
$ git clone https://github.com/eclipse/kapua.git kapua $ cd kapua/deployment/docker/unix $ ./docker-deploy
Windows PowerShell
PS C:\Projects> git clone https://github.com/eclipse/kapua.git kapua PS C:\Projects> cd kapua\deployment\docker\win PS C:\Projects\kapua\deployment\docker\win> ./docker-deploy.ps1
The following services are now available
Web Console
  • http://127.0.0.1:8080/
  • Username: kapua-sys
  • Password: kapua-password
Message Broker
  • tcp://127.0.0.1:1883/
  • Username: kapua-broker
  • Password: kapua-password
RESTful APIs
  • http://127.0.0.1:8081/doc
  • Username: kapua-sys
  • Password: kapua-password
For more information on the manual build process or for creating a development Vagrant machine or the Docker images please refer to the Eclipse Kapua Documentation
Connect an Eclipse Kura™ device
Connect a Kura-powered device like a RaspberryPi to Kapua
Connect other MQTT devices
Manage the device
Manage your IoT device
Install heater app
Analyze device data
Review your IoT device data