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Feedback Page You have following possibilities in order to get support or give feedback: Join the chat at https://gitter.im/eclipse/ditto for questions As your question on StackOverflow send a message to the mailing-list create a GitHub issue Community call Starting 25/11/2019 the Ditto team does a...
Glossary Page Common terms IoT Internet of Things IIoT Industrial Internet of Things - also known as ‘Industry 4.0’ CQRS Command-Query Responsibility Segregation. A pattern Ditto applies in order to handle commands (ModifyCommands in Ditto) and queries (QueryCommands in Ditto) differently, e.g. by reading queries from memory and persisting commands...
Building Ditto Page Building with Apache Maven In order to build Ditto with Maven, you’ll need: JDK 8 >= 1.8.0_92 (due to a bug in older versions of the JDK you’ll get a compile error), Apache Maven 3.x installed, a running Docker daemon (at least version 18.06 CE). <div class="language-bash...
Running Ditto Page Start Ditto In order to start Ditto, you’ll need: a running Docker daemon (at least version 18.06 CE), Docker Compose installed (at least version 1.22), the built Docker images of Ditto either by building them as described in Building Ditto, or by using the pre-built <a...
Digital twins Page TL;DRDigital twins are a pattern for simplifying IoT solution development. The problem with the term digital twin is that there are many different understandings of what it means. Furthermore the term was previously mostly used and coined by marketing. The term was/is missing a technical foundation of...
Hello world Page After starting Ditto, we have a HTTP and WebSocket API for your digital twins at our hands. Example Assume we want to create a digital twin for a car. The twin should hold static metadata and dynamic state data. The state data should change as often as...
Ditto documentation overview Page What is it? Eclipse Ditto is a technology in the IoT implementing a software pattern called “digital twins”. A digital twin is a virtual, cloud based, representation of his real world counterpart (real world “Things”, e.g. devices like sensors, smart heating, connected...