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Re: [iot-wg] Eclipse IoT integration map

I find it hard to structure this map, in the "three stacks", as this is more an "integration" map and less an "architecture" map. I do see the point that this map misses this three tier architecture approach.

However, Paho for example is being used by Kura and Kapua. So it would be part of Gateway and Cloud. But Paho by itself doesn't do much. And for "Device" I think we wouldn't have any real candidate right now anyway.

What I could image though is to introduce something like "labels", which we could use in the description box to flag a projects as "gateway" or "cloud", â or anything else which comes to our minds.

Would that help?

On Thu, Oct 4, 2018 at 1:13 PM Hudalla Kai (INST/ECS4) <kai.hudalla@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
On Thu, 2018-09-27 at 14:12 +0200, Jens Reimann wrote:
> Hi everyone,
>
> as promised in this week's IoT WG call, here is the updated design proposal for
> the Eclipse IoT integration map. The major change here is the addition of
> Eclipse Ditto.
>
> The plan is to create an interactive web page out of this design proposal,
> showing how Eclipse IoT projects integrate witch each other. Showing "building
> block" projects (like Paho, Milo, â) as well as "application" projects (Like
> Kura, Hono, â).
>

This looks nice, Jens :-) Do you think it is possible to structure the map along
the lines of the "three stacks" that the IoT Whitepaper has introduced, i.e.
"Device", "Gateway", "Cloud"? Without this, it is hard to see in which context
the applications/building blocks would be useful in. WDYT?

> My goal is to transform this PDF into an interactive web page, using SVG as a
> basis. So that we can still print this or put it on a presentation. I will
> create and share a Git repository once I have start. So that Eclipse can take
> over, host this, and we can extend this over time. People could then create a
> PR if they want to get added to that map.
>
> My proposal would be that the requirements for getting listed on this map are:
> 1) It is an Eclipse IoT project
> 2) It connects to at least one other Eclipse IoT project
> 3) There is at least one web page that can be linked to which describes _how_
> to connect
>
> As an example:
>
> Ditto - Hono: Both projects are Eclipse IoT projects. The following documents
> the connectivity between each other
>Â Â* https://www.eclipse.org/ditto/2018-05-02-connecting-ditto-hono.html
>Â Â* https://github.com/eclipse/ditto-examples/tree/master/octopus-via-hono
>
> I will really try to get this done before EclipseCon Europe. And I will send an
> update once I have the initial version going.
>
> Cheers
>
> Jens
>
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