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README.rst

pattoo

Introduction

pattoo stores timeseries data in a database and makes it available for users via a GraphQL API.

Data can be collected from a number of sources. The pattoo-agents repository provides a number standard data collection agents for:

  • Linux
  • SNMP
  • Modbus

Documentation

There are a number of sets of documents that cover the pattoo portfolio.

Pattoo

The data collection server that acts as the central repository of data provided by the pattoo agents.

Pattoo-Agents

pattoo agents collect data from a variety of sources and send them to the central pattoo server over HTTP. We provide a few standard agents, but you can create your own. (See Pattoo-Shared for details)

Pattoo-Shared

Both the pattoo agents and server use a shared python library which must be pre-installed using pip3 for them to work.

You can use the pattoo-shared documentation to learn the basics of creating your own custom pattoo-agents to feed data to the pattoo server

About Pattoo

pattoo is based on the original infoset code created by the Palisadoes Foundation as part of its annual Calico Challenge program. Calico provides paid summer internships for Jamaican university students to work on selected open source projects. They are mentored by software professionals and receive stipends based on the completion of predefined milestones. Calico was started in 2015.

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