Kiotlog is a platform for IoT developers to create Internet of Things applications based on LPWAN protocols.
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Kiotlog Platform Microservices

Running Kiotlog plaform

Clone repo

Clone this repository and move in

$ git clone --recurse-submodule
$ cd kiotlog

Build microservices

Use provided docker-compose.yml to build Kiotlog microservices Docker images:

$ docker-compose build

Prepare Kiotlog services deployment

In order to run the Kiotlog platform, you need at least pre-configured instances for PostgreSQL (both for devices/sensors catalog and data points timeseries) and EMQ (for MQTT and MQTT-SN). The Dockerfiles repository contains base configurations and Dockerfiles for building and deploying PostgreSQL with preloaded Kiotlog DB schema, EMQ with pre-configured MQTT-SN plugin, and other services (Grafana, Node-Red, InfluxDB).


  1. Build Kiotlog microservices as per previous paragraphs.

  2. Change to upper directory and pull Kiotlog Dockerfiles.

    $ cd ..
    $ git clone
    $ cd dockerfiles
  3. Follow istructions at Dockerfiles/ to create the Kiotlog deploying environment.

  4. Run Kiotlog platform

    $ docker-compose -f docker-compose.local.yml up -d
    $ docker-compose logs -f
  5. Platform will start receiving data from Kiotlog test devices via The Things Network.

  6. Connect to Local Grafana and create your dashboard or import the demo dashboard provided at Dockerfiles/grafana/Kiotlog Demo.json.

Configuring Kiotlog for SigFox (HTTP) and LoRaWAN (MQTT)

Please, go to Wiki.