Vasilis Glykantzis edited this page Sep 10, 2018 · 9 revisions

As a result of the following steps, you will setup and run symbIoTe Cloud components for your platform. You will also register your platform and resources in symbIoTe Core offered by symbIoTe project, which collects metadata for all symbIoTe-enabled platforms. This will allow other symbIoTe users to use the Core to search and access resources that have been shared by you.

In order to run symbIoTe Cloud components you need to have public IP address with DNS entry. For testing purposes and Hackathons we provide instructions that use ngrok tool/service but this is not for production.

Three are 3 ways to install cloud components:

  1. From sources
  2. Downloading and configuring jar files
  3. Downloading and configuring Docker containers

IMPORTANT NOTE: If you have already deployed a symbIoTe instance, please follow this guide to upgrade to the newest symbIoTe version and this guide if you want to move to a docker deployment.

Getting Started
Migration to 3.0.0
Migration to Docker

  1. Preparation steps
    1.1. Register user and configure platform in symbIoTe Core
    1.2. Installation of required tools for symbIoTe platform components
    1.3. Downloading jars
    1.4. Downloading sources
  2. Configuring and starting components
    2.1. Configuration of NGINX
    2.2. Starting third party tools that are prerequisite for symbIoTe
    2.3. Starting (generic) symbIoTe Cloud components
    2.4. Configuration of cloud components
    2.4.1. Starting symbIoTe Cloud components
    2.5. Setting up the Platform Authentication and Authorization Manager (PAAM)
    2.6. Starting Registration Handler and resource management
    2.7. Set up of Resource Access Proxy
    2.8. Manage resources
    2.9. Set up of the Monitoring component
    2.10. Other configuration topics
  3. Test integrated resource
    3.1. Security
    3.2. Search for resources
    3.3. Obtaining resource access URL
    3.4. Accessing the resource and actuating and invoking service for default (dummy) resources
  4. Creating RAP plugin
    4.1. Customizing internal RAP plugin
    4.2. Using RAP plugin starter
    4.3. Creating RAP plugin in other languages
  5. Resource Description Examples
    5.1. JSON Description Examples
    5.2. RDF Description Examples
  6. Preparation for L2 compliance
  7. Configuring and starting components for L2
    7.1. Starting Federation Manager
    7.2. Starting Subscription Manager
    7.3. Starting Platform Registry
    7.4. Starting Trust Manager
    7.5. Starting Bartering And Trading
    7.6. Starting SLA Manager
    7.7. Create a federation
    7.8. Manage resources in L2
    7.9. Register Subscription
  8. Test Integrated L2 Resources
  9. Developing symbIoTe enabled apps
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