IoT Data Edge Consolidation GE - Cepheus

Chapter:
Internet of Things Services Enablement
Version:
1.0.0
Updated:
2017-06-15
Contact Person:
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Cepheus

criteria value label
The overall label is the average of all individual labels assessed by Sep 2016
Documentation completeness Excellent A+++
Documentation soundness Very Good A++
APIs Failure Rate 0 tests failed/executed A+++
Detected defects by Priority 0 average bugs priority A+++
Time to respond issues < 1 day A+++
Time to fix issues < 1 day A+++
Scalability 1,02 response time/thread number A+++
Performance 200 updates/sec A+++
Stability Memory leak avoidable by configuration B

Experimentation/testing within the scope of FIWARE

Projects being part of the FIWARE program can use the Cepheus products under the conditions established in the Collaboration Agreement that they should have signed as beneficiaries of the program.

FIWARE Lab

Development, testing and experimentation of applications using:

  • - experimental instances deployed on the FIWARE Lab facilities (see section “Experimental Instances” under the “Instances” tab linked to this entry)
  • - versions of the software downloaded from resources under the “downloads” tab linked to this entry

are subject to the terms and conditions established in the “FIWARE Lab Terms and Conditions”. Any other use is not permitted.

External availability

Software associated to the Data Handling GE (EspR4FastData implementation) is provided as open source under GPLv2. Please check the original license content at http://www.gnu.org/licenses/old-licenses/gpl-2.0.en.html. You can fetch the software sources from https://github.com/LaurentArtusio/EspR4FastData

Please note that software derived as a result of modifying the source code of the EspR4FastData product software in order to fix a bug or incorporate enhancements is considered a derivative work of the product. Software that merely uses or aggregates (i.e. links to) an otherwise unmodified version of existing software is not considered a derivative work.