Examples

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Demo 1: OpenTOSCA for IoT - Automating the Deployment of IoT Applications based on the Mosquitto Message Broker

The underlying scenario for this demo is as follows: two devices (Respberry Pis) can communicate via MQTT. For this a Mosquitto Message Broker is used. At one device a temperature sensor and at the other device a ventilator (actuator) are connected. Depending on the measured temperature the ventilator should be switched on/off.
The corresponding TOSCA topology consists of three stacks: one for the first device, one for the second device, and one for the Message Broker.

For the provisoning of an IoT scenario with the usage of OpenStack, Eclipse Mosquitto and Raspberry Pi follow the steps:

Notice: All CSARs provided on this page are research prototypes and licensed under Apache 2.0. However, the CSARs may contain third party software which might be subject to a different license. Thus, the Apache 2.0 license only holds for non-third party software.


Demo 2: OpenTOSCA for the 4th Industrial Revolution - Automating the Provisioning of Analytics Tools

In this scenario two Python-based apps for an analytics tool should be deployed. The analytics tool based on an Apache Flink. The corresponding TOSCA topology consists of one stack hosting these two apps.

For the provisoning of an analytics stack scenario with the usage of vSphere and Apache Flink follow the steps:

Notice: All CSARs provided on this page are research prototypes and licensed under Apache 2.0. However, the CSARs may contain third party software which might be subject to a different license. Thus, the Apache 2.0 license only holds for non-third party software.