Integrations allow you to process and act on data by triggering events. Events can be pretty much anything, and can easily be set up using Webhooks or MQTT.
Integrations are managed within applications. Applications can be added to The Things Enterprise Stack by following instructions for Adding Applications.
Here you can find detailed guides for creating integrations with popular IoT platforms.
Application packages specify state machines running both on the end-device and the Application Server as well as signaling messages exchanged between the end-device’s application layer and the Application Server.
The Things Enterprise Stack integrates directly with AWS IoT via a default integration that you deploy in your AWS account via CloudFormation.
You can also configure The Things Enterprise Stack to connect to your AWS IoT Core endpoint via AWS access keys and role-based access control using custom configuration.
The streaming data integrations provide multiple formats for the delivery of application uplink messages and downlink queue operations. This section will delve into the common formats used by them.
The MQTT server that is exposed by The Things Enterprise Stack can be connected to Node-RED. This integration allows setting up a Node-RED flow that listens to events and uplink messages, and it is also possible to schedule downlink messages.
Payload formatters allow you to process data going to and from end devices. This is useful for converting binary payloads to human readable fields, or for doing any other kind of data conversion on uplinks and downlinks.
This section explains how to set up Application and device specific payload formatters.