I just posted the latest Fledge IIoT Development image to Dockerhub. This is a great way to get your feet wet with FLEDGE.
You will also find the FLEDGE GUI useful for managing your FLEDGE instance
FLEDGE is the premier Industrial IoT platform with south plugins to collect data from most industrial control systems and equipment and north plugins to send data to many IT systems.
FLEDGE IIoT Platform Development Image
This is a Fledge development image based on Ubuntu 18.04 and contains most of the North, South, and Filter Plugins that you will need to get started. It also contains the Notification Service and Notification Plugins.
You can find documentation on the project at https://readthedocs.org/projects/fledge-iot/
If you are just getting started with Docker and Fledge, here are a few commands that will help you to get started.
You should create a named volume to store your configuration and collected data so that you don't lose your configuration between starts.
sudo docker create -v /usr/local/foglamp/data --name foglamp-data robraesemann/fledge:latest /bin/true
This command will start fledge in unattended mode.
docker run --volumes-from foglamp-data --name fledge --restart=unless-stopped -d -p 8081:8081 robraesemann/fledge:latest
You can now run
docker ps to see if the container is running. You can also ping the fledge web API. You should receive a json response giving you fledge details.
If fledge is running, you can access the command line inside the container for exploring using
docker exec -it fledge /bin/bash
You can see the syslog from the docker container with this command
docker logs fledge -f
If you are interested in a proof of concept with FLEDGE or need an experienced consultant. Please consider hiring me. https://raesemann.com/contact
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