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Distributed Services Architecture (DSA)

Distributed Services Architecture (DSA), is an Open Source IoT platform that facilitates device inter-communication, logic and applications at every layer of the Internet of Things infrastructure. The objective is to unify the disparate devices, services and applications into a structured and adaptable real-time data model.

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  • United States
    1997
    Private
    < $10m
    < 10
    Open website
  • IOT SOLUTIONS
  • DSA allows for purpose-built products and services (i.e. DSLinks) to interact with one another in a decentralized manner. This architecture enables a network architect to distribute functionality between discrete computing resources. A network topology consisting of multiple DSLinks running on edge devices connected to a tiered hierarchy of brokers allows the system as a whole to be scalable, resilient to failure and take advantage of all computing resources available to it from the edge, the datacenter, the cloud and everything in between.
  • KEY CUSTOMERS
  • DSA is an open source initiative, driven to build a community of manufacturers, makers and solution providers that will contribute to an ever-expanding library of DistributedService Links which allow protocol translation and data integration to and from 3rd party data-sources.
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  • Distributed Services Architecture (DSA): Distributed Services Architecture (DSA)
    Distributed Services Architecture (DSA), is an open source IoT platform that facilitates device inter-communication, logic and applications at every layer of the Internet of Things infrastructure. The objective is to unify the disparate devices, services and applications into a structured and adaptable real-time data model.Distributed Services Architecture (DSA) allows for purpose-built products and services (i.e. DSLinks) to interact with one another in a decentralized manner. This architecture enables a network architect to distribute functionality between discrete computing resources. A network topology consisting of multiple DSLinks running on edge devices connected to a tiered hierarchy of brokers allows the system as a whole to be scalable, resilient to failure and take advantage of all computing resources available to it from the edge, the datacenter, the cloud and everything in between.
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