Event Processing: IoT Platform Comparison from MachNation MIT-E

MachNation IoT Test Environment (MIT-E) is an IoT platform test and comparison lab run by MachNation. In MIT-E, MachNation tests, scores and summarizes the quality of platform features and usability characteristics. MachNation conducts 71 tests (referred to as tasks in MachNation nomenclature) across 9 evaluation categories.

Currently tested evaluation categories include access control, analytics, comprehensive evaluation, data management, device management, event processing, external integration, monitoring and usability.

This document focuses on event processing.

MachNation ran 6 tests associated with IoT platform event processing. The 6 tests covered aspects of platform (cloud) and edge rules processing.

MachNation defines event processing as the ability of an IoT platform to execute actions or provide notifications based on administrator or operator configured rules or triggers.

This report contains hands-on event processing test results from 11 IoT platform vendors: Altizon, Amazon, Bosch, GE, Google, IBM, Litmus Automation, Microsoft, Sierra Wireless, Software AG and Thingsboard.

Full report (Client-only access): Event Processing: IoT Platform Comparison from MachNation MIT-E

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