Internet of things
Stork is definitely a performant, reliable, scalable message broker. Connect, monitor and control an almost unlimited amount of Internet of products assets running over a broad pair of os's to jumpstart internet of Things project. You should use Stork to transmit any volume of data, at any degree of throughput, without losing messages or requiring other services to get always available.
Stork may be built to handle around 2million devices and extreme (up to 20k msg/sec) message throughput (per broker). Our engineers work passionately to enhance the best-in-class performance of Stork by further extending the extraordinary stability & speed in mission-critical MQTT deployments. Built over a shared- nothing architecture, you'll be able to deploy an unlimited amount of Stork brokers to accomplish unrivalled performance.
Stork is created for mission-critical/carrier-grade deployments with all the highest security requirements. Authentication and authorization are key components of every secure MQTT deployment plus some of the very advanced security mechanisms are supported to be able to protect your business from malicious MQTT clients. Needless to say all state-of-the-art security standards like SSL/TLS are supported to help keep your data safe while being transferred to and in the Stork broker.
By offering the server and MQTT client library, Stork can help you manage data from the virtually unlimited amount of connected objects and your back-end framework. Retrieve real-time bi-directional data through Stork and employ any MQTT client library to integrate with just about all forms of connected devices. Access all of the back-end functionality required to run even large-scale and mission-critical Internet of Things solutions. Along with device interoperability and failure-proof connectivity, Stork handles data consistency and security across all connected objects.
Stork allows you to freely scale up or customise the framework in order to meet the demands of your products or services.
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