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See ioBroker wiki for more information
ioBroker is an integration platform for the Internet of Things, focused on Building Automation, Smart Metering, Ambient Assisted Living, Process Automation, Visualization and Data Logging. It like a software f.e. fhem, OpenHAB or the thing system.
ioBroker is not just an application, it's more of a a concept, a database schema, and offers a very easy way for systems to inter-operate. ioBroker defines some common rules for a pair of databases used to exchange data and publish events between different systems.
ioBroker uses "in memory" database to hold the data and saves it on disk with reasonable intervals. There are two types of storage:
States can be stored in "in memory" or in redis. Objects can be stored only in "in memory" DB.
Redis is an in-memory key-value data store and also a message broker with publish/subscribe pattern. It's used to maintain and publish all states of connected systems.
Systems are attached to ioBrokers databases via so called adapters, technically processes running anywhere in the network and connecting all kinds of systems to ioBrokers databases. A connection to ioBrokers databases can be implemented in nearly any programming language on nearly any platform and an adapter can run on any host that is able to reach the databases via ip networking.
See actual list of adapters on iobroker.net
ioBroker is designed to be accessed by trusted adapters inside trusted networks. This means that usually it is not a good idea to expose the ioBroker databases, adapters or any smart home devices directly to the internet or, in general, to an environment where untrusted clients can directly access these network services. Adapters that offer services supposed to be exposed to the internet should be handled with care. You should always activate HTTPS and use valid certificates for web, admin if open it for internet or for example use it with additional security measures like VPN, VLAN and reverse proxies.
ioBroker.js-controller should run on any hardware and os that runs Node.js (ARM, x86, Windows, Linux, OSX). Binary builds for Redis are also available for the ARM and x86 under Windows, Linux and OSX. Although redis is not required if it is not high load system. ioBroker spawns a new Node.js-Process for every adapter instance, so RAM becomes is a limiting factor. A single adapters memory fingerprint is roundabout 10-60MB. Since CouchDB can create quite a lot of load a dual core system is beneficial.
This module is distributor under the MIT License (MIT). Please notice, that other ioBroker adapters can have different licenses.
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