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Hi Dears,

 

We are going to develop our IoT Platform for 3 growing projects in following 3 verticals:

- Asset Tracking and Management

- Fleet Managemt

- Smart Farming

Our customer don't want to use general IoT platform such as AWS, Azure, IBM Watson and etc. and decided to develop our own IoT platform with following specification:

- Support HTTP, XMPP, COAP and MQTT

- Cooperable with general IoT Platform using APIs like AWS, AZURE, WATSON and etc.

- Device Management

- Handle 10K microservice per second at medium level of performance (max: 100K/sec)

- Being scalable to increase the performanece and reliablity

- Dashboarding (createcustomisable dashboards)

- Reporting

- FULL API documentation (cooperating with Android and IOS application)

- User MAnagement

It would be highly appreciated if anyone can help us to make a decision what kind of framework , what kind of server-side programming language (Java, PHP, Python ...) and what kind of DBMS (mysql, nosql, mangodb, ....) would be suitable to use?

 

Thank you

 

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