Introduction to

Rules Engine

IoT application development is fundamentally different from “normal” IT development. It requires bridging the physical world of Operations Technology (OT) with sensors, actuators and gateways to the digital world of Information Technology (IT) with databases, analytics and business tasks.

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Rules Engine

We provide visual and REST interfaces for developers to create and manage these orchestrated API integrations, facilitating smooth data exchange and logic between different software systems.

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Explainability

The engine should be explainable, allowing users to understand why rules are fired and to identify and correct errors. The engine’s internal complexity should not come in the way of its users being able to easily test, simulate and debug that complexity. Users also require a high level of understanding and transparency into decisions with inherent risk.

Adaptability

The engine should be flexible enough to support both commercial and technical changes with minimum friction, such as changing customer requirements or changes in APIs. In order to account for future growth, the rule engine should be easily extendable and capable to support integration with external systems.

Operability

The engine should be operationally scalable. When deploying applications with many thousands or possibly millions of rules running in parallel, the engine should effectively manage the large volumes, by supporting templating, versioning, searchability, bulk upgrades and rules analytics.

Scalability

The engine should provide a good initial framework and abstractions for distributed computing to enable easy sharding. Sharding refers to components that can be horizontally partitioned, which enables linear scaling – deploying “n” times the same component leads to “n” times improved performance.

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Use Cases

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