What cloud service options are available for Digi devices?

Beverly McRae

Cloud services can be used for applications built around Software as a Service (SaaS), Platform as a Service (PaaS), or Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS).

Digi International has a platform called iDigi. iDigi is a cloud platform for both device network management and for data management. The iDigi Device Cloud is designed using a high-availability architecture, with redundancy and failover characteristics. It is a highly scalable system that can host single units to tens of thousands of Digi devices. It also has web services APIs for secure application integration and data messaging. iDigi device clouds are located in Chicago and in London and you can select to which cloud your data is subscribed.

Device management also include the ability to send commands to remote devices. Standard web service calls are available to manage traditional device settings. An optional Server Command Interface / Remote Command Interface (SCI/RCI) mechanism is available for any custom device or application commands that may be required.

iDigi Manager Pro is a pay-as-you-go model, starting at $1.59 per registered device, per month. Sending data to and from the iDigi Device Cloud is billed on a transactional basis and are available at different usage levels. Data is managed through iDigi, which means that iDigi provides a collection point of data. iDigi is not a (long-term) data storage solution–Digi Dia data is stored for 1 day, and iDigi files are stored for 7 days.

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