Eclipse Tahu is collection of software libraries and reference implementations of a communication protocol (Sparkplug) that details how devices and machines can communicate.
A Sparkplug infrastructure has a hub-and-spoke topology, meaning that remote devices and applications ("spokes") all connect directly to one (or more) centralized servers ("hubs") and NOT to each other. This decoupling of devices and applications is an important piece of Sparkplug. The Tahu project provides a collection of software libraries and examples to allow software application developers to easily implement the Sparkplug specification in their applications.
The name of the project, Tahu, is a Maori verb meaning: to ignite, combust, light, or set on fire. This was chosen to complement the term "sparkplug" as the underlying specification is named.
The Sparkplug name came from the notion of trying to 'spark' interoperability in the Internet of Things by creating a common language that clients can use to communicate.
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The Tahu project is part of a larger ecosystem of open-source projects called “Eclipse IoT”. The Eclipse IoT website is available at http://iot.eclipse.org and the logo of Eclipse IoT is attached to the brief – while not mandatory, we encourage designers to provide logos that convey the idea of Tahu belonging to the Eclipse IoT brand.
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