Reveal Technologies

  Atlanta,  United States    Website
SiteWhere is an industrial-strength open source platform that enables rapid development of applications for the "Internet of Things". It allows a developer to describe and interact with a web of connected devices without the custom coding that would be needed without a framework.

SiteWhere stores event data produced by devices in optimized "big data" storage in a unified format independent of the device that generated the content. It provides interfaces for searching and analyzing the data as well as out-of-the-box support for integrating device data with other integration platforms.
Latest From @SiteWhere
3 weeks ago
SiteWhere Open IoT Platform is now available as a @docker image! Run an instance with a single command. #IoT #M2M
3 weeks ago
Check out the new blog post covering new features in SiteWhere 1.0.1 including batch device operations! #IoT #M2M
4 weeks ago
We are happy to announce we have partnered with @OpenAtMicrosoft to release SiteWhere on @Azure! #IoT #M2M #BigData
4 weeks ago
SiteWhere Open IoT Platform 1.0.1 is now available! Batch operations for devices are now fully supported. #IoT #M2M
3 months ago
SiteWhere Open IoT Platform 1.0 is now available for download and on Amazon EC2. #IoT #M2M #InternetOfThings
3 months ago
SiteWhere Open IoT Platform 1.0 RC2 is available with over 30 new features and bugfixes! #IoT #M2M #InternetOfThings
3 months ago
SiteWhere 1.0 RC1 is available! It includes @ActiveMQ support for device events, zone testing + much more.. #IoT #M2M
5 months ago
SiteWhere 0.9.7 is now available for download including new features, bug fixes, and VMware support. #m2m #iot
8 months ago
SiteWhere Open IoT Platform now supports monitoring/controlling @Android devices. #IoT #M2M #android
9 months ago
Preview video available demonstrating SiteWhere 0.9.5 support for gateway devices. #iot #m2m #sitewhere
11 months ago
RT @cloudera: News: @cloudera Wraps Up $900 Million Financing Round
11 months ago
@krbenedict Enjoyed your article on IoT platforms. If you have a chance, also take a look at and the intro videos.
RT @kartben: Looks like there is a very serious alternative to Contiki OS that I'd never heard of - *very* interesting…
Check out the new video for running SiteWhere M2M Platform on Amazon EC2! #M2M #AWS
SiteWhere 0.9.4 has now been officially released! Download it or run it in the cloud today!
New video available! SiteWhere Introduction (
New blog entry! SiteWhere and Arduino in Action (
New blog entry! Introduction to SiteWhere (

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