DataHub Smart MQTT Broker

DataHub Smart MQTT Broker diagram

Using the DataHub™ Smart MQTT Broker™ you can aggregate, standardize, and secure your MQTT data. It offers quick, automatic parsing based on IETF JSON schemas, and supports multiple simultaneous JSON formats, as well as MQTT Sparkplug. DataHub technology offers options for integrating other protocols—OPC DA, OPC UA, Modbus, ODBC, DDE—with any MQTT client.

You can

  • Aggregate, standardize and secure your MQTT data.
  • Integrate multiple JSON formats and Sparkplug V2.2 / 3.0.
  • Leverage IETF JSON schemas.
  • Make MQTT an integral part of any new or legacy system.

Unique Advantages

  • Publish your MQTT data to any cloud broker, SCADA system or supported historian.
  • Prevent or selectively allow bi-directional communications.
  • Inform every client if any MQTT client connection fails.
  • Configure multiple JSON formats to simplify integration from your field devices.
  • Enable automatic parsing with built-in support for the IETF draft specification for JSON Schemas.
  • MQTT Sparkplug – respond to errors, resolve failed writes to devices, add data quality information, and keep all applications synchronized, all of which will help to resolve many edge case inconsistencies.

Included Features

  • MQTT Broker – exchange data between your system and any MQTT clients.
  • Data Aggregation – merge data from multiple sources into a common data set.
  • Tunnel/Mirror – secure networking of data with other systems, using DHTP.
  • Secure Remote Configuration Tool – Configure DataHub installations and Smart MQTT Broker settings remotely.
  • QuickTrend – view live, real-time trends for selected data.
  • Scripting – program custom solutions to meet your specific needs.
  • Security – control access and set permissions for users and groups.

Popular add-ons

  • Redundancy – enable hot standby switching between identical data sources.
  • OPC UA Support – connect to OPC UA servers and clients.
  • OPC DA support – connect to OPC DA servers and clients.
  • OPC A&E – connect to OPC A&E servers and clients.
  • Modbus – connect to Modbus TCP slave devices.
  • Database Write – write data to any ODBC database.
  • Database Read – read data from any ODBC database.
  • Data Bridging – connect two or more data sources to share data in real time.
  • WebView – build and display private cloud-based web pages.