Flex83

Flex83

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IoT83 Flex83

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What is Flex83?

The Flex83 Application Enablement Platform (AEP)is an IoT-as-a-service (IoTaas) solution that equips users with an underlying IoT engine to run IoT applications, as well as the Rapid Application Development (RAD) Low-Code & N0-Code workflows to build custom apps. It is...
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What is Flex83?

The Flex83 Application Enablement Platform (AEP)is an IoT-as-a-service (IoTaas) solution that equips users with an underlying IoT engine to run IoT applications, as well as the Rapid Application Development (RAD) Low-Code & N0-Code workflows to build custom apps. It is from IoT83 headquartered in India.

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We are using IoT83 Flex83 to integrate our customers' IoT device grid with our IoT platform solution. It comes in handy whenever the IoT device grid is using a complex and diverse range of integration APIs with a strict requirement to provide end-to-end security over every communication channel. IoT83 Flex83 addresses the problem of seamlessly integrating all network entities.
  • Allows to integrate using multiple protocols including MQTT, HTTPS, and CoAP
  • Enables interoperability between the biggest cloud platforms i.e. AWS, Azure, and GCP
  • Promotes rapid IoT app development through no code approach
  • Analytics dashboard is over-the-top for systems with smaller IoT device count
  • 30-day trial might be too short to really understand all the platform features
  • Device alarms feature is somewhat hard to configure
IoT83 Flex83 is a perfect fit if you are planning to integrate IoT devices using different cloud platforms. It enables your solution to become vendor agnostic and naturally get out of a silo approach. It scales really well which is a clear benefit, however deploying it for the smaller projects might quickly become an unnecessary overhead.
  • Support of multiple Message Queue protocols i.e. ActiveMQ, MQTT, and RabbitMQ
  • Continuous assistance related to legacy platforms
  • Fully configurable monitoring and analytics dashboards
  • No code approach resulted in a 20% decrease in introduction time for new device types
  • Highly improved bandwidth when it comes to integration time allowed us to reach out to a bigger range of customers
  • Using appropriate pricing plans cut our operational cost for about 10%
The biggest benefit of using IoT83 Flex83, if compared with other solutions available on the market, is the fact that it enables integration using multiple communication protocols and various data sources which in turn prevents your platform from becoming vendor dependent. On the other hand, AWS IoT Core will work perfectly fine if your customer is using AWS as their main cloud provider for all their needs.
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