Yes. GMM supports a three tier hierarchy. Service Provider --> Account --> Customer
Can use this hierarchy as administrative domains to manage the gateways and separate it into as you say continent, country and city. If administrative domains are not required, another way is to use our Custom Fields to label gateways within an organization. A gateway may have multiple labels.
Accounts are created as SP, Account or Customer per situation. For example a customer may want to be at SP level or they are fine with being under our partner SP organization as the partner is managing their gateways.
With EFM 1.7 release, some previous warnings are now treated as errors, hence ParStream does not start via Systemctl
Check the /var/log/parstream/server-xxxx.log file
You might see errors like:
ERROR-77082: Number of maximum f...
Q. Where can I find the Cisco Kinetic DemoKit Setup Guide?
A. Refer to the "Cisco Kinetic Demo Kit Guide" on Salesconnect (https://salesconnect.cisco.com/#/program/PAGE-10238 then under the "Demo Kit" tab)
Q. Where can I get support for the DemoKi...
Industrial customers are increasingly realizing the importance of digitization to compete and stay relevant in today's business environment. Any digitization efforts involve connecting thousands of sensors and devices to the network, extracting and proces...
This example shows ICPAM integration to VSM 7.12
Principal of operation:
SENSOR_CONNECTOR will connect to ICPAM & register the callback endpoint. Currently SENSOR_CONNECTOR is registering endpoint for all types of events available in ICPAM.
You have confirmed that EFM is running, and you can open a broker connection using port 8080 or 8443 from the EFM server. However, from an external broker, not hosted on the same machine, the connection is refused.
Is this is your fi...