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The deviceWISE IoT Platform has three main tools that you will use to build, manage, and deploy your applications. The following provides a brief introduction to those three tools.

The Workbench

The deviceWISE Workbench is the main tool that you will use to configure the Asset Gateways and the Enterprise Gateways. The Workbench provides full development capabilities and the ability to administer and debug an individual device in the field. It is also the same tool that is used to configure how to interface data to your enterprise applications through its easy to use click-to-configure features.

Following is a list of the most common tasks that you can perform using the Workbench:

  • Build, manage, and monitor triggers and projects
  • Configure and manage connections to devices and sensors
  • Configure network settings (both LAN and cellular)
  • Configure connection of the Asset Gateways and the Enterprise Gateways to the IoT Portal
  • View logs and reports
  • Configure connections to enterprise application programs.
Management Portal

The deviceWISE Management Portal is a web-based program that is part of the IoT Portal. Using the Management Portal, you can view and manage all of the devices that are connected to the IoT Portal. In addition, the Management Portal lets you manage users, update firmware, and all of the other batch type processing you might want to perform on your field of devices.

Following is a list of the most common tasks that you can perform using the Management Portal:

  • Define and manage user accounts
  • Define the things that represent your remote assets
  • View usage reports and logs
  • Manage Asset Gateway and Enterprise Gateway firmware and software versions
  • Interact remotely with Asset Gateways and Enterprise Gateways
  • Connect to tunnel services provided by Asset Gateways and Enterprise Gateways.
Asset Gateway: Web Interface

The deviceWISE Asset Gateway web interface is a specially designed web program that runs on the Asset Gateway. You can think of this tool like the configuration web program that is available on your home router. It is designed to be easy to use and to allow the person who actually installs the Asset Gateway to configure the network settings and the connections to the downstream assets.

Following is a list of the most common tasks that you can perform using the Asset Gateway: Web Interface:

  • Configure network settings (both LAN and cellular)
  • Configure connection of the Asset Gateway to the IoT Portal
  • View basic event logs
  • Configure connections to downstream assets.
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