StreamPipes enables flexible modeling of stream processing pipelines by providing a graphical modeling editor on top of existing stream processing frameworks.
It leverages non-technical users to quickly define and execute processing pipelines based on an easily extensible toolbox of data sources, data processors and data sinks.
Learn more about StreamPipes at https://www.streampipes.org/
Read the full documentation at https://docs.streampipes.org
StreamPipes Pipeline Elements
This project provides a library of several pipeline elements that can be used within the StreamPipes toolbox.
Currently, the following pipeline elements are available:
- Watertank Simulator: A data simulator that replays data from an Industrial IoT use case. Several streams are provided such as flow rate, water level and more.
- Vehicle Simulator: Provides a simulated stream that replays location-based real-time data of a vehicle.
- Random Data Generator: Several streams that produce randomly generated data in an endless stream.
- Count Aggregation
- Event Rate
- Timestamp Enricher
- Numerical Filter: Filters sensor values based on a configurable threshold value.
- Text Filter: Filters text-based fields by a given string value.
- Projection: Outputs a configurable subset of the fields available in an input event stream.
- Google Routing
- Peak Detection
- Statistics Summary
- Statistics Summary Window-Based
- Field Converter
- Field Hasher
- Field Mapper
- Measurement Unit Converter
- Field Renamer
- CouchDB: Stores events in an Apache CouchDB database.
- Dashboard: Can be used to display pipeline results in the real-time dashboard of the StreamPipes UI.
- Kafka Publisher: Publishes events to an Apache Kafka broker.
- Notification: Can be used to generate notifications that are shown in the notification center of the StreamPipes UI.
- Email Notification
- Slack Notification
- OneSignal Notification
Contact us if you are missing some pipeline elements!
All modules contain a docker-compose template in the
deployment folder of each module. Copy this into your StreamPipes docker-compose file (see the docs for more info) and start StreamPipes! All pipeline elements are automatically registered (but do not forget to install them under
Pipeline Element Installation).
It's easy to get started:
We'd love to hear your feedback! Contact us at email@example.com