VANTIQ Modelo is an Enterprise HP aPaaS – a High Productivity Application platform as a service (aPaaS) solution for development, deployment and execution of real-time event-driven enterprise applications. It provides “low code” and “no-code” rapid application development (RAD) features to enable high productivity. Modelo is targeted at application developers building real-time event-driven applications – such as with industrial IoT, consumer IoT, AI applications involving machine-learning(ML), neural networks, AR/VR etc.
With Modelo 3.0, the real-time platform extends from Cloud-to-Edge, with connectivity to ‘edge/gateway’ devices
extending to last-mile micro-edge devices.
Modelo includes the following Editions:
- Cloud Edition: For VANTIQ cloud
- Server Edition: For client-hosted on-prem/private cloud
- Edge Edition: For Edge “gateway devices”
- Micro Edition: For “edge of edge” Micro-devices
Modelo has 3 key components
- Real-time, Event-centric Secure, Elastic, Scalable Application Platform
- Low-code & No-code Powerful Productivity Tools
- Optimized Deployment on the Cloud, Edge and on-premise
Real-time Event-centric Application Platform built on a “Reactive framework”
VANTIQ Modelo is implemented on a Reactive framework. Modelo supports design and run-time for applications serving billions of business events. Its distributed, multi-tenant core is portable across cloud (public and private), data center and edge. It is highly available, leveraging Reactive event processing for scalability. It is clusterable and replicated for simple scaling and fault tolerance
Low-code & No-code Powerful Productivity Tools
Integration with external systems is enabled through VANTIQ Enterprise Connectors.
VANTIQ IDE supports 2 modes – one for designing and developing applications and the other for testing/running the application (Dev and Ops mode).
High Productivity graphical tools include:
Optimized Deployment on the Cloud, Edge and on-premise
VANTIQ allows an arbitrary topology of an unlimited number of nodes across a distributed environment. Nodes can be peered horizontally to provide more processing power. When the volume of data collected is too great to upload it for centralized processing or low latency is required, nodes can be arranged in a tree structure to handle the processing close to the data at the edge. The ability to cluster nodes horizontally not just for scale but failover ensures mission critical availability. Since any artifact in the system can be changed dynamically, available nodes can take over or new nodes can be launched in case of a failure
Using the Documentation
The documentation provides a number of fully worked examples as well as descriptions of each VANTIQ feature and the details necessary to use the feature effectively.
We recommend starting with the tutorials that contain fully worked example automation systems:
- App Modeler
- Image Mapping
- Client Builder
- Natural Language Processing
- User and Namespace Administration
The API Reference Guide and the Resource Reference Guide contain detailed information on the available resources and the structure of the REST API for accessing the resources. The Rule and Procedure Reference Guide describes all the features available for creating rules to ingest data, identify situations and produce actions and notifications.
The integration of external sources and systems is documented in the Source Overview.