EnOS™ Product Architecture

EnOS provides comprehensive and modularized offerings to help enterprises and cities tackle the challenges of digital transformation.

The picture below depicts EnOS’ product and service offerings.


EnOS Edge

EnOS Edge, as the data ingestion front-end of EnOS Cloud, adapts thousands of devices and system to connect to EnOS. It extends the intelligence of EnOS Cloud to the edge by providing device management, device control, and edge computing through the integration and inheritance of traditional OT technologies and deep coordination with EnOS Cloud.

In addition to data acquisition endpoints, EnOS Edge can be deployed as the on-site platform where applications can run independently to support edge scenarios that require local management, analytics, and decision-making on site. For more information, see EnOS Edge.

If a third-party edge is required, EnOS Cloud also supports third-party edges that are compatible with the EnOS device connection framework.

EnOS Cloud

IoT Hub

Many enterprises are stuck or are encountering big challenges at the gate of IoT solution adoption due to connectivity, as the heterogeneous devices and sensors deployed in different networking environments communicate in various different protocols. Futhermore, the data to connect to does not only reside in device assets, but also reside in different systems.

EnOS IoT Hub helps shield the heterogeneity of devices and complexity of connection scenarios and enables devices of various domains to be connected to EnOS efficiently and securely. By enabling secure and reliable connectivity, EnOS manages vast amount of IoT devices from the cloud to achieve O&M transparency, predictive maintenance, and performance optimization through full device lifecycle management on EnOS.

For more information about IoT Hub services, see IoT Hub.

Enterprise Data Platform (EDP)

When dealing with big volumes of connected data, the IoT data management process becomes a huge challenge. By embedding the industry data management and processing best practices into the design, EDP aims to help enterprises handle the volume, speed, and variety of data through improving the data access and development efficiency while optimizing the data storage scheme to reduce the total cost of ownership on all the IoT data in a compliant and efficient manner at the same time.

For more information about EDP services, see Enterprise Data Platform.

Enterprise Analytics Platform (EAP)

The EAP provides large volume of data storage with low-cost and high computing capacity in a distributed architecture to help you integrate and process large volumes of data at high speed. The services provide tools to help you extract, transform, and load data from heterogeneous data sources such as your existing IT and OT systems and quickly obtain insights, explore new business models, and make business decisions. With data synergy powered by AI, the EAP enables you to turn data assets into real business values.

For more information about EAP services, see Enterprise Analytics Platform.

Application Enablement Platform (AEP)

The AEP provides toolkits, libraries, and services that help you leverage the IoT data and common data services and rapidly build, deploy, and scale applications. By offering a loosely coupled micro-service architecture, EnOS encapsulates the complexity of the underlying technology, lowers the barriers to application development, and accelerates monetization time.

For more information about AEP services, see Application Enablement Platform.