Benefits

MQTT 5.0 and full stack IoT protocols

MQTT (include 3.1, 3.1.1 and 5), CoAP/LwM2M, HTTP, WebSocket, MQTT-SN and customized TCP/UDP private protocols

Charged by instances

Charged by cluster instances, not by message number. Unlimited usage for authentication and rule engines.

Any scale connections number

From 1000 to 1M connections, and totally 15 grades are provided. Monthly billing based on your usage.

MQTT cloud best practices

Leverage best practices of load balance, device authentications, ACL and integration with backend big data analytics systems.

Capacity planning and scaling

Automatic capacity planning by providing connection and payload information. Scale plan will be advised by closed system monitor.

High availability and dedicated instances

HA architecture for EMQ X Enterprise and PostgreSQL Authentication clusters. Dedicated VPC, load balance, DNS and clusters make the system more secure and stable.

Integrate with big data analysis and database systems

Support to integrate with different big data analysis systems. Such as Apache Kafka, Apache Pulsar, PostgreSQL, MonogoDB and Redis etc.

Global deployment

AWS North America and EU now are ready. More AWS data centers and cloud providers (Microsoft Azure, Google Cloud) will be online.

7*24 operation service

EMQ X's product experts monitor and provide 7*24 professional operation services. Tickets, voices and Email are proivded for effective communication.

Features

EMQ Cloud Services
Full stack IoT protocols MQTT (include 3.1, 3.1.1 and 5), CoAP/LwM2M, HTTP, WebSocket, MQTT-SN and TCP/UDP private protocols.
Dedicated instances for EMQ X Enterprise cluster with high availability. Yes
Dedicated instances for PostgreSQL authentication and ACL cluster with high availability. Yes
Secured connection TLS
Authentication by MQTT username and password. Yes
ACL setting on client and topic level. Yes (unlimited ACL settings)
Rule engine: Process the payload by real-time, and publish result to database, streaming system and other brokers. Yes (unlimited rule numbers)
Bridge MQTT message to Kafka Yes
Data persistence: Save client's online and offline status, subscribing to topic information, message content, sending message receipts after the message arrives into various databases. Yes