As you’ve might already experienced, the plgd cloud consist of a few scalable services which are in the production environment deployed and scaled independently. This deployment complexity is very often a pain point for device developers who are using the plgd cloud just to verify their device API implementation and its behavior.
To make the experience with the usage of the plgd cloud perfect to everyone, we have created a new package - plgd bundle docker container which bundles all plgd core services and more:
mocked OAuth 2.0 Server
both secure and unsecure CoAP Gateway (device endpoint)
CA service issuing identity certificates for your devices
Yes, you can use both secure and unsecure devices, utilize the OAuth2.0 authorization and play around with the plgd cloud by running a single command:
docker run -d --name plgd -P plgd/bundle:v2next
The plgd mobile application also works with the bundle. Just point it to the reachable IP of your plgd bundle deployment.