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Member Case Study: Cedalo Finds New Opportunities in the Eclipse IoT Ecosystem

Friday, December 4, 2020 - 12:27 by Thabang Mashologu

In our latest member case study, we’re sharing Cedalo’s story. Cedalo is an active member of the Eclipse IoT ecosystem and a great example of how businesses and entrepreneurs naturally discover one another and new opportunities to co-innovate in Eclipse Foundation communities.

Cedalo is deeply involved in the Eclipse Streamsheets and Eclipse Mosquitto projects. Just a few months after joining the Eclipse Foundation, Cedalo Co-Founder and CEO, Philipp Struss, was already making joint presentations with Eclipse ioFog project lead, Kilton Hopkins, to explain the benefits of cross-project collaboration in the edge native space. For an integration example, watch Gregory Ivo’s demo video of an inventory management solution that uses Mosquitto, Streamsheets, and ioFog.

Struss says Cedalo’s Eclipse Foundation membership is essential to build these kinds of connections and relationships with other companies. And he calls joining Eclipse IoT a “no-brainer” decision for anyone working with open source in the IoT domain.

To learn more about Cedalo’s experiences as an Eclipse Foundation member and how those experiences are contributing to the company’s success, read the case study.

Share Your Experiences as an Eclipse Foundation Member

We initiated the member case study series to help prospective members understand how organizations of all sizes are leveraging their strategic involvement in our ecosystem to fuel market success.

If you would like to share your experiences with vendor-neutral, open-source collaboration at the Eclipse Foundation, please let us know. All Eclipse Foundation members are welcome to participate in our member case study initiative.

To get involved, email marketing@eclipse.org.

For more insight into why the Eclipse Foundation is the home of entrepreneurial open source, click here.

Repurpose Our Case Study Content

In the spirit of open source, we’re publishing all of our member case studies under the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International (CC BY 4.0) license. As long as you provide attribution according to the terms of the license, you can:

  • Copy and redistribute the case study content in any medium or format.
  • Adapt, transform, and build on the material for any purpose.

Follow Our Member Case Study Series

Previously, we shared our member case study on Payara Services. If you haven’t already read it, you can download it here.

Keep an eye on my blog for additional member case studies and updates on the initiative. Over the coming months, we’ll bring you member stories from Obeo, itemis, and others.