The Things Industries offers The Things Stack as hosted software as a service (SaaS).
This guide explains what that means and shows how to work with The Things Industries Cloud.
Tenants on Shared Infrastructure
The Things Stack Cloud is a multi-tenant environment. This means that while each customer has their own isolated network, the underlying infrastructure is shared with other customers.
After starting your The Things Stack Cloud subscription, you will receive an email with the details of your tenant and details of your admin user.
The Things Stack Cloud is a multi-cluster deployment. This means that while your account information is stored in a central location, you can connect your gateways to a closer cluster, and route all your IoT traffic in that cluster. This can significantly reduce latency because your traffic would not have to cross half the planet.
The Things Stack Cloud currently has the following clusters:
||Australia 1||Sydney, Australia|
||North America 1||California, USA|
If you navigate to this link, you can find out which The Things Stack Cloud clusters are recommended for your deployment based on the location of your devices and immediately log into its Console.
See the Cloud Addresses for details about cluster, Console, API endpoints and other The Things Stack Cloud addresses.
Visit The Things Industries services status page to check the current status of The Things Stack Cloud services. Be up do date with the recent The Things Stack Cloud upgrades, scheduled maintenances and reported incidents.