The Azena ecosystem allows interested parties to sign-up to the platform. The registered companies can add/delete users and manage their privileges using the User Management Portal. Developers use the Developer Console to upload and manage their applications. The Application Store enables integrators to purchase applications. The Device Management Portal allows to manage Azena OS cameras and their licenses.
All those components work in confluence to enable simple and easy application, license and camera management.
A user of a Azena OS camera has to claim their camera into their company account on the Azena platform. Application licenses they buy from the Application Store will first get transferred into their company pool. Owned licenses can then be associated to a camera. If an application is no longer needed on a particular camera the application license can be removed and returned to the pool (and assigned to another camera).
Please note: Azena will take full responsibility for all components that make up the ecosystem. In case of any problem or question, a ticket can be raised via our web form. Please contact the reseller of your camera if you are facing a physical problem with your camera.
User Management Portal
The place where you can manage your own personal profile, check your company details and manage the team of users associated to your company account. If you are the account manager, you can invite additional users and add/remove permissions.
A web portal that allows application developers to manage their applications. They can submit new or upgrades to existing applications, review usage statistics and access their invoices.
This is where integrators can purchase applications to be installed on their cameras
Device Management Portal
A web portal used by the integrators for claiming/enabling cameras on the ecosystem, for purchasing applications (fully licensed or trial) and managing application installation and licensing in an online or offline environments.
- Projects - With projects you can manage multiple cameras, apps and users and restrict the access within your company
- Cameras - a list of claimed cameras with the ability to edit their properties, install/uninstall applications, monitor camera's health etc.
- Applications - a list of purchased applications with the amounts trial/full licenses
- Subscriptions - a list of subscribed applications with the subscription status
- Device Management Tool - A program run by an integrator used to discover and configure devices in a local network. The DMT is available for Windows, Mac OS and Linux systems
There is also a number of web pages that provide additional information to the users of the Azena ecosystem.
Azena knowledge base
This is where users can find additional instructions and useful tips. The knowledge base is accessible to anyone, doesn't require an active registration or a login.
The developer documentation contains an extensive set of information, including example apps, that can speed up the development process. To access the developer documentation the user has to be registered on the Azena platform and logged in.
A web page which is dedicated to device manufacturers. It contains instructions and resources that can enable camera manufacturers to adapt their products to Azena OS. To access the manufacturer documentation the user has to be registered as a manufacturer on the Azena platform and logged in.
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