Create an IoT-Connector (aka. Product)

A Murano IoT-Connector is the virtual representation of the physical hardware and sensors that will send data to the Murano platform.

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Web UI

To create a new IoT-Connector using the Web UI:

1. Navigate to the Murano 'Home' solution list page

2. Click on "ADD APPLICATION".

Add application btn

Note: you are in the IoT-Connectors templates category, not to be confused with other categories as follow:

You will find several other IoT-Connectors template with various added functionalities. Including:

3. For this example we will search and pick the "Basic IoT-Connector" element.

From scratch IoT-Connector


5. Name your IoT-Connector and apply.

6. On Murano Home page, select the IoT-Connector you just created.

Connector list

You can see the device connectivity subdomain created automatically. The subdomain is the same as the IoT-Connector solution ID. You will need it for connecting your devices and advanced troubleshooting.

7. To copy your IoT-Connector ID go to the top-left portion of the screen, click on the ID button.

Next Step

From here learn about how to managing your IoT-Connector or how to link IoT-Connector and Application.

Murano CLI

To create an IoT-Connector using the Murano CLI, you can use the murano init command, or you can create an IoT-Connector directly:

$ murano product create <name> --save

This command will return the ID of your new IoT-Connector. It will also save the ID to a local .murano/config file, so that your project will use this ID in the future.

Configure Your IoT-Connector Manually

If you have already created an IoT-Connector, you can easily configure Murano CLI to use it using murano init, or you can enable it manually by adding it to the .murano/config:

$ murano config <product-id>

Syncup Your IoT-Connector

Add the IoT-Connector definition to the specs/resources.yaml file and then upload the changes to Murano:

$ murano syncup

This command sets up all the data aliases in the spec file. You can see them by going to, choosing your IoT-Connector, and then clicking the RESOURCES tab. These are all the different resources that your hardware will use.