As you know we’ve recently launched Vulcanexus , the All-in-One ROS 2 tool set and, whilst we’re working hard on the documentation, we would like to share with you the tutorials that will help you get the most of Vulcanexus.
In this Topic, you’ll find the latest tutorials on Vulcanexus Cloud, to help you scale and integrate ROS 2 networks located in geographically spaced environments, and enable the deployment of ROS 2 entities in the cloud/edge.
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Check out our first tutorial below!
1. Edge-Cloud communication on WAN
This first tutorial covers the first steps to setup a distributed network of remotely controlled robots from the Cloud or an edge device. You will learn step-by-step how to create a basic edge-cloud architecture in which there is an edge robot deployed on LAN with access to the Internet, and a server in the Cloud.
Go to: 3.2. Edge-Cloud communication on WAN — Vulcanexus 1.0.0 documentation
Keen on some more Vulcanexus Cloud tutorials?
This one is based on the previous tutorial and explains how to secure the edge-cloud TCP communication channel with the TLS protocol.
Check out: 3.3. Edge-Cloud TLS communication on WAN
We are happy to share with you a new Vulcanexus tutorial. This one focus on an edge architecture in which both robots are deployed on different local area networks (LANs) with access to the Internet, and communicate through a server hosted in the Cloud.
Discover more: 3.4. Edge-Edge communication via Repeater — Vulcanexus 1.0.0 documentation
We have launched a new V-CLOUD tutorial, you will learn how to deploy a Cloud Micro Service architecture using Vulcanexus and you will be able to reduce the computational effort made by the edge nodes. If you are working on a use case where you are having a high computational effort this will be very useful for you.
Use case examples:
- You can apply this tutorial in any ML project where you train a machine.
- In robotics, the processing of the information received by the sensors from the environment requires a high computational effort, if you have a camera you have to process a lot of high-quality images.
Find out more: 3.5. Cloud ROS 2 MicroServices — Vulcanexus 1.0.0 documentation
We are again with another Vulcanexus CLOUD tutorial.
This time you will be able to learn how to communicate ROS 2 nodes in different domain Ids using the ROS 2 Router. Meaning every node will be able to communicate with any other node independently of the Domain where they are deployed.
Check out this Change ROS 2 Domain ID tutorial now.
Today’s Vulcanexus’ CLOUD tutorial is about discovery mechanisms in geographically spaced ROS 2 networks.
The tutorial “Change ROS 2 Domain to Discovery Server” tells you how to use the Vulcanexus ROS 2 Router and why multicast discovery might not be suitable for your scenario but the Discovery Server is.
Do you experience problems with your distributed ROS 2 networks and WAN communication?
Learn how to detect errors in the network configuration which may cause discovery failure, and apply the configuration that best suits your project needs.
Follow along a ROS 2 Router use case example to understand how to apply the right configuration and get to know its possibilities and behaviors.
The Vulcanexus CLOUD tutorial “Debugging ROS 2 Router” guides you through all the steps.