I have some (security related) questions about the workings of Spark Core Cloud:
- I suppose every time my (dynamic) WAN IP address changes it’s transferred to Spark Cloud (equally as dyndns services)?
- what data is transferred and effectively stored on Spark Core Cloud?
- related to the previous question: every time one accesses (for sensing data, sending commands to actuators, requesting settings data e.g. WiFi SSID, …) its Spark Core via REST, does this mean every time Spark Cloud physically accesses your Spark Core(s) (or is the data from the Spark Core regularly transferred to the Spark Cloud and accesses the data from the Spark Cloud)?
- if installing Spark Cloud Server on own infrastructure (inside my firewall), if i’m right, the settings in the Spark Cores are so that they point to your own Spark Core Server; how can the Spark Cores then be programmed/firmware flashed since there’s no connection anymore between Spark’s own Cloud infra and your Spark Cores and today there’s no Spark Core Build in the Open Source Spark Server?