DSA (Distributed Services Architecture) offers a communication layer for Internet of Things devices. DSA unifies services, devices, applications in a real-time model, and a decentralized architecture allows developers to easily distribute functionality. DSA is a modular interface with a small footprint that creates a multi-layer network tenancy for different use cases.
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The DSA DSLink Python SDK by DSA allows IoT devices and products to interact with each other in a secure multi-layer decentralized environment. The current version is 0.6.23. The SDK is compatible with Python 2 and 3.