ESF OPC UA Server Component

Use this url in your Eclipse Kura workspace to install this package.

Add-on for Eclipse Kura™ and its commercially supported, enterprise-ready edition Everyware™ Software Framework (ESF) by Eurotech.

This add-on allows to implement an OPC UA server within ESF. The main features are the following:

  • Support for loading NodeSet2 files to populate server address space.
  • Support for certificate based application and user authentication.
  • Customization of server application identity.

To install the package, simply drag and drop the Eclipse Marketplace link into the ESF/Kura Packages section of the Web UI.

Third-party Content

Bouncy Castle ASN.1 Extension and Utility APIs (org.bouncycastle:bcutil-jdk18on), Version 1.71
MIT License

Bouncy Castle Provider (org.bouncycastle:bcprov-jdk18on), Version 1.71
MIT License

Bouncy Castle PKIX, CMS, EAC, TSP, PKCS, OCSP, CMP, and CRMF APIs (org.bouncycastle:bcpkix-jdk18on), Version 1.71
MIT License

Prosys OPC UA SDK for Java, Version 4.10.2-62
Commercial License


The bundle requires ESF 6.2.0+.

The bundle is signed with a new Eurotech Leaf certificate for add-ons (DN: EUROTECH S.p.A. ESF Add-On Bundle Signing 2022). Please check the following references to verify if an update to the security policy is needed when ESF runs in Production Mode:

Everyware Software Framework End User License Agreement (EULA)

This ESF package is provided by Eurotech to the Eclipse Kura community only for the non-professional purpose of developing, testing, prototyping, or demonstrating; read the EULA carefully before installing the package.

For commercial use contact your Eurotech local sales representative.

Categories: Eclipse Kura

Eclipse Kura
Package Version
Package Type
Minimum Java Version
Java 8
Eclipse Kura Version Compatibility
Additional Details

Organization Name: Eurotech

Organization Url:

Development Status: Production/Stable

Date Created: Monday, July 17, 2023 - 08:56

License: Commercial

Date Updated: Tuesday, July 18, 2023 - 09:49

Submitted by: Nicola Timeus


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