Learn the basics of AWS IoT device message analytics. Discover how the IoT broker receives and sends MQTT messages and how you can define rules to send messages to external AWS services, such as S3.
- [Instructor] So in this next movie,…we're going to take a look at Internet of Things…on the Amazon ecosystem.…In order to understand this, we're going to use…simulated IoT devices just for simplicity,…so logical devices rather than physical,…connected thermostats or connected watches…or whatever it might be.…The schema is defined a little bit differently here too…for the device data or messages.…The default protocol is MQTT rather than TCPIP…and the structure is called a topic, an MQTT topic,…so we'll see how that works…in terms of publishing and subscribing…or sending and receiving messages to the IoT broker.…
Once the messages are available at the broker,…then we can access them with a SQL-like query…and again, we'll go through the interface…and see what that looks like.…So inside of the console we'll type iot,…and we'll click Get started.…So over on the left side here, we're going to click Test.…So, what that's doing is creating a logical device,…so a simulator, if you will,…that can connect to the device gateway,…
- AWS analytics design concepts
- Files vs. databases
- Which analytics type to use
- Using code tools for analytics
- AWS IoT device message analytics
- Working with data using Spark commands
- Using AWS QuickSight for visualizations
- Top analytics architectural patterns and their associated AWS services
Skill Level Intermediate
Amazon Web Services for Data Sciencewith Lynn Langit3h 56m Intermediate
1. Analytics on AWS
2. Analytic Services
3. AWS Code Tools for Analytics
4. Advanced Analytics
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