In this video, learn how to work with Google IoT Core registries and devices.
- [Instructor] In the console, let's type IoT … and you can see that we have IoT Core, … IoT Registries, and the API. … I've already enable the API … and setup a couple of Core objects. … So inside of IoT Core, … you can see the first object that we have is a registry. … Registry is setup in a region … and it's associated to one or more protocols. … This one is MQTT and HTTP. … It also works with Stack Driver logs … and it will be associated to one … or more topics of Cloud Pub/Sub. … These will be used for publishing device, … telemetry and state events, … and I've already set these up. … Now additionally, it's typical that devices … will authenticate through certificates. … So the certificate management capabilities that are built … into IoT Core are particularly useful. … Notice a registry can have up to 10 CA certificates … for device authentication. … If you're new to this, … and you've not worked with the certificates before, … you're going to want to review the documentation … so you can understand the best practices …
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Skill Level Intermediate
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1. GCP for the Enterprise
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5. Enterprise Data Pipelines
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