Join Ryan Hu for an in-depth discussion in this video Next steps, part of IoT Foundations: Device Management.
- [Ryan] Now, we've covered the essential concepts,…standards, technologies, tools, and the platforms…surrounding the device management.…I hope these will give you a good foundation…for your device management solutions.…For the next steps,…you can build your device management solution…with open-source tools and examples,…and with a commercial IoT platform we've covered.…You can check the technical specifications…of the device management related standards,…such as oneM2M, and lightweight M2M for more details,…or the latest developments…as the technologies or standards may evolve over time.…
I encourage you to check out…my other course on IoT foundations:…low-power wireless networking,…as well as the other IoT topics covered in the library.…Feel free to scour other resources,…such as my blog,…or other technical articles.…
- Classes of manageable devices
- IoT device management basics
- System architecture
- Device management functionalities
- Typical device management standards
- Message transfer protocols
- OMA LightweightM2M standard
- Building your LwM2M solution with Leshan
- oneM2M standard
- Building your oneM2M solution with OM2M
- Using IBM Watson IoT Platform
- Using Microsoft Azure IoT Hub
- Using the Xively IoT platform
Skill Level Intermediate
IoT Foundations: Monetizing IoTwith Bruce Sinclair46m 50s Intermediate
1. Introduction to Device Management
Device management use cases2m 20s
2. IoT Device Management Basics
3. OMA LightweightM2M Standard
4. oneM2M Standard
5. Example Device Management Platforms
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