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AWS IoT Device Management

Interconnected IoT devices are soaring in the industrial revolution of digitalization era. As many IoT deployments consist of hundreds of thousands to millions of devices, it is essential to track, monitor, and manage connected device fleets. You need to ensure your IoT devices work properly and securely after they have been deployed. You also need to secure access to your devices, monitor health, detect and remotely troubleshoot problems, and manage software and firmware updates.

AWS IoT Device Management makes it easy to securely onboard, organize, monitor, and remotely manage IoT devices at scale. With AWS IoT Device Management, you can register your connected devices individually or in bulk, and easily manage permissions, certificate management so that devices remain secure. You can also organize your devices, monitor and troubleshoot device functionality, query the state of any IoT device in your fleet, and send firmware updates over-the-air (OTA). AWS IoT Device Management is agnostic to device type and OS, so you can manage devices from inhibited microcontrollers to connected cars all with the same service. AWS IoT Device Management allows you to manage, scale your fleets and reduce the cost and effort of managing large and diverse IoT device deployments.

AWS Services

AWS Computing & Storage

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<p style=”text-align: center;”><strong><a href=”https://www.prolim.com/iot/aws-iot/amazon-s3/”>Amazon S3</a></strong><br />
<strong><a href=”https://www.prolim.com/iot/aws-iot/amazon-rds/”>Amazon RDS</a></strong><br />
<strong><a href=”https://www.prolim.com/iot/aws-iot/amazon-ec2/”>Amazon EC2</a></strong></p>
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AWS DNS Service

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<p style=”text-align: center;”><strong><a href=”https://www.prolim.com/iot/aws-iot/amazon-route-53/”>Amazon Route 53 </a></strong></p>
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AWS IoT

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<p style=”text-align: center;”><strong><a href=”https://www.prolim.com/iot/aws-iot/aws-iot-core/”>AWS IoT Core</a></strong><br />
<strong><a href=”https://www.prolim.com/iot/aws-iot/aws-iot-device-defender-2/”>AWS IoT Device Defender</a></strong><br />
<strong><a href=”https://www.prolim.com/iot/aws-iot/aws-iot-device-management/”>AWS IoT Device Management</a></strong><br />
<strong><a href=”https://www.prolim.com/iot/aws-iot/aws-iot-device-provisioning/”>AWS IoT Device Provisioning</a></strong><br />
<strong><a href=”https://www.prolim.com/iot/aws-iot/aws-iot-device-shadow/”>AWS IoT Device Shadow</a></strong><br />
<strong><a href=”https://www.prolim.com/iot/aws-iot/aws-iot-greengrass/”>AWS IoT Greengrass</a></strong></p>
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AWS Real Time Notification

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<p style=”text-align: center;”><a href=”https://www.prolim.com/iot/aws-iot/amazon-sns/”>Amazon SNS</a><br />
<a href=”https://www.prolim.com/iot/aws-iot/amazon-sqs/”>Amazon SQS</a></p>
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AWS API Management

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<p style=”text-align: center;”><strong><a href=”https://www.prolim.com/iot/aws-iot/aws-api-gateway/”>AWS API Gateway</a></strong></p>
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Benefits of using AWS IoT Device Management

With AWS IoT Device Management, you can securely add device attributes like device name, type, and manufacturing year, certificates and access policies to the IoT Registry in bulk, assign them to devices, and put large fleets of connected devices into service quickly. You can use IoT Device Management templates to quickly onboard entire fleets of devices with a few clicks.

In order to deal with massive numbers of devices, AWS IoT Device Management extends the existing IoT Device Registry and allows you to create a hierarchical model of your fleet, devices, sensors and to set policies on a hierarchical basis. You can drill-down through the hierarchy in order to locate individual devices. You can also query your fleet on attributes such as device type or firmware version. You can create a hierarchy for your groups such as grouping multiple sensors within a single vehicle and grouping multiple vehicles in a fleet.

AWS IoT Device Management lets you quickly search and find any IoT device across your entire device fleet in near real-time. You can easily find devices based on a combination of attributes like device ID, device state and type. Telemetry from the devices is used to gather real-time connection, authentication and status metrics, which are published to Amazon CloudWatch. IoT Device Management lets you configure the log level for each device group, and you can also publish change events for the Registry and Jobs for monitoring purposes.

AWS IoT Device Management lets you remotely manage your devices. You can push new software and firmware to them, reset to factory defaults, reboot and set up bulk updates after they have been deployed in the field – allowing you to ensure that devices are always running on the latest software.

Fast Device Onboarding

With AWS IoT Device Management, you can securely add device attributes like device name, type, and manufacturing year, certificates and access policies to the IoT Registry in bulk, assign them to devices, and put large fleets of connected devices into service quickly. You can use IoT Device Management templates to quickly onboard entire fleets of devices with a few clicks.

Simple IoT Device Organization

In order to deal with massive numbers of devices, AWS IoT Device Management extends the existing IoT Device Registry and allows you to create a hierarchical model of your fleet, devices, sensors and to set policies on a hierarchical basis. You can drill-down through the hierarchy in order to locate individual devices. You can also query your fleet on attributes such as device type or firmware version. You can create a hierarchy for your groups such as grouping multiple sensors within a single vehicle and grouping multiple vehicles in a fleet.

Locate Connected Devices Quickly

AWS IoT Device Management lets you quickly search and find any IoT device across your entire device fleet in near real-time. You can easily find devices based on a combination of attributes like device ID, device state and type. Telemetry from the devices is used to gather real-time connection, authentication and status metrics, which are published to Amazon CloudWatch. IoT Device Management lets you configure the log level for each device group, and you can also publish change events for the Registry and Jobs for monitoring purposes.

Easy Remote Device Management

AWS IoT Device Management lets you remotely manage your devices. You can push new software and firmware to them, reset to factory defaults, reboot and set up bulk updates after they have been deployed in the field – allowing you to ensure that devices are always running on the latest software.

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