Posted On: Apr 11, 2016

You can now configure AWS IoT Rules to route device-generated data directly to Amazon Machine Learning, enabling you to create machine learning (ML) models without having to learn complex ML algorithms and technology. With Amazon Machine Learning integration, you will be able to generate billions of predictions daily, and serve those predictions in real-time and at high throughput. 

You can now use AWS CloudTrail to track API activity on AWS IoT and send the log files to a designated S3 bucket. You can track operations related to creating and modifying certificates, IoT policies, creating and modifying IoT rules, as well as creating and modifying entities in the Device Registry. You can look up API activity using the CloudTrail Console, with access to 7 days of historical data. 

Refer to the AWS IoT developer documentation for more information on how to use these new rules, or sign in to the console to try the rules today.

To learn more about the service, visit the AWS IoT site