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Architecture Monthly Magazine: IoT for the Edge

Internet of Things (IoT) for the Edge encompasses so many devices and industries, that we couldn’t
pick just one photo for our cover. We include IoT use cases from manufacturing, fitness, ocean research, and agriculture. And these represent only a fraction of what is possible. By moving certain workloads to the edge, your devices communicate with local compute resources and can respond more quickly to changes.

AWS edge services deliver data processing, analysis, and storage close to your endpoints, allowing you to deploy APIs and tools to locations outside AWS data centers. You can harness the data generated by your IoT edge devices and enable them to act intelligently with AWS IoT services.

We’d like to thank our experts, Olawale Oladehin, Head of Worldwide Solutions Architect – IoT, Maggie Tallman, Worldwide Go-To-Market Manager – IoT & Robotics, and Richard Elberger, IoT Principal Technologist, AWS. We are also pleased to have a contribution by one of our Customers, Jaime González, Chief Technology Officer, Pentasoft. Special thanks go to Ryan Burke, Sr. Application Architect, and Channa Samynathan, Specialist Solutions Architect – IoT, for their invaluable help shepherding this issue.

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In this month’s IoT for the Edge issue:

  • Ask an Expert: Maggie Tallman, Worldwide Go-To-Market Manager – IoT & Robotics, and Olawale Oladehin, Head of Worldwide Solutions Architect – IoT
  • Customer Conversations: Jaime González, Chief Technology Officer, Pentasoft
  • Ask an Expert, Hardware Security: Richard Elberger, IoT Principal Technologist, AWS
  • Whitepaper: Security at the Edge: Core Principles
  • Case Study: Seafloor Systems Saves 4 Hours of Labor per Robot Build Using AWS IoT Greengrass
  • Implementation Guide: Monitoring River Levels Using LoRaWAN
  • Blog: Run ML inference on AWS Snowball Edge with Amazon SageMaker Edge Manager and AWS IoT Greengrass
  • Reference Architecture: Using Computer Vision for Product Quality Analysis in Plants
  • Case Study: Coca-Cola İçecek Improves Operational Performance Using AWS IoT SiteWise
  • Quick Start: The Industrial Machine Connectivity (IMC) Quick Start
  • Blog: Automated Device Provisioning to AWS IoT Core Using 1NCE Global SIM
  • Solution: Machine to Cloud Connectivity Framework
  • Reference Architecture: Predictive Equipment Health for Utilities
  • Blog: Autonomous vehicle data collection with AWS Snowcone and AWS IoT Greengrass
  • Solution: AWS Connected Vehicle Solution
  • Videos:
    • 30MHz: Building A Smart Agriculture Solution For Indoor Farms And Greenhouses On
      AWS
    • Evolving at the Edge with the AWS Snow Family
    • Data Residency at the Edge: AWS Outposts Inside Out
    • Orangetheory Fitness: Taking a Data-Driven Approach to Improving Health and Wellness (Special)
    • Data Migration and Edge Computing with the AWS Snow Family
    • All in with James Gosling: Behind the Scenes with AWS IoT Greengrass V2

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Jane Scolieri

Jane Scolieri

Jane is a Program Manager for the AWS Media Series team, focused on Digital Media. She manages the Architecture Blog and Architecture Monthly magazine. She lives in beautiful Seattle.