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Building microcontroller-based IoT applications using HTTPS client in Amazon FreeRTOS

Today, AWS announced general availability for HTTPS client support in Amazon FreeRTOS. Now you can use the HTTP/HTTPS protocol to connect your microcontroller-based IoT devices to AWS IoT Core and download files to those devices. You might want to use HTTPS on your IoT devices running Amazon FreeRTOS for a variety of reasons: To download […]

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Long-term support (LTS) for Amazon FreeRTOS

AWS intends to provide long-term support (LTS) releases with Amazon FreeRTOS. We are communicating this intent before the first LTS release of Amazon FreeRTOS so that you can incorporate this information into your project planning. Device manufacturers adopting embedded OS solutions for their IoT projects consider software development life cycle implications from initial development through […]

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Announcing Mitigation Actions for AWS IoT Device Defender

There’s a new way for you to act on information discovered by AWS IoT Device Defender audits. Now you can create mitigation actions for audit results that automate a response to alerts from an audit. AWS IoT Device Defender customers often say that it’s invaluable for how AWS gives them visibility into potential malicious device […]

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Building Edge Solutions on OpenWrt with AWS IoT Greengrass

Hardware and operating systems for edge devices are built and delivered to customers in a wide range of form factors, such as consumer gateways, industrial controllers, and in-vehicle infotainment systems. Original design manufacturers (ODMs) and original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) building commercial off-the-shelf products decide which hardware and software combinations to use. System integrators (SIs) developing […]

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AWS re:Inforce June 25-26 2019

Your guide to AWS IoT at re:Inforce 2019

The first-ever re:Inforce is almost here! As you plan your agenda, we don’t want you to miss any IoT sessions. These sessions will help you better understand the best practices and technology to prepare for, detect, contain, eradicate, and respond to potential threats to your IoT devices, connections, and data. To protect users, devices, and […]

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Announcing Amazon FreeRTOS 201906.00 Major

Amazon FreeRTOS 201906.00 Major is now generally available. Amazon FreeRTOS extends the FreeRTOS kernel with individual software libraries, making it faster and easier to securely connect microcontroller-based IoT devices to the cloud. This major release provides significant improvements to several underlying libraries, as well as an update to overall Amazon FreeRTOS versioning: General availability of […]

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Provisioning with a bootstrap certificate in AWS IoT Core

One of the core tenets of managing IoT devices is provisioning, which is the process of registering a device on a particular platform or a system. When bootstrapping your devices, it’s important to establish mutual authentication between the device and an Internet of Things (IoT) endpoint to prevent threats like man-in-the-middle attacks. Device certificates are by […]

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Injecting data into AWS IoT Analytics from Amazon Kinesis Data Streams

It is easy to ingest device data directly from connected IoT devices as they are integrated with AWS IoT Core. However, AWS IoT Analytics also provides a public BatchPutMessage API action to allow you to inject data from other data resources. In this post, I show how to inject data into AWS IoT Analytics from […]

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How to Install a Face Recognition Model at the Edge with AWS IoT Greengrass

Editor Note: This post is co-authored by Gong Xinyue, one of Global Accounts Solution Architects. You might already know how to use AWS IoT Core and AWS IoT Greengrass for remote device communication and control. With AWS IoT Greengrass Machine Learning (ML) Inference, you can run machine learning models on your local devices without any […]

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