AWS IoT - Migrations
Customers like LG, Traeger Grills, Belkin, Centrica Hive, Weissbeerger, and more quickly and easily migrated to AWS IoT
No matter your use case, AWS can help make your migration quick and easy.
As the IoT industry continually evolves and new IoT innovations become available, customers have opportunities to improve and optimize their connected device architecture and platforms for managing IoT devices. AWS has helped customers like LG, Traeger Grills, Belkin, Centrica Hive, Weissbeerger, and many others quickly and easily migrate from their homegrown or third-party IoT platforms. These customers migrated to take advantage of the security, scalability, reliability, and breadth and depth of AWS IoT services.
If you are interested in migrating to AWS IoT or would like to discuss your use case with an AWS expert, contact our team to schedule time to walk through your use case. As part of the call, AWS experts can present and walk you through best practices and programs that can help you plan and execute a successful migration, as well as ways AWS and AWS Partners can do the heavy lifting to accelerate your platform migration.
Why Migrate to AWS IoT
Proven at scale
Superior AI & voice
Customers worldwide accelerate success with AWS IoT
Belkin cut their device latency in half and is now poised to support millions of products after migrating from a homegrown IoT platform to AWS IoT Core and FreeRTOS.
OST helped Traeger Grills migrate over 110K devices to AWS IoT with zero downtime.
LG Electronics relaunched its IoT platform and saves 80% in development costs with AWS IoT.
Common IoT platform migration scenarios
Next Gen Migration
In next gen device migrations, you create a new IoT platform based on AWS IoT to power your new, or next generation, devices and maintain your existing IoT platform for legacy active, or brownfield, devices. The legacy IoT platform is retired when devices reach the end of their life.
In brownfield migrations, firmware on your brownfield (active) devices is updated and replaced with a new IoT platform that connects to AWS IoT services. All new development and features are focused on the new IoT platform, and the legacy platform is retired once the migration is completed.
In the hybrid scenario, you migrate to a new IoT platform for next gen and new product iterations. Old or brownfield devices are not 100% migrated to the new IoT platform, and the legacy IoT platform is maintained with features such as improved security layers, new ingest data paths, secure tunneling, and more.