AWS IoT Device Management
Register, organize, monitor, and remotely manage connected devices at scale
50 remote actions per month
Swiftly onboard and organize your devices into flexible hierarchies to streamline fleet maintenance and workflow updates.
Save time by filtering your device search based on specific attributes to make informed decisions.
Securely and remotely monitor your device fleet health status, analyze trends, troubleshoot, and push updates at scale.
Visualize your fleet’s health status and remotely perform real-time actions, such as firmware updates and device reboots, using Fleet Hub.
How it works
AWS IoT Device Management helps you register, organize, monitor, and remotely manage IoT devices at scale. Integrate with AWS IoT Core to easily connect and manage devices in the cloud and with AWS IoT Device Defender to audit and monitor your fleet’s security posture.
Bulk register, organize groups, update over the air, and easily monitor all of your IoT devices.
AWS IoT Device Management supports the creation of a device tunnel — a secure remote SSH session to a device installed behind a restricted firewall. This provides secure connectivity to individual devices, which you can then use to diagnose issues and solve in just a few clicks.
The Jobs feature runs and monitors software updates and other remote operations such as device reboots. It lets you manage updates to a single device or to your entire fleet. You can control the pace of deployment (for example, deploy to 10 devices per second) and receive real-time information about the status of your jobs as they’re deployed to your devices.
AWS IoT Device Management lets you create fully managed web applications using Fleet Hub to visualize and interact with your device fleet connected to AWS IoT. With Fleet Hub, you can search across your fleet to view device state and health data and perform preventive maintenance by creating alarms, running jobs, and monitoring AWS IoT Device Defender metrics.
Remotely monitor your device fleet
Monitor your equipment’s metadata and set policy changes with service alerts to stay informed about device configuration or unusual behaviors.
Learn more about monitoring »
Manage your fleet’s software and firmware updates
Perform bulk updates, control deployment velocity of over-the-air updates (such as firmware and bug fixes), and define continuous jobs for automatic updates.
Group, organize, and target sensors and devices at scale
Create logical groups of devices, such as all sensors in a specific area, to organize and target your fleet for remote actions with a few clicks.
Learn more about device grouping »
Index metadata and connectivity state from your fleet
Index metadata to understand the device state and optimize your search. For instance, quickly find and count sensors deployed with a specific firmware version.
How to get started
Want to learn more?
Explore AWS IoT Device Management Documentation.
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