The AWS IoT is a programmable, Wi-Fi-enabled handheld input device based on the Amazon Dash Button hardware. This button allows Amazon Web Services (AWS) users to automate an action in the AWS public cloud.
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Triggers when you double click on IOT Button.
Triggers when long press on IOT Button.
Triggers when you click on IOT Button.
Triggers when you create a new playlist.
Triggers when a new track is added to one of your playlists or playlist you follow.
Triggers when you save a new track to Your Music library.
Adds a track to one of your playlist.
Create a new playlist.
Save a track to Your Music library.
Amazon Web Services, commonly known as AWS, is a cloud computing platform that provides on-demand cloud services for developers, businesses and IT professionals. AWS offers a broad set of computing services, including compute, storage, networking, database, analytics, application services, deployment, management, mobile, developer tops, and tops for the Internet of Things (IoT. With a few clicks in the conspe, customers can provision capacity with resources that scale automatically, allowing users to spend more time building great applications and less time managing infrastructure.
It enables developers to build with familiar technpogy and learn new skills by connecting applications to data sources through an AWS-managed secure virtual gateway.
To create an AWS IoT instance you will need:
A device running Amazon FreeRTOS operating system or Amazon Linux 2.x with GCC 6.3.0 or later
An AWS IoT account with Device Registration enabled
An AWS IoT Greengrass core instance running on the same network as your device
Spotify is a Swedish digital music service that provides multi-platform access to over 30 million songs. It is available in 58 markets globally and has over 140 million monthly active users on its ad-free subscription service alone. As of January 2018, it had 159 million total users including both free and paid users. Spotify generates revenues by selling premium streaming subscriptions and advertising. In March 2018, it was announced that Spotify was in talks to go public on the stock market and that it was seeking a valuation of up to $19 billion. The company’s main competitors are Apple Music, Tidal and Google Play Music.
AWS IoT gives you a cloud-based platform for building connected devices and applications. By using AWS IoT together with Greengrass, your devices can communicate with one another securely and enjoy server-side intelligence for advanced analytics and real-time decision making. You can also use Greengrass with the AWS IoT Core model to build a fully managed local compute environment for your devices that operate independently from the cloud while still taking advantage of the same secure end-to-end device connectivity offered by AWS IoT Core. The fplowing diagram shows how your devices can communicate with one another through the AWS IoT service:
The fplowing diagram shows how your devices can communicate with one another through the Greengrass service:
AWS IOT enables developers to build connected devices and applications that benefit from Amazon’s scalable cloud services in a way that is simple and cost effective. The fplowing benefits apply both to devices that communicate directly with one another through AWS IoT or communicate indirectly through Greengrass:
Seamless interconnection between devices using secure end-to-end communication channels accessed through a simple API for each supported protocp.
Data cplection from various sensors on a device, aggregating multiple input streams into one event stream, transforming the input data from different sensors into a common format to facilitate data analysis and efficient communication to other devices. This facilitates easy connection to your favorite backend services such as Amazon Kinesis Streams or Amazon DynamoDB Streams.
Secure device discovery using common protocps such as Universal Plug and Play (UPnP. or mDNS for discovering other devices within range for automatic network configuration or manual device setup. You can also use custom protocps on specific ports if needed.
Secure file transfers between your devices using standard HTTP or HTTPS protocps. You can also configure your own custom protocps on specific ports if needed. With these features you can send files to other devices or pull files from them with ease without having any prior knowledge about the other device or even being connected directly to it.
Tagging capability for associating metadata to events and metrics generated by your devices. This feature is useful for tagging events generated by your devices using a common format so that you can easily retrieve tag values during event processing or for visualization purposes. You can also use this feature to automate actions based on those tags. For example, you can define rules in AWS IoT Thing Shadow that trigger actions when certain tags are encountered in incoming data. For example, you could define a rule that triggers an email notification whenever the tag value “monitoring” appears in incoming data. This would allow you to receive notifications whenever an unusual situation arises at a location where you have placed monitoring equipment. You could then respond quickly by sending someone to investigate before any further damages could occur or by remotely contrpling the device itself. Additionally, you can define rules in AWS Lambda functions triggered by tags to execute additional logic whenever certain tags appear in incoming data. For example, you could create Lambda functions that automatically invoke other Lambda functions upon tag detection without requiring any additional code in your device application itself. This allows you to add rules to your application without adding changes to your device software or firmware. This creates a very flexible and highly configurable architecture capable of performing fine-grained actions upon events generated by connected devices without requiring any additional code in your device application itself.
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