IoT



Amazon Steps Up IoT Ambitions with AWS IoT Managed Cloud Platform Launch



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Report Summary:

It has only been 5 months since Amazon purchased 2lemetry and its ThingFabric platform, which added an IoT middleware and management cloud software layer to Amazon’s portfolio. Now Amazon has formally unveiled its new AWS (Amazon Web Services) IoT cloud platform, built on that acquisition and integrated into the AWS infrastructure, which allows customers to connect and manage devices at scale, powering applications that process, analyse, and act on IoT data on global scale.

 This report will take a look at AWS IoT managed cloud platform and evaluate what the IoT market implications might be from the announcement.


Table of Contents

1. Executive Summary 4

2. AWS IoT Platform Overview 6
2.1 AWS IoT Platform Elements 6
2.1.1 AWS IoT Device SDK 6
2.1.2 Device Gateway 6
2.1.3 Authentication and Authorization 7
2.1.4 Registry 7
2.1.5 Device Shadows 8
2.1.6 Rules Engine 9

3. Pricing 10
3.1 Pricing by Region 10
3.1.1 Pricing Example 1 10
3.1.2 Pricing Example 2 11
3.1.3 Pricing Example 3 11

4. Case Studies 12
4.1 Philips 12
4.2 NASA and JPL 12
4.3 Diversey Care 12
4.4 Rachio 12
4.5 LinkNYC 13

5. Conclusions 14
5.1 Competitive Environment Snapshot 16
5.2 AWS IoT Implications on Market Development 17

6. Contact the author of this report: 19

Exhibits
Figure 1: AWS IoT Platform Architecture 8
Figure 2: Connected Car Example using AWS IoT and Amazon S3 and QuickSight 14
Figure 3: AWS IoT Secure Authentication Framework 15
Figure 4: The IoT Value Chain 16
Figure 5: IoT Revenue Percentages by Product, Service Type 2015 - 2020 18

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