Selecting the right IoT platform

I came across this minimalistic Whitepaper on evaluating and selecting an IoT Platform (very generic without any references to actual platforms, though nice overview)

Download a copy here:

https://www.thingworx.com/resources/wp_oreilly_evaluating-choosing-iot-platform

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Part 0: Getting started with AWS IoT and Arduino (+ESP8266)

[7/June/2017]: I came across this post: https://mongoose-os.com/blog/esp8266-remote-control-via-aws-iot/ I haven’t tried it yet. Pls let me know in the comments if this worked for you.

[31/July/2016]: I’m very Sorry. I couldn’t get the ESP8266 talk with the AWS IoT platform due to the ESP’s limited ability to support TLS 1.2 which is required by AWS IoT.

http://bbs.espressif.com/viewtopic.php?t=1639

If you’re comfortable using the ESP SDK, something exciting just came up: https://github.com/SuperHouse/esp-open-rtos/pull/173 –> an MQTT example with AWS IoT + ESP8266.

I’ll wait till someone builds a wrapper/library around it.

I’ve been thinking of using the Arduino MKR1000 instead with the AWS IoT. Let’s hope this get’s done quick 🙂


Pre.Scriptum: (Edit: 21, Dec, 2015)  Amazon released the AWS IoT suite of applications and services a while back and I now feel it’ll be more helpful if we base our tutorial on the AWS IoT platform. It’s a TODO for me and hopefully I’ll have something up and running.


I’ll be doing a series of posts on getting started with building IoT applications using an AWS EC2 Instance and an Arduino with ESP8266 WiFi Module. We’ll eventually delve into Raspberry Pi, MongoDB, Node.js, Dashboards etc as  the journey continues. Continue reading “Part 0: Getting started with AWS IoT and Arduino (+ESP8266)”