AWS Serverless IoT (Embedded-IoT)
Wednesday, 28 December 2022

Subtitled "Inexpensive IoT Projects to take you from Zero to AWS IoT Hero" this is a friendly and approachable guide to getting started with IoT centric services on the AWS cloud, either using a real hardware device like the ESP32, ESP8266, or the Raspberry Pi or one of the free virtual devices explained in the book like MQTT.fx, a Bash script, or the MQTT test client to publish IoT data to AWS IoT Core. Steve Borsay covers various AWS IoT centric services such as IoT Core, Lambda, S3, QuickSight, SageMaker, API Gateway, DynamoDB, Timestream, WebSockets, IoT Analytics, as well as other AWS services.



Author: Steve Borsay
Publisher: Embedded IoT
Date: October 2022
Pages: 482
ISBN: 978-8986787817
Kindle: B0B9P325F7
Audience: General
Level: Introductory/Intermediate
Category: Hardware platforms


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