Nowadays, I’m focused on using AWS IoT MQTT over websockets to interact with IoT devices real-time on the browser. When use MQTT on a browser, the browser is actually being an MQTT client to subscribe messages from the broker. But when the broker is AWS IoT, it’s not easy like connecting to a “plain” broker (like iot.eclipse.org)
Are you using AWS Elastic Load Balancers (ELB) or Elastic Beanstalk (EB) and want to decide just one root url with domain and redirect other URL’s to that? We’ll have a look at that to do on AWS. It’s a vital thing to avoid confusion about accessing your web app.
You’ve several IoT devices in your home and now you want to know how to secure your IoT devices? Here is some security best practices for IoT devices. Obviously, IoT security is not a thing that can be covered in only a blog post. So, we start a series of articles. I’ll try to mention about my experiences, as an IoT solutions architect.
IoT application development doesn’t dissociate from a typical backend development process. But the approach is. Be careful about we’re talking for physical “things” and this makes a lot of sense. Here are my notes and best practices about developing an IoT Architecture as an IoT Solutions Architect. I’ll give examples for each layer for on-premise, for AWS or other public clouds.