Amazon Web Services introduces 4 new services for IoT applications

Amazon Web Services introduces 4 new services for IoT applications

US e-commerce leader Amazon's subsidiary Amazon Web Services (AWS) on Tuesday introduced four services and capabilities to from it easier to ingest information from edge devices and build wealthy Internet of Things (IoT) Applications.

Customers tell us they require to pay less time on the undifferentiated heavy lifting of obtaining different devices and services to figure together and more time innovating on full-featured IoT applications, asks Dirk Didascalou, Vice President IoT, AWS.

We are giving customers tools that take away the value and complexness of building applications at the sting with rich data sources to drive higher business decision-making. This frees them up to pay time innovating in their core business, rather than writing code to connect devices and applications and to ingest unjust sensor device data, Didascalou added.

Among the 4 services is AWS IoT SiteWise that may be a new managed service that collects, structures, and searches IoT application data from industrial facility devices and uses it to analyse instrumentation and method performance data. 

The other 3 services are AWS IoT Events, AWS IoT Things Graph and also the AWS IoT Greengrass Connectors. 

AWS IoT Events may be a managed IoT service that produces it easier to discover and answer changes indicated by IoT sensors and applications, like as malfunctioning instrumentation or a stuck conveyor belt, and mechanically trigger actions or alerts. 

AWS IoT application Things Graph is a new service that produces it easer to make IoT applications with little or no code by connecting completely different devices and Cloud services, like linking humidity sensors devices to sprinklers to weather information services to make an agricultural application, through a visible drag-and-drop interface. 

AWS IoT Greengrass Connectors offers developers the flexibility to attach third-party applications like ServiceNow for service management, on-premises software system like Splunk for log analytics, and AWS services like Amazon response for information ingest via common Cloud Application Programming Interfaces.
With this ability, developers can simply add a lot of options like location-based services, renewal, industrial processing, alarm and communication  messaging, repair and maintenance, logistics, and more, while not writing code, AWS asks.