Amazon IoT Device Management
Onboard, organize, monitor, and remotely manage connected devices at scale
What is Amazon IoT Device Management
As many IoT deployments consist of hundreds of thousands to millions of devices, it is essential to track, monitor, and manage connected device fleets. You need to ensure your scale and diversity of IoT devices work properly and securely after they have been deployed. You also need to secure access to your devices, monitor health, detect and remotely troubleshoot problems, and manage software and firmware updates.
Amazon IoT Device Management makes it easy to securely onboard, organize, monitor, and remotely manage IoT devices at scale. With Amazon IoT Device Management, you can register your connected devices individually or in bulk, and easily manage permissions so that devices remain secure. You can also organize your devices, monitor and troubleshoot device functionality, query the state of any IoT device in your fleet, and send firmware updates over-the-air (OTA). Amazon IoT Device Management is agnostic to device type and OS, so you can manage devices from constrained microcontrollers to connected cars all with the same service. Amazon IoT Device Management allows you to scale your fleets and reduce the cost and effort of managing large and diverse IoT device deployments.
Benefits of Using Amazon IoT Device Management
Fast Device Onboarding
Simple IoT Device Organization
Locate Connected Devices Quickly
Easy Remote Device Management
How it works
Amazon IoT Device Management helps you register, organize, monitor, and remotely manage IoT devices at scale. Amazon IoT Device Management integrates with Amazon IoT Core to easily connect devices to the cloud and other devices so you can remotely manage your fleet. Amazon IoT Device Defender audits and monitors fleets and sends alerts if there are deviations from what you have defined as normal behavior for each device. If you determine that you need to take an action based on an alert, you can use Amazon IoT Device Management to take mitigating actions such as pushing security fixes. You can also easily send over-the-air (OTA) updates to your Amazon IoT Greengrass or FreeRTOS devices, such as the latest Amazon IoT Greengrass software version or a new firmware update for your FreeRTOS device.
When to Use Amazon IoT Device Management
Amazon IoT Device Management is critical across industrial, consumer, and commercial applications such as industrial and connected home. With Amazon IoT Device Management, customers can manage large and diverse device fleets such as operational technology systems, machines, cameras, appliances, vehicles, and more.
Amazon IoT Device Management enables you to connect large and diverse industrial device fleets quickly and remotely manage and monitor connected devices deployed across multiple industrial sites. You can monitor usage and performance metrics for devices across industrial sectors such as manufacturing, oil & gas, and mining. AWAmazon S IoT Device Management also allows you to monitor metadata and policy changes with service alerts so you are informed about any adjustments to your devices' configuration.
With Amazon IoT Device Management, you can control the deployment speed of your over-the-air (OTA) updates to consumer devices already in the field such as connected light bulbs or WiFi routers. You can send an update to ensure devices are running the latest software and push bug fixes or firmware updates to patch security vulnerabilities and improve device functionality. You can also create a continuous job that updates your devices to the latest firmware upon first activation.
Amazon IoT Device Management makes it easy to group your device fleet into a hierarchical structure based on function, security requirements, or any other category for your business. You can group all sensors in a room, group all rooms on the same floor, and group all floors within a building. With fleet indexing, you can understand the state of any connected device and perform actions across multiple devices at once. You can use bulk provisioning to register and quickly onboard a fleet of devices to be deployed at a new building or worksite.