At ThingForward, we are exploring different cloud providers' varied functions for IoT applications. Today we will zoom into Amazon IoT Core. Amazon is leading the cloud market for more than 10 years now, thanks to its enterprise-ready solutions and powerful database services.
Many embedded maker projects involve HTTP or MQTT communication and more often the question arises if one can secure that communication in an easy way. The answer can be tricky and heavily depends on the hardware and the OS or embedded framework being used. In this post we'll take a look at the ESP32 using the Arduino framework, and its capabilities regarding TLS.
Today we’re starting our latest tech blog series, this time about IT-Security related topics. We plan not to use any known vulnerabilities or flaws but instead we’ll present new discoveries made by our team. As well as this, we’ll be exploring areas which aren’t well documented or often talked about. With this in mind, this post will be focusing on the subject of Zero Rating.
Many developers see debugging as an essential feature within the software development process. The ability to stop a program at a given point and look into all internals can be very helpful to track down bugs and understand inner workings of libraries and data states. Debugging embedded targets can be a bit tricky: Typically one needs hardware debuggers, and the combination of IDE, debugger and probe needs to be configured, swapping out one target for another typically means reconfiguration and so on.
The Internet of Things is coming and different cloud service providers are offering multiple tools for IoT applications. These tools simplify implementations of connecting sensors/devices, data storage and real time data visualisation. When we reap the benefits of these services, IoT applications become more efficient, traceable and controllable.