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Build your own IoT platform : develop a fully flexible and scalable Internet of Things platform in 24 hours /

Anand Tamboli.

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Author: Tamboli, Anand
Published: [New York, NY] : Apress, [2019]
Topics: Internet of things.
Genres: Electronic books.
Online Access: SpringerLink - Full text online
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504 |aIncludes bibliographical references and index.
505 0 |aIntro; Table of Contents; About the Author; About the Technical Reviewer; Acknowledgments; Introduction; Chapter 1: So... You Want to Build Your Own!; The Background of IoT and Our Focus; How Many Platforms Are Out There?; Platforms Supporting Network Servicing; Platforms Sitting Between Networks and Applications; Application-Layer Development Platforms; What Should a Good IoT Platform Have?; Why Should You Build Your Own IoT Platform?; Summary; Chapter 2: The Building Blocks of an IoT Solution; The Functional Blocks of an IoT Solution; The Detailed Block Diagram of an IoT Platform
505 8 |aEdge Interface, Message Broker, and Message BusMessage Router and Communication Management; Time-Series Storage and Data Management; Rule Engine; The REST API Interface; Microservices; Device Manager; Application and User Management; Is Everything from this Block Architecture Mandatory?; What Is the Proposed Approach?; Summary; Chapter 3: The Essentials for Building Your Own Platform; Deciding Cloud Instance Specifics; Additional Specifications; Where Do We Get this Cloud Instance?; What About Our Own Machine?; Expanding on the IoT Platform Block Diagram
505 8 |aEdge Interface, Message Broker, and Message BusMessage Router and Communications Management; Time-Series Storage and Data Management; REST API Interface; Microservices; Rule Engine; Device Manager and Application Manager; Our Own IoT Plat form Block Diagram; Summary; Chapter 4: Let's Create Our Platform Wish List; Connecting with the Platform in Real Time; Using MQTT as the Message Broker; How Do We Want to Store the Data?; Data Storage Schema; Accessing Platform Resources Through APIs; Data Accessing APIs; Elementary Microservices and Utilities; Routing and Filtering Data and Messages
505 8 |aUpdated Block Diagram of Our IoT PlatformSummary; Chapter 5: Here We Go!; Initializing the Cloud Instance; Register and Create; Choosing an Operating System Image; Choosing the Size; Choosing a Datacenter Region; Finalizing and Creating the Instance; Connecting to Our Cloud Instance; Installing Basic Software Stacks; Installing Apache; Installing MySQL; Installing PHP; Securing the Instance and Software; It's Easier with a Domain Name; Add Virtual Hosts to Our Web Server; Installing SSL Certificates; Installing Node.js and Node-RED; Modifying Node-RED Settings; Securing our Node-RED Editor
520 |aChapter 6: The Message Broker; What Is MQTT?; Publish and Subscribe Paradigm; Other Features of a Message Broker and MQTT; Quality of Service; Keep Alive Period; Last Will and Testament; The Retained Message; The Best Part: WebSocket; Are We Using the Best Message Broker Option?; When to Utilize a Message Broker and When Not To; Installing a Message Broker; Securing a Message Broker; Summary; Chapter 7: Building the Critical Components; Creating a Time-Series Core Database; Installing Required Nodes in Node-RED; Creating First Flow for Our Platform; Adding MQTT Publish Capability
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