Consider that you have an office in a certain city. You have special assets within the office, so you don't allow people to come without your permission. Each person that comes to your office you will ask about their identity and purpose. If you feel that they have a vague identity, you can prevent them from coming to your office. This situation can be applied in AWS IoT.
Amazon AWS IoT applies identity and security to all IoT devices that want to access AWS IoT resources. All IoT devices should be registered to AWS IoT Management Console. You can perform this task using a browser and navigating to https://console.aws.amazon.com/iot. In the
Manage section in the left-hand menu, you can add your IoT devices. You can see the AWS IoT Management Console in the following screenshot. AWS will charge based on the number of registered IoT devices:
The task of registering IoT devices has already been covered in Chapter 1, Getting Started with AWS IoT, and you...