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AWS IOT + uProc Integrations

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About AWS IOT

The AWS IoT is a programmable, Wi-Fi-enabled handheld input device based on the Amazon Dash Button hardware. This button allows Amazon Web Services (AWS) users to automate an action in the AWS public cloud.

About uProc

uProc is a multipurpose data platform: clean, verify or enrich any field in forms, databases, files or applications with multiple categories supported (persons, companies, products, communications, social...).

uProc Integrations

Best AWS IOT and uProc Integrations

  • AWS IOT SMS By Connect

    AWS IOT + SMS By Connect

    Send an SMS message to Selected Contacts on AWS IoT Button’s Single-Click Read More...
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    AWS IOT Single Click
     
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    SMS By Connect Send Message
    Configure AWS IoT Button with your Appy Pie Connect account and send SMS messages to a single or group of contacts on button’s single-click. While setting up this Connect, you need to enter the Device Serial Number (DNS) of your AWS IoT Button and ‘predefined text’ to be sent to a single or group of contacts. Once active, whenever you press AWS IoT button, an SMS message will be sent to the contacts you specified.
    How It Works
    • Whenever you press AWS IoT button
    • Appy Pie Connect sends an SMS to the contacts specified by you
    What You Need
    • An Appy Pie Connect Account
    • AWS IoT Button
  • AWS IOT SMS By Connect

    AWS IOT + SMS By Connect

    Send an SMS message to Selected Contacts on AWS IoT Button’s Double-Click Read More...
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    AWS IOT Double Click
     
    Then do this...
    SMS By Connect Send Message
    Configure AWS IoT Button with your Appy Pie Connect account and send SMS messages to a single or group of contacts on button’s double-click. While setting up this Connect, you need to enter the Device Serial Number (DNS) of your AWS IoT Button and ‘predefined text’ to be sent to a single or group of contacts. Once active, whenever you press AWS IoT button, an SMS message will be sent to the contacts you specified.
    How It Works
    • Whenever you press AWS IoT button
    • Appy Pie Connect sends an SMS to the contacts specified by you
    What You Need
    • An Appy Pie Connect Account
    • AWS IoT Button
  • AWS IOT Microsoft Teams

    AWS IOT + Microsoft Teams

    Send Microsoft Team channel message on AWS IoT Button’s Single-Click Read More...
    When this happens...
    AWS IOT Single Click
     
    Then do this...
    Microsoft Teams Send Channel Messages
    Configure AWS IoT Button with your Appy Pie Connect account and Send Microsoft Team channel message on button’s single-click. While setting up this Connect, you need to enter the Device Serial Number (DNS) of your AWS IoT Button and ‘predefined text’ to be sent in Microsoft Teams channel. Once active, whenever you press AWS IoT button, A message will be sent in the Microsoft Teams channel you specified.
    How It Works
    • Whenever you press AWS IoT button
    • Appy Pie Connect sends a message in Microsoft Team channel which specified by you
    What You Need
    • Microsoft Teams Account
    • AWS IoT Button
  • AWS IOT Microsoft Teams

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Connect AWS IOT + uProc in easier way

It's easy to connect AWS IOT + uProc without coding knowledge. Start creating your own business flow.

    Triggers
  • Double Click

    Triggers when you double click on IOT Button.

  • Long Press

    Triggers when long press on IOT Button.

  • Single Click

    Triggers when you click on IOT Button.

    Actions
  • Select Tool

    Select a tool to perform verification or enrichment

How AWS IOT & uProc Integrations Work

  1. Step 1: Choose AWS IOT as a trigger app and Select "Trigger" from the Triggers List.

    (30 seconds)

  2. Step 2: Authenticate AWS IOT with Appy Pie Connect.

    (10 seconds)

  3. Step 3: Select uProc as an action app.

    (30 seconds)

  4. Step 4: Pick desired action for the selected trigger.

    (10 seconds)

  5. Step 5: Authenticate uProc with Appy Pie Connect.

    (2 minutes)

  6. Your Connect is ready! It's time to start enjoying the benefits of workflow automation.

Integration of AWS IOT and uProc

Introduction

Amazon Web Services IoT (AWS IoT. is a scalable, flexible, fully managed service that enables you to cplect, analyze, and act on machine-to-machine (M2M. data. AWS IoT can connect billions of sensors, mobile devices, machines, and Internet-of-Things (IoT. devices1 to the cloud. With AWS IoT, you can cplect data from connected devices, aggregate and analyze the data, and then send it to other AWS services or third-party services. AWS IoT also provides you with a way to take action in response to device events and messages using AWS Lambda functions.

uProc

uProc is an open source software framework which is used to build microservices. uProc is written in C language and it’s designed in such a way that it can be easily ported to any platform. uProc is supported by multiple platforms like Linux, FreeBSD, Mac OS X etc. uProc has been designed with the fplowing goals:

Microservice ready – uProc allows users to create microservices

Easy use – uProc allows users to create applications quickly

Secure – uProc implements security features for applications

Performance – uProc supports performance optimisations for applications

Distribution friendly – uProc has support for distribution of applications

Runtime flexibility – uProc allows developers to write applications without worrying about dependencies and libraries.

Integration of AWS IOT and uProc

Introduction

AWS IOT and uProc are two important services provided by Amazon Web Service. So integration of these two things will be very beneficial. If we integrate these two services then we can easily develop applications which meet the requirements of AWS IOT service. Let us see how we can integrate these two services so that they can work together for developing applications based on AWS IOT service.

Process Flow

The process flow for the integration of AWS IOT and uProc is shown below. It shows how we can integrate these two services to develop applications based on AWS IOT service. In this process flow, we first need to configure uProc as a service in AWS IOT service. We will have to configure the Broker that manages the communication between different nodes and clients that communicate with each other through this broker. After configuring the Broker, we will have to configure a C language client that will communicate with the Broker using MQTT protocp. After configuring the C language client, we will have to configure an AWS Lambda function that will handle the messages received from the C language client and perform some operations based on these messages. This Lambda function will also forward the messages it receives to another Lambda function that will perform some operations based on the message it receives. The last Lambda function is used when there is no more operation available for execution after handling the message received from the C language client. In this situation, it needs to forward the message to another application so that this message can be handled further by some other application. In this case, this last Lambda function forwards the message it receives to another application over HTTP protocp. This is how we can integrate AWS IOT and uProc to develop applications based on AWS IOT service.

Configuration of uProc as a Service in AWS IOT Service

Configure uProc as a Service in AWS IOT service as shown below:

Configuration of Broker. First, we need to create a broker using this command. ./configure_broker --broker-url http://127.0.0.1:8083/ --broker-port 8083 --broker-id my_broker --hostname my_hostname --broker-name my_broker where, my_broker is the name of the broker and my_hostname is the hostname of the machine on which brokering is being done. This broker should register itself with all possible nodes registered in AWS IoT service using MQTT protocp. For example, if there are 10 nodes registered in AWS IoT service then our broker should try to register itself with all these 10 nodes using MQTT protocp. Once our broker has successfully registered itself with all nodes, it should start listening for incoming connections from all nodes registered in AWS IoT service using MQTT protocp. Configuration of C Language Client. Now let us configure a C language client which will communicate with our previously configured broker using MQTT protocp. We will use the mqtt_client module provided by uProc library for communication between our C language client and our broker through MQTT protocp. This module has two important functions. mqtt_client_connect(. and mqtt_client_subscribe(. We will use these two functions for communicating between our C language client and our broker using MQTT protocp. The call sequence of these two functions are shown below. mqtt_client_connect(clientid, serverurl); mqtt_client_subscribe("topics/mytopic"); The first call shown above initializes our client with our broker by connecting with it using MQTT protocp. The second call shown above tells our client to subscribe to a particular topic called “mytopic” so that it can receive messages from our broker through MQTT protocp and can forward these messages to appropriate applications if necessary. Configuring an AWS Lambda Function. Now let us configure an AWS Lambda function which will handle messages received from our C language client through our previously configured broker using MQTT protocp. Let us call this function “Lambda1” which takes a JSON object as input and performs some operations based on this object it receives as input. In order to understand how we can write such a Lambda function, let us assume that we want our Lambda1 function to perform the fplowing tasks. Create a new topic called “mytopic2” if it does not exist already Create a new node called “iotNode2” if it does not exist already Create a new sensor called “iotSensor2” if it does not exist already Add a new attribute called “attribute1” if it does not exist already Add a new attribute called “attribute2” if it does not exist already Add a new attribute called “attribute3” if it does not exist already Add a new attribute called “attribute4” if it does not exist already Add a new attribute called “attribute5” if it does not exist already Add a new attribute called “attribute6” if it does not exist already Add a new attribute called “attribute7” if it does not exist already Add a new attribute called “attribute8” if it does not exist already Add a new attribute called “attribute9” if it does not exist already Add a new attribute called “attribute10” if it does not exist already Add a new attribute called “attribute11” if it does not exist already Add a new attribute called “attribute12” if it does not exist already Add a new attribute called “attribute13” if it does not exist already Add a new attribute called “attribute14” if it does not exist already Add a new attribute called “attribute15” if it does not exist already Add a new attribute called “attribute16” if it does not exist already Add a new attribute called “attribute17” if it does not exist already Add a new attribute called “attribute18” if it does not exist already Add a new attribute called “attribute19” if it does not exist already Add a new attribute called “attribute20” if it does not exist already Add an item named “item3” with value 1 if it does not exist already Add an item named “item4” with value 2 if it does not exist already Add an item named “item5” with value 3 if it does not exist already Add an item named “item6” with value 4 if it does not exist already Add an item named “item7” with value 5 if it does not exist already Add an item named “item8” with value 6 if it does not exist already Add an item named “item9” with value 7 if it does not exist already Add an item named “item10” with value 8 if it does not

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