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Use Of Cloud IoT Core

Use IoT Core to create a registry Use IoT Core to create a device Use Stackdriver Logging to view device logs Enable APIs In this section, you check that all the APIs you will use in this lab are enabled. In the GCP Console, on the Navigation menu (), click APIs & Services. Scroll down and confirm that your APIs are enabled. Cloud IoT API Cloud Pub/Sub API Container Registry API If an API is disabled, click Enable APIs and services at the top, search for the API by name, and enable it for your project. Make sure you are in the correct Qwiklabs project. … Continue reading Use Of Cloud IoT Core

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Using Pubsub to publish messages

Google Cloud Pub/Sub is a messaging service for exchanging event data among applications and services. A producer of data publishes messages to a Cloud Pub/Sub topic. A consumer creates a subscription to that topic. Subscribers either pull messages from a subscription or are configured as webhooks for push subscriptions. Every subscriber must acknowledge each message within a configurable window of time. the GCP console opens in this tab.Note: You can view the menu with a list of GCP Products and Services by clicking the Navigation menu at the top-left, next to “Google Cloud Platform”.  The Google Cloud Shell Activate Google Cloud Shell Google … Continue reading Using Pubsub to publish messages

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IOT Sensors and connections

A sensor is a module that observes changes in its environment and sends information about these changes to a device. Devices collect data from sensors and send it to the cloud. Devices can be very small and have very few resources in terms of compute, storage, and so on. They might be able to communicate only through networks that cannot reach a cloud platform directly, such as over Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE). Standard devices are more likely to resemble small computers and may have the ability to store, process, and analyze data before sending it to the cloud. There are … Continue reading IOT Sensors and connections


Security is critical when deploying and managing an IoT network. Cloud IoT Core has several security features to protect your IoT network. Devices are authenticated individually. Which means if there is an attack on your IoT network it is limited to one device and not the whole fleet. There are four public key formats available for devices: RS256 and RSA256_X509, and ES256 and ES256_X509. You specify the key format when creating the device. You can also define an expiration time for each device credential (public key). After it expires, the key is ignored but not automatically deleted. If you don’t … Continue reading IOT in GCP

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Cloud IOT Core

Cloud IoT Core is a fully managed service that allows you to easily and securely connect, manage, and ingest data from millions of globally dispersed devices. Cloud IoT Core, in combination with other services on Google Cloud platform, provides a complete solution for collecting, processing, analyzing, and visualizing IoT data in real time to support improved operational efficiency. You will transmit telemetry messages from a device and the device will respond to configuration changes from a server based on real-time data. The devices in this system publish temperature data to their telemetry feeds, and a server consumes the telemetry data … Continue reading Cloud IOT Core

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Building an IoT Analytics Pipeline on Google Cloud Platform step by step

let’s start with the definition of IoT: The term Internet of Things (IoT) refers to the interconnection of physical devices with the global Internet. These devices are equipped with sensors and networking hardware, and each is globally identifiable. Taken together, these capabilities … Continue reading Building an IoT Analytics Pipeline on Google Cloud Platform step by step