Broadcast Date: April 21, 2021
The technology landscape and IoT ecosystem continue to evolve rapidly. Customers have new opportunities and decisions to make as they explore ways to improve and optimize their connected device architecture and platform for managing IoT devices. Customers are finding the choices that were made at the beginning of their IoT platform journey may not be the same choices they would make today. They may have built their own IoT platform infrastructure or are relying on a third party IoT platform that is expensive, difficult to manage, or isn’t performing at scale. As their fleet of connected devices continue to expand, so does the complexity of building and maintaining a legacy IoT platform, which can raise operational costs and often impacts their ability to drive innovation at the pace their users expect. Additionally, they run the risk of unforeseen scaling issues which can make it difficult to grow from thousands to millions of connected devices. This tech talk will help customers understand the benefits of migrating their connected devices and IoT platforms to AWS IoT, how they can quickly and easily plan and execute a migration strategy, and showcase how Belkin successfully migrated to AWS IoT Core and FreeRTOS for their WEMO smart home automation products.
- Learn about AWS IoT’s industry-leading solutions for consumer and commercial connected device use cases
- Understand how customers such as Belkin have successfully migrated to AWS IoT
- See how AWS can help customers more quickly and easily plan and execute a connected device migration strategy
Who Should Attend?
IoT Architects, Head of/VP of Connected Product Development, VP/Director of Technology, CTO, CIO at: Consumer device manufacturers, Consumer electronics manufacturers, Consumer IoT solution providers, Commercial IoT solutions providers, commercial IoT developers
- Lowry Snow, Worldwide IoT GTM Lead, Consumer IoT, AWS
- Matthew Stanlake, Head of Americas - IoT Solutions Architects, AWS
- Daniel Ku, Director of Cloud Development, Belkin
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