1. Google Cloud looks to streamline IoT management
2/28/2018 1:12:41 PM
Google Cloud looks to streamline IoT management
Cloud IoT Management,IoT Management Solution,IoT Data Streaming
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Google Cloud looks to streamline IoT management

Google Cloud looks to streamline IoT management



Richard Harris Richard Harris in IoT Wednesday, February 28, 2018
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Cloud based IoT management solution has been released by Google.

Google has announced that their Cloud IoT Core, a fully managed service to help securely connect and manage IoT devices at scale, is now generally available. With Cloud IoT Core, you can easily connect and centrally manage millions of globally dispersed connected devices. When used as part of the broader Google Cloud IoT solution, you can ingest all your IoT data and connect to analytics and machine learning services to gain actionable insights.

This general availability release incorporates an important new feature: You can now publish data streams from the IoT Core protocol bridge to multiple Cloud Pub/Sub topics, simplifying deployments. For example, imagine you have a device that publishes multiple types of data, such as temperature, humidity and logging data. By directing these data streams to their own individual Pub/Sub topics, you can eliminate the need to separate the data into different categories after publishing.

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