Connect your LoRaWAN devices with The Things Stack from your AWS account

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December 7, 2020
By The Things Industries

We have ported functionality of our stack to AWS Cloud. This means you can work with The Things Stack comfortably out of your AWS account, so you can deploy our services fast, and work from familiar interfaces.

NEW: AWS IoT Core integration

A serverless architecture allows you to manage devices and process data in AWS IoT Core, simply launched through a CloudFormation Template. Even better is that the integration features end-to-end encryption of your LoRaWAN payloads, as session keys are sent to AWS IoT directly. Some of the key features:

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WEBINAR: Supercharging your LoRaWAN deployment with AWS

Learn how to setup The Things Stack with AWS IoT Core to get serverless, end-to-end encrypted LoRaWAN messaging and device management from within you AWS account. Get a live demo of the solution and discover the successful applications to start building your LoRaWAN network from your AWS account.

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NEW: AWS Marketplace SaaS and ECS template

The Things Stack can be 'consumed' inside your AWS account. So you are compliant with your company's security and procurement policies. We offer 3 launchers of our stack on AWS: via SaaS subscription (available early Dec), Amazon Machine Image and Bring-Your-Own-License (BYOL) ECS template. Visit our listing page Or Contact us for more info enter image description here

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Still have questions? Get in touch at info@thethingsindustries.com, we would be happy to support you in your IoT projects.

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