This document contains information about the IoT service supported in Handel. This Handel service currently provisions IoT topic rules that can invoke things like Lambda functions.
This Handel service is quite new, and as such doesn’t support all of IoT yet. In particular, the following are not supported:
- Creating IoT Things.
- Creating IoT Certificates.
- Creating IoT Policies.
|type||string||Yes||This must always be iot for this service type.|
|description||string||No||AWS IoT rule created by Handel||The description you would like to be applied to the IoT rule.|
Example Handel File¶
The following example shows setting up an IoT topic rule to produce to a Lambda:
version: 1 name: my-topic-rule environments: dev: topicrule: type: iot event_consumers: - service_name: function sql: "select * from 'something';" function: type: lambda path_to_code: . handler: index.handler runtime: nodejs6.10
Depending on this service¶
The IoT service cannot currently be specified as a dependency by any other services. It is currently only functioning as an event producer for other services such as Lambda.
Events produced by this service¶
The IoT service can produce events to the following service types:
Event consumer parameters¶
When specifying event consumers on the IoT service, you may specify the following parameters:
|service_name||string||Yes||This is the name of the service in your Handel file to which you would like to produce events.|
|sql||string||Yes||This is where you specify the IoT-compatible SQL statement that will cause your rule to fire.|
|description||string||No||AWS IoT rule created by Handel.||The description for the topic rule payload.|
|rule_disabled:||boolean||No||false||This defines whether the topic rule is currently enabled or disabled.|
Events consumed by this service¶
The IoT service cannot currently consume events from other services.