This guide contains all the information you need to assemble your own commercial developer kit and begin programming it with the Intel® IoT Developer Kit. You'll use:
- An Intel® IoT Gateway as your target platform
- Intel® IoT Gateway Software Suite as your target operating system
- C/C++ or Java*, or possibly Node-RED*, as your programming language
- Intel® System Studio IoT Edition as your IDE
After you set up your gateway, you can also connect and send data to popular cloud platforms, including:
- Amazon Web Services (AWS)*
- Google Cloud Network*
- IBM Watson IoT*
- Microsoft Azure*
This guide assumes you are programming your target platform with the Intel System Studio IoT Edition, not the Intel® System Studio. The Intel System Studio does not support Intel IoT Gateway Software Suite as a target operating system, but it does support Ubuntu*. Steps to get started with an Intel IoT Gateway and Ubuntu are included below.
If you are looking for instructions for programming with a different gateway, target operating system, or programming language, see one of the following:
See this documentation...
|Starting as quickly and easily as possible (prototyping)|
|An Intel IoT Gateway that isn't the MinnowBoard Turbot*, such as the Intel® NUC||
With Ubuntu as your target OS
|With Intel IoT Gateway Software Suite as your target OS|
|With Wind River Pulsar Linux as your target OS|
|In Java* with the Intel IoT Gateway Software Suite|
|In Java with Ubuntu|
And send your data up to the cloud
Otherwise, continue to get started with your gateway.