Supported actions - AWS IoT Events

Supported actions

AWS IoT Events can trigger actions when it detects a specified event or transition event. You can define built-in actions to use a timer or set a variable, or send data to other AWS resources.

Note

When you define an action in a detector model, you can use expressions for parameters that are string data type. For more information, see Expressions.

AWS IoT Events supports the following actions that let you use a timer or set a variable:

AWS IoT Events supports the following actions that let you work with AWS services:

  • iotTopicPublish to publish a message on an MQTT topic.

  • iotEvents to send data to AWS IoT Events as an input value.

  • iotSiteWise to send data to an asset property in AWS IoT SiteWise.

  • dynamoDB to send data to an Amazon DynamoDB table.

  • dynamoDBv2 to send data to an Amazon DynamoDB table.

  • firehose to send data to an Amazon Kinesis Data Firehose stream.

  • lambda to invoke an AWS Lambda function.

  • sns to send data as a push notification.

  • sqs to send data to an Amazon SQS queue.