aws iot core thing provisioning

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I have a certificate generated by AWS IoT Core. I have a thing group created by AWS IoT Core. Certificates and thing groups are linked. A policy is also configured. However, the thing is not registered. I pass the certificate generated by AWS IoT Core to the device developer. Is there a way for device developers to register things in AWS IoT Core through the passed certificate?

If I create only thing groups and certificates without registering things, I hope the thing requested by the device developer to be registered is included in the thing group. Is there any way to register things like this? thank you

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Hi. This page of the device provisioning whitepaper covers your options: https://docs.aws.amazon.com/whitepapers/latest/device-manufacturing-provisioning/provisioning-identity-in-aws-iot-core-for-device-connections.html

More information here: https://docs.aws.amazon.com/iot/latest/developerguide/iot-provision.html

Is there a way for device developers to register things in AWS IoT Core through the passed certificate?

JITP/JITR is kind of a fit, but you need your own CA. The device certificate is registered (and the Thing is created) in IoT Core when the device connects the first time.

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