FreeRTOS AWS Reference Integrations
This repo uses Git Submodules to bring in dependent components.
Note: If you download the ZIP file provided by GitHub UI, you will not get the contents of the submodules. (The ZIP file is also not a valid git repository)
If using Windows, set
core.symlinks to true since copying a directory with symlinks may cause hangups:
git config --global core.symlinks true
To clone using HTTPS:
git clone https://github.com/aws/amazon-freertos.git --recurse-submodules
git clone firstname.lastname@example.org:aws/amazon-freertos.git --recurse-submodules
If you have downloaded the repo without using the
--recurse-submodules argument, you need to run:
git submodule update --init --recursive
Important branches to know
master --> Development is done continuously on this branch
release --> Fully tested released source code
release-candidate --> Preview of upcoming release
feature/* --> Alpha/beta of an upcoming feature
For more information on FreeRTOS, refer to the Getting Started section of FreeRTOS webpage.
To directly access the Getting Started Guide for supported hardware platforms, click the corresponding link in the Supported Hardware section below.
For detailed documentation on FreeRTOS, refer to the FreeRTOS User Guide.
AWS Collection of Metrics
The demos that connect to AWS IoT report metrics to AWS about the operating system, and the MQTT client library used by sending a specially formatted string in the username field of the MQTT CONNECT packet. These metrics help AWS IoT improve security and provide better technical support. Providing these metrics is optional for users, and these can be disabled by updating the following configuration macros in the
#define AWS_IOT_METRICS_STRING NULL #define AWS_IOT_METRICS_STRING_LENGTH 0U
The format of the username string with metrics is:
- Actual_Username is the actual username used for authentication (if a username/password is used for authentication).
- OS_Name is the Operating System the application is running on.
- OS_Version is the version number of the Operating System.
- MQTT_Library_name is the MQTT Client library being used.
- MQTT_Library_version is the version of the MQTT Client library being used.
FreeRTOS Qualified Boards
For a complete list of boards that have been qualified for FreeRTOS by AWS Partners, please visit the AWS Partner Device Catalog
In addition, AWS supports the following boards with FreeRTOS Build Integration and maintains them with each release:
- Texas Instruments - CC3220SF-LAUNCHXL.
- STMicroelectronics - STM32L4 Discovery kit IoT node.
- NXP - LPC54018 IoT Module,
- Espressif - ESP32-DevKitC, ESP-WROVER-KIT, ESP32-WROOM-32SE
- Infineon - Infineon XMC4800 IoT Connectivity Kit, Optiga TrustX
- Xilinx - Xilinx Zynq-7000 based MicroZed Industrial IoT Bundle
- MediaTek - MediaTek MT7697Hx Development Kit
- Renesas - Renesas Starter Kit+ for RX65N-2MB
- Cypress CYW54907 - Cypress CYW954907AEVAL1F Evaluation Kit
- Cypress CYW43907 - Cypress CYW943907AEVAL1F Evaluation Kit
- Cypress PSoC 64 - PSoC 64 Standard Secure AWS Wi-Fi Bluetooth Pioneer Kit
- NXP MW320 - MW320 AWS IoT Starter Kit
- NXP MW322 - MW322 AWS IoT Starter Kit
- Nordic nRF52840 DK - nRF52840 DK Development kit
- Nuvoton - NuMaker-IoT-M487
- Windows Simulator - To evaluate FreeRTOS without using MCU-based hardware, you can use the Windows Simulator.
./projects folder contains the IDE test and demo projects for each vendor and their boards. The majority of boards can be built with both IDE and cmake (there are some exceptions!). Please refer to the Getting Started Guides above for board specific instructions.
Mbed TLS License
This repository uses Mbed TLS under Apache 2.0