How to Create an MQTT Broker With CloudMQTT

How to Create an MQTT Broker With CloudMQTT



Cloudmqtt provides cloud based MQTT brokers that are available 24/7 and from anywhere in the world.
Using a cloud broker not only means that you have access from anywhere but also it is much easier to setup and manage than using a virtual server

In this tutorial we look at Creating an MQTT Broker With CloudMQTT using the free hosting plan.
You should note that the free plan is no longer available.

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8 thoughts on “How to Create an MQTT Broker With CloudMQTT

  1. Hi, thanks for putting this up. The 'cute cat' subscription is out of stock on cloudmqtt. Any other similar service you receommend? Thank you, Rushi

  2. i have created instance there same as you. But How to create topic name there like Sensor1? or instance name itself is topic name?

  3. I, for one, will not ever use any 'cloud' service, though I respect other user's choice in this matter. My complaint a technology world where users are constantly told their information and transactions are kept private and not shared – whereupon many (if not all) of these cloud services do not adhere to their promises. Exceptionally dangerous are these kewl talk-to gizmos connected to leading cloud services; the lure of said services harvesting from the massive flow of user traffic is far too attractive to remain untouched. It's absurd to think cloud providers will tell advertisers (who lust after the harvested data), "oh, no, we won't accept your millions of dollars to give you private user data". And money need not be a driving factor. If the executives of a cloud service embrace a certain socio-political ideology, then it follows that service will leverage their harvested user data to ferret out 'bad-think' – or pass on certain user info to organizations or governments who ARE interested in 'hate'. I've read ToS & Privacy for Cloudmqtt… Have you? Even with this tiny service, the fine print is not acceptable to my tastes. Thanks.

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