MQTT test client

I am following the tutorial (Messages | The Things Stack for LoRaWAN) to do MQTT test client, but this tutorial is in Oct. 2020. AWS changes something. I try to get the data from ttn to was. See nothing. Would you please give me some advice?
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I am not sure what is the topic name on AWS MQTT test client part and the lorawan/# in the tutorial. Does the lorawan is the topic name? or it is the ThingTypeName I write by creating the stack? I tried, but can’t get what I want.
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how can I see the data from TTN v3.

What is your aim with AWS? Storage, processing or … with your data?

Tell us a bit more.

Johan, Thank you for your kind reply.
We want to upload data and show them on AWS. After integrating AWS and iot, I will build a dashboard on AWS. So we can see the real-time data(temperature, etc.) collected by sensors. And we also want to do some process, for example, when the temperature lower than 0 ℃, the dashboard would send out an alert.

The simplest way is to have a EC2 with node-red and then you can us RDS DB or Dynamo DB.

Then you just need to MQTT in Node-RED [HowTo] and then push the date to the DB and recall it from there and build a dashboard with node-red

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Thank you so much! I am newer with AWS and IoT, why don’t you recommend using Amazon QuickSight but recommend node-red?

You can still use Amazon QuickSight as the front end, I just find for the back end EC2 with node-red and RDS easy to manipulate (Decode ect) my data.

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Okay, thank you very much!!!

You can also use Grafana to display your data and send alerts via email, telegram etc.

It does not have the AI thought that QuickSight have.

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It looks wonderful. That is what I really want. You helped me a lot! :smiley:

Hi, Johan
I have finished EC2 with node-red, store ttn data in DynamoDB, MQTT in node-red. Can you give me some instructions on how call data from DynamoDB to node-red?

Did you install Grafana?

no, I just use node-red.

I use actually RDS an d Grafana.

Look at this it might help you.

thank you, Johan
I solved the node-red problem, I will also keep your approach. A nice experience here.