The first thing we'll do is get set up with the third-party services used in the video. If you don't want to recreate our Industrial IoT application, but want to learn how to use Temboo to generate M2M code for a different application scenario, you can skip to the next section to get started setting up your gateway device.
1Before you get started, you'll need a Temboo account. If you don't already have one, you can sign up for free now.
2If our gateway device senses that our fabrication platform is off-balance, it will trigger SMS alerts via Twilio's telephony API. You can create a free Twilio account here.
3When you register with Twilio, you'll be given a Twilio phone number, along with the Account SID and Auth Token. Make sure to use the Account SID and Auth Token from your Twilio Dashboard, shown below, as opposed to the test credentials from the Dev Tools panel.
A Twilio Account SID and Auth Token in the Twilio dashboard
4You'll also need a PagerDuty account, which one of our edges will use to send alerts when it senses the presence of foreign objects. You can create a PagerDuty account here.
5Once you've created your PagerDuty account, retrieve your PagerDuty API key from the Configuration > Services menu - you'll need it later in this tutorial.
The API Settings menu on the PagerDuty dashboard
6Finally, you'll need an account with Zendesk, so that one of our edges can send service requests to its manufacturer when it senses unwanted vibrations. You can create a Zendesk account on their registration page.