22 Apr '17, 8am

MQTT and CoAP: Underlying Protocols for the IoT

MQTT and CoAP: Underlying Protocols for the IoT

CoAP is a client/server protocol and provides a one-to-one “request/report” interaction model with accommodations for multi-cast, although multi-cast is still in the early stages of IETF standardization. Unlike MQTT, which has been adapted to IoT needs from a decades-old protocol, the IETF specified CoAP from the outset to support IoT with lightweight messaging for constrained devices operating in a constrained environment. CoAP is designed to interoperate with HTTP and the RESTful Web through simple proxies, making it natively compatible to the Internet.

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