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Category: Amazon Simple Workflow Service

AWS Flow Framework for Ruby for the Simple Workflow Service

The Amazon Simple Workflow Service (SWF) lets you build scalable, event-driven systems that coordinate work across many machines that can be either cloud-based or on-premises. The service handles coordination, logging, and auditing so that you don’t need to write a bunch of glue code or to maintain your own state machines. Instead, you can focus […]

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New Locations and Features for the Amazon Simple Workflow Service

The Amazon Simple Workflow Service is a workflow service that you can use to build scalable, resilient applications. You can automate business processes, manage complex cloud applications, or sequence some genes. Today we are making the Simple Workflow Service available in additional AWS Regions. We are also adding additional support for AWS Identity and Access […]

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New – Amazon Simple Workflow Recipes

We launched Amazon Simple Workflow (SWF) earlier this year, introducing a service designed to help developers automate the coordination of work in applications for better scalability and performance. Coordination of work in an application becomes particularly onerous for developers to build when the application needs to manage high volume and/or multiple streams of work concurrently […]

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The AWS Report – Balan Subramanian, Amazon Simple Workflow Service

For today’s episode of The AWS Report, I chatted with Balan Subramanian, Product Manager for the Amazon Simple Workflow Service. We discussed the Simple Workflow concept, and how it is possible to use it to build scalable, fault-tolerant application workflows. We started out easy, with the “hello world” of workflows; Balan told me how it […]

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NASA and AWS – Curiosity has Landed!

If you are like me, you spent this past Sunday afternoon looking forward to the landing of the Curiosity rover on Mars. I was able to wrest the remote control away from my family and change to NASA TV in time to watch through the aptly named “seven minutes of terror” as Curiosity performed an […]

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Learn All About the Amazon Simple Workflow Service – Two New Videos

The Amazon Simple Workflow Service (SWF) is used to power highly scalable distributed systems at NASA (case study), Sage Bionetworks (case study), and a number of our other customers. In order to help you to better understand SWF, Balan Subramanian, SWF Product Manager, hosted an hour-long webinar: Maxim Fateev, AWS Principal Engineer, spent another hour […]

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