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Category: Amazon EventBridge

Lambda scaling up as events queue grows

Building scalable serverless applications with Amazon S3 and AWS Lambda

S3 and Lambda are two highly scalable AWS services that can be powerful when combined in serverless applications. In this post, I summarize many of the patterns shown across this series.

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Running Web Applications on Amazon EC2 Spot Instances

This post is contributed by Isaac Vallhonrat, Sr. EC2 Spot Specialist SA Amazon EC2 Spot Instances allow customers to save up to 90% compared to On-Demand pricing by leveraging spare EC2 capacity. Spot Instances are a perfect fit for fault tolerant workloads that are flexible to run on multiple instance types such as batch jobs, […]

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Multiple buckets with multiple Lambda subscribers

Using dynamic Amazon S3 event handling with Amazon EventBridge

The standard S3 to Lambda integration enables developers to deploy code that responds to bucket- or object-based events. Using Amazon EventBridge, you can employ even more sophisticated routing and filtering of events between S3 and Lambda.

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Bi directional event orchestration with Amazon EventBridge

Building an automated knowledge repo with Amazon EventBridge and Zendesk

Zendesk Guide is a smart knowledge base that helps customers harness the power of institutional knowledge. It enables users to build a customizable help center and customer portal. This post shows how to implement a bidirectional event orchestration pattern between AWS services and an Amazon EventBridge third-party integration partner. This example uses support ticket events […]

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Decoupled architecture

Decoupling larger applications with Amazon EventBridge

This blog post shows how you can use an event-based architecture to decouple services and functional areas of applications. It uses the document repository solution as an example, to compare architecture after shifting to an event-based approach.

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Stream Auth0 events to AWS with Amazon eventBridge

Visualize user behavior with Auth0 and Amazon EventBridge

In this post, I show how to capture user events and monitor user behavior by using the Amazon EventBridge partner integration with Auth0. This enables you to gain insights to help deliver a more customized application experience for your users. Auth0 is a flexible, drop-in solution that adds authentication and authorization services to your applications. […]

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Sample ATM application architecture

Integrating Amazon EventBridge into your serverless applications

Event-driven architecture enables developers to create decoupled services across applications. When combined with the range of managed services available in AWS, this approach can make applications highly scalable and flexible, with minimal maintenance. Many services in the AWS Cloud produce events, including integrated software as a service (SaaS) applications. Your custom applications can also produce […]

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Segment architecture

Application analytics pipeline with Amazon EventBridge

This post is courtesy of Rajdeep Tarat, Solutions Architect and Venugopal Pai, Solutions Architect Customers across industry verticals collect, analyze, and derive insights from end-user application analytics using solutions such as Google Analytics and MixPanel. While these solutions provide built-in dashboards for marketing analytics, it can be difficult to reuse the raw event data. Setting […]

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