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Category: Enterprise Strategy

Hosting ASP.NET Core applications in Amazon ECS using AWS Fargate

There is an increasing amount of customer interest in hosting microservices-based applications using Amazon Elastic Container Service (ECS), largely due to the benefits offered by AWS Fargate. AWS Fargate is a compute engine for containers that allows you to run containers without needing to provision, manage, or scale any Amazon EC2 compute infrastructure. Fargate works […]

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Amazon MQ

Measuring the throughput for Amazon MQ using the JMS Benchmark

This post is courtesy of Trevor Dyck, Sr. Product Manager, AWS Messaging, and Alan Protasio, Software Development Engineer, Amazon Web Services Just like compute and storage, messaging is a fundamental building block of enterprise applications. Message brokers (aka “message-oriented middleware”) enable different software systems, often written in different languages, on different platforms, running in different […]

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Integrating Amazon MQ with other AWS services via Apache Camel

This post courtesy of Massimiliano Angelino, AWS Solutions Architect Different enterprise systems—ERP, CRM, BI, HR, etc.—need to exchange information but normally cannot do that natively because they are from different vendors. Enterprises have tried multiple ways to integrate heterogeneous systems, generally referred to as enterprise application integration (EAI). Modern EAI systems are based on a […]

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Running ActiveMQ in a Hybrid Cloud Environment with Amazon MQ

This post courtesy of Greg Share, AWS Solutions Architect Many organizations, particularly enterprises, rely on message brokers to connect and coordinate different systems. Message brokers enable distributed applications to communicate with one another, serving as the technological backbone for their IT environment, and ultimately their business services. Applications depend on messaging to work. In many […]

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Invoking AWS Lambda from Amazon MQ

This post courtesy of Josh Kahn, AWS Solutions Architect Message brokers can be used to solve a number of needs in enterprise architectures, including managing workload queues and broadcasting messages to a number of subscribers. Amazon MQ is a managed message broker service for Apache ActiveMQ that makes it easy to set up and operate […]

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