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Category: Messaging

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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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Chris Munns presenting 'Building microservices with AWS Lambda' at re:Invent 2019

ICYMI: Serverless Q4 2019

Welcome to the eighth edition of the AWS Serverless ICYMI (in case you missed it) quarterly recap. Every quarter, we share the most recent product launches, feature enhancements, blog posts, webinars, Twitch live streams, and other interesting things that you might have missed! In case you missed our last ICYMI, checkout what happened last quarter […]

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Example architecture that uses different event types for different delivery channels

Integrating B2B using event notifications with Amazon SNS

This post is courtesy of Murat Balkan, AWS Solutions Architect Event notification patterns are popular among B2B integrations. Their scalable and decoupled structure helps implement complex integration scenarios in a variety of enterprises. This post introduces a generic serverless architecture that applies to external integrations that use event notifications with Amazon SNS and Event Fork Pipelines. […]

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AWS re:Invent

ICYMI: Serverless pre:Invent 2019

With Contributions from Chris Munns – Sr Manager – Developer Advocacy – AWS Serverless The last two weeks have been a frenzy of AWS service and feature launches, building up to AWS re:Invent 2019. As there has been a lot announced we thought we’d ship an ICYMI post summarizing the serverless service specific features that […]

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Asynchronous Function Execution Result

Introducing AWS Lambda Destinations

Today we’re announcing AWS Lambda Destinations for asynchronous invocations. This is a feature that provides visibility into Lambda function invocations and routes the execution results to AWS services, simplifying event-driven applications and reducing code complexity. Asynchronous invocations When a function is invoked asynchronously, Lambda sends the event to an internal queue. A separate process reads […]

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Running Cost-effective queue workers with Amazon SQS and Amazon EC2 Spot Instances

This post is contributed by Ran Sheinberg | Sr. Solutions Architect, EC2 Spot & Chad Schmutzer | Principal Developer Advocate, EC2 Spot | Twitter: @schmutze Introduction Amazon Simple Queue Service (SQS) is used by customers to run decoupled workloads in the AWS Cloud as a best practice, in order to increase their applications’ resilience. You […]

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Default asynchronous invocation retry logs

New AWS Lambda controls for stream processing and asynchronous invocations

Today AWS Lambda is introducing new controls for asynchronous and stream processing invocations. These new features allow you to customize responses to Lambda function errors and build more resilient event-driven and stream-processing applications. Stream processing function invocations When processing data from event sources such as Amazon Kinesis Data Streams, and Amazon DynamoDB Streams, Lambda reads […]

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Migrate IBM MQ to Amazon MQ Step 3

Migrating from IBM MQ to Amazon MQ using a phased approach

This post is contributed by Mithun Mallick, Solutions Architect and Christian Mueller, Solutions Architect Message-oriented middleware (MOM), or message brokers, are the backbone that integrates business critical applications in many industries. MOMs are used to integrate systems like inventory management, payment systems, and CRM systems. They are also used to orchestrate order-processing workflows across multiple systems, […]

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Diagram 7: Chaining topics and queues to buffer messages persistently

Application integration patterns for microservices: Fan-out strategies

This post is courtesy of Dirk Fröhner, Sr. Solutions Architect The first blog in this series introduced asynchronous messaging for building loosely coupled systems that can scale, operate, and evolve individually. It considered messaging as a communications model for microservices architectures. This post covers concrete architectural considerations, focusing on the messaging architecture. Wild Rydes Wild Rydes is a […]

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End User Client accessing a service using an API

Understanding asynchronous messaging for microservices

This post is courtesy of Dirk Fröhner, Sr. Solutions Architect One of the implications of applying the microservices architectural style is that much communication between components happens over the network. After all, your microservices landscape is a distributed system. To achieve the promises of microservices, such as being able to individually scale, operate, and evolve each service, this […]

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