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Tag: Amazon EventBridge

Scaling your applications faster with EC2 Auto Scaling Warm Pools

This post is contributed by Scott Horsfield, Principal Solutions Architect for EC2 Scalability, Surabhi Agarwal,  Senior Product Manager for EC2 Auto Scaling, and Chad Schmutzer, Principal Developer Advocate for Amazon EC2. Customers have been using EC2 Auto Scaling to architect sophisticated, scalable, and robust applications on the AWS Cloud for over a decade. Launched in […]

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Analyzing Freshdesk data using Amazon EventBridge and Amazon Athena

This post is written by Shashi Shankar, Application Architect, Shared Delivery Teams Freshdesk is an omnichannel customer service platform by Freshworks. It provides automation services to help speed up customer support processes. The Freshworks connector to Amazon EventBridge allows real time streaming of Freshdesk events with minimal configuration and setup. This integration provides real-time insights […]

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Improved failure recovery for Amazon EventBridge

Today we’re announcing two new capabilities for Amazon EventBridge – dead letter queues and custom retry policies. Both of these give you greater flexibility in how to handle any failures in the processing of events with EventBridge. You can easily enable them on a per target basis and configure them uniquely for each. Dead letter […]

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Building storage-first serverless applications with HTTP APIs service integrations

Over the last year, I have been talking about “storage first” serverless patterns. With these patterns, data is stored persistently before any business logic is applied. The advantage of this pattern is increased application resiliency. By persisting the data before processing, the original data is still available, if or when errors occur. Common pattern for […]

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ICYMI: Season one of Sessions with SAM

Developers tell us they want to know how to easily build and manage their serverless applications. In 2017 AWS announced AWS Serverless Application Model (SAM) to help with just that. To help developers learn more about SAM, I created a weekly Twitch series called Sessions with SAM. Each session focuses on a specific serverless task […]

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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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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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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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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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EventBridge Content Filtering

Reducing custom code by using advanced rules in Amazon EventBridge

Amazon EventBridge allows you to route events between AWS services, integrated software as a service (SaaS) applications, and your own applications. Event producers publish events onto an event bus, which uses rules to determine where to send those events. The rules can specify one or more targets, which can be other AWS services or Lambda […]

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