Amazon EventBridge Pipes helps you create point-to-point integrations between event producers and consumers with optional transform, filter and enrich steps. EventBridge Pipes reduces the amount of integration code you need to write and maintain when building event-driven applications.
Write less code
Build fully managed integrations quickly with an easy-to-use interface that connects event producers with consumers.
Save costs with filtering and built-in integrations
Lower compute and usage costs by using event filters and built-in integrations – only process and pay for events that you need.
Source events in real-time
Deliver events to over 14 AWS services with EventBridge Pipes seamlessly polling for new events.
Reduce operational load
Reliably connect services without worrying about scalability, security, patching, and provisioning your infrastructure.
How it works
Filter Amazon Kinesis Data Streams
Use EventBridge Pipes event filters to select specific high-value events from your Kinesis Data Streams, enabling you to only process the events you need.
React to Amazon DynamoDB changes in real-time
Connect DynamoDB to over 14 AWS services, including Amazon Simple Notification Service (SNS) or EventBridge to easily propagate database changes to multiple applications.
Connect self-hosted Apache Kafka to AWS
Move data from your on-premises or self-hosted Kafka topics to AWS services such as Amazon Kinesis Data Firehose or Amazon Simple Queue Service (SQS).
Enrich your events with software as a service (SaaS) apps
Add more data to an event by making an API call to a third-party API before delivering the event to a target.
Ensure your applications process only the necessary events, so that you consume only a subset of events.
Retrieve events from sources and deliver to targets in batches, making integrations more efficient.
Support high concurrency, so you can process large volumes of events quickly.
Provide enrichment capabilities using AWS Lambda, AWS Step Functions, API Gateway, or an API call to a third-party API using API Destinations.