Tim Bray and Friends | Messaging Series
Tim Bray, AWS Senior Principal Engineer, and fellow industry experts discuss and demonstrate how developers are using messaging in modern application architecture. Learn how to use messaging to simplify and scale serverless apps and microservices, integrate on-prem and cloud resources, enable real-time analytics, and support millions of devices. Each episode will dive into how customers are using AWS messaging services to do some pretty cool stuff like:
- build a massive microservices media pipeline
- stream ad-impression data for analytics
- accelerate migration and enable hybrid architecture
Messaging for Media and Broadcasting
Learn how the BBC built a massive microservices media pipeline with expert guests Stephen Godwin, and Christopher Darlaston. We'll focus specifically on how they did this with Amazon SQS.
Messaging for Real Time User Engagement
Georgie Mathews, Sr. Product Manager, joins Tim to discuss messaging for real-time user engagement and to demo a Twitter sentiment analysis using Amazon Pinpoint.
Modern Messaging for Application Architecture
Broc Miramontes, CTO and founder of Crew, joins Tim to discuss how they're using Amazon MQ message brokers in their chat application.
Messaging Fanout for Parallel Processing
Tim and Sam Dengler, AWS Solutions Architect, discuss how developers are using messaging for parallel processing with Amazon SNS.
Messaging for Real Time Analytics
Allan MacInnis, AWS Solutions Architect, joins Tim to discuss and demonstrate how customers are using Kinesis Data Streams to build custom, real-time applications.
Messaging for Millions of Devices
Dinkar Pataballa, AWS Software Development Manager joins Tim to discuss how Amazon IoT Message Broker helps customers deliver sports scores to to millions of devices.
Messaging for Application Architecture | Guest: Jeff Barr, AWS VP and Chief Evangelist
Tim Bray, AWS Senior Principal Engineer, and Jeff Barr, VP & Chief Evangelist, kick off the first episode of the multi-part messaging miniseries with discussions and demos for how developers are using messaging in modern application architecture.