- Understand key messaging use cases, including service-to-service communication, asynchronous work item backlog, and state change notifications
- Learn how to get started using message queues and topics with just a few simple APIs, and quickly integrate with other AWS services
- Hear how customers, like Capital One, are benefiting from migrating applications to a fully managed messaging solution in the cloud
Small startups to the biggest global enterprises are designing applications using microservices and distributed architecture to improve resiliency and scale faster. AWS messaging services and Amazon Simple Queue Service (SQS) and Amazon Simple Notification Service (SNS) and make it easy to decouple communication between software components and build modern applications that are fault-tolerant and easy to scale. Messaging is a key part of Amazonâ€™s own e-commerce platform architecture, and used in mission-critical backend systems such as Amazon Retail Ordering workflow. In this session, we will show how you can use Amazon SQS and Amazon SNS fully managed messaging to decouple your application architecture, enable asynchronous communication between different services, and eliminate the pain associated with operating dedicated messaging software and infrastructure. We will demonstrate common messaging design patterns for building reliable and scalable applications in the cloud.