This course will teach you how to implement publish/subscribe messaging on AWS by using Amazon SNS. You will learn the different ways to publish messages to SNS as well as how to subscribe to an SNS topic and process messages.
With the advent of distributed architectures over the last few years, it becomes increasingly important for the different parts of our systems to communicate with each other in a reliable manner. In this course, Implementing Pub/Sub Messaging with Amazon SNS, you’ll learn to implement publish/subscribe messaging on AWS by using Amazon SNS. First, you’ll explore how to create an SNS topic and publish messages to it. Next, you’ll discover the different ways of consuming messages from SNS, first by using notifications systems such as emails, SMS and mobile push notifications, and then automating the processing of messages with either Amazon SQS, AWS Lambda of even custom HTTP/S endpoints. Finally, you’ll learn how to secure your SNS topics and encrypt messages. When you’re finished with this course, you’ll have the skills and knowledge of Amazon SNS needed to successfully implement a pub/sub pattern on AWS.
Fabien has been in the web development industry for over eight years, all of them working with Microsoft technologies. More recently, he has been busy building microservices in .Net and is passionate about continuous delivery and automation.
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