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API306-R - [REPEAT] Building event-driven architectures

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Many customers choose to build event-driven application architectures, in which subscriber or target services automatically perform in response to events triggered by publisher or source services. This pattern can help development teams operate more independently so they can release new features faster and make their applications more scalable. In this session, we cover the basics of event-driven design, using examples involving Amazon Simple Notification Service (Amazon SNS), Amazon Simple Queue Service (Amazon SQS), AWS Lambda, Amazon EventBridge, and more. You also learn how to choose the right AWS service for the job, and how to optimize for cost and performance.

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300 - Advanced
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