The Amazon SNS platform (SNS) is a web service that enables you to send an SMS or a text-enabled mobile push notification to targeted subscribers.
Amazon Simple Storage Service is simple web services interface that you can use to store and retrieve any amount of data, at any time, from anywhere on the web.Amazon S3 Integrations
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Triggers when you add a new subscription.
Triggers when you add a new topic.
Triggers when you add or update a file in a specific bucket. (The bucket must contain less than 10,000 total files.)
Create a new message.
Create a new topic.
Create a new Bucket
Creates a brand new text file from plain text content you specify.
Copy an already-existing file or attachment from the trigger service.
Amazon Simple Notifications Service (SNS. is a fast, flexible, fully managed pub/sub messaging service. With SNS, you can easily deliver notifications from various sources to interested consumers using a variety of delivery mechanisms, including email, HTTP, SQS and mobile push notifications. You can also use the SNS API to create rules that automatically route messages to subscribers or that filter messages based on topic content. By using SNS, you can build distributed applications that connect different applications, services, and devices in novel ways.
Amazon SNS provides reliable, highly scalable, secure push delivery of your messages. Amazon SNS can send notifications to millions of subscribers quickly and reliably. Amazon SNS makes it easy to set up simple notification delivery to mobile devices by delivering notifications to end-user devices via Amazon Simple Notification Service (SNS. distributed notifications (e.g., HTTP or email. You can also integrate your existing application infrastructure with Amazon SNS by having your applications publish messages to Amazon SNS and then have other applications subscribe to those topics and receive those messages. For example, you could have an e-commerce application push order status updates to its customers’ mobile devices by publishing a notification message to Amazon SNS, and have a customer notification application subscribe to that message. Or you could have an existing message queuing system publish messages to Amazon SNS for distribution to mobile devices or other subscribing applications or services. The key point is that you can build distributed applications using both Amazon SNS and any existing application infrastructures you may have.
Some examples of how Amazon SNS works include:
An Internet service provider uses it to send warning messages to customers about approaching storms.
A bank uses it to notify customers about account activity such as low balances or recent transactions.
A government agency uses it to deliver emergency notifications.
A weather forecaster uses it to send severe weather alerts.
Amazon S3 is an object storage service that provides a simple web services interface that can be used to store and retrieve any amount of data, at any time, from anywhere on the web. It gives any developer access to the same highly scalable, reliable, secure, fast data storage infrastructure that Amazon uses to run its own global network of web sites. With just a few minutes of setup, you can begin using Amazon S3’s secure services to store and retrieve any amount of data, from any device, anywhere on the web. Amazon S3 provides 99.999999999% durability and stores objects using server-side encryption for confidentiality (Server Side Encryption with Customer-Provided Keys.
Amazon S3 is highly durable, secure, and scalable object storage with a simple web services interface. With Amazon S3, you pay only for what you use; there are no upfront commitments or minimum fees. You can upload any amount of data from any number of locations – all you need is internet access. With Amazon S3, you pay only for what you use; there are no upfront fees or minimum commitments. There are no setup fees or per-request charges. And there is no minimum fee; you only pay for what you use – even if you request one object and store it for 10 years! Amazon S3 is designed to deliver 99.999999999% annual durability with industry-leading data availability. This means objects will be available when needed and will not suffer from the effects of hardware failure, software bugs or human error. Amazon S3 uses a scale-out approach so that large amounts of data can be stored and served with high availability and durability at every scale. This allows you to seamlessly scale storage as your needs grow over time without worrying about performance implications or upfront cost. With Amazon S3’s global footprint of edge locations, you get high-speed access to your data – including replicas – regardless of where your users are located. In addition, every object in Amazon S3 is redundantly stored across multiple devices within an AWS Region, providing tperance against natural disasters and other events that might impact a single region.
Amazon Simple Notification Service (SNS. offers the ability to send emails on various topics related to your company or products. Using it with Amazon Simple Storage Service (S3. allows you to set up triggers that automatically send emails whenever data is uploaded or deleted from an Amazon S3 bucket or whenever new objects are added to one or more buckets in a specific region/location. This can be accomplished by setting up an AWS Lambda function that receives triggers from the relevant events in your AWS account and that then sends out emails using the Amazon Simple Email Service (SES. This integration allows you to create a process whereby new files are added to a specific fpder on your local computer (or other remote computer. which then automatically triggers a Lambda function that sends out an email containing a link to the newly uploaded file(s. in their native format along with a copy of your original file(s. in their native format attached in PDF format via the AWS Simple Email Service (SES), which in this case would allow us to set up rules that automatically trigger emails upon certain events relating to our company or products (e.g., a new version has been uploaded. This integration supports immediate delivery as well as delayed delivery of emails through scheduled events – an invaluable feature especially when working with teams spread around the world who work at different times during the dayight or if you simply do not have time during the day to check emails sent via this type of process but would like them delivered at night once you’ve had time to check them out since they will be safely stored on AWS servers instead of your local computer until you’re able to check them out later in the day when it’s convenient for you personally or for others on your team that are geographically dispersed. This sort of setup could also be used for sending out emails automatically upon reaching certain milestones on your product development cycle whether as part of a new product launch or when completing a particular phase in your product development cycle such as testing which may require several different types of files be transmitted at once while still allowing them all be done automatically without requiring any manual intervention so that emails are sent out immediately upon completion of each phase/milestone which should help prevent mistakes during updates by allowing them to be thoroughly checked before being released into the wild in order to avoid any possible errors/bugs that could occur during updates by allowing them all to be checked beforehand before being released into the wild which should ensure that they don’t cause any problems once released into the wild without forcing any further manual intervention on your part while still allowing said manual intervention if necessary depending upon what changes were made during each phase/milestone by anyone invpved in said process whether as part of a new product launch or otherwise depending upon what stage of development your product is currently in (e.g., beta testing/approval testing/final testing/production release. The fplowing is just an example showing how this can be done on Windows but it can easily be done on Linux/MAC OSX in a similar manner so that updates are completed in a timely manner while still allowing them all be checked thoroughly before being released into the wild if desired by anyone invpved in said process whether as part of a new product launch or otherwise depending upon what stage of development your product is currently in (e.g., beta testing/approval testing/final testing/production release. The fplowing screenshots are from Windows but they can be easily modified for Linux/MAC OSX in a similar manner:
Figure 1. Set up an AWS Lambda Function using AWS SDK for .NET 2.2 running under Windows Server 2012 R2 running under Hyper-V server
Figure 2. Configure event source settings for the Lambda function created above (i.e., “test_lambda_function_trigger_test”. under the log group “test_lambda_function_trigger_test_logs” under the CloudWatch log group “test_lambda_function_trigger_test_cloudwatch_logs” under “Events” tab:
Figure 3. Set up an AWS Lambda function using AWS SDK for .NET 2.2 running under Ubuntu Server 14.04 LTS running under VirtualBox server:
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