Integrate Amazon SNS with Daylite

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About Amazon SNS

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.

About Daylite

Daylite is a well-known corporate productivity program that allows you to spend more time doing what you enjoy. This software ensures that you keep on top of your customers', prospects', and vendors' minds while fulfilling all of your business's deadlines.

Daylite Integrations

Best Amazon SNS and Daylite Integrations

  • Amazon SNS Integration Daylite Integration

    Amazon SNS + Daylite

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  • Amazon SNS Integration Daylite Integration

    Amazon SNS + Daylite

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  • Amazon SNS Integration Daylite Integration

    Amazon SNS + Daylite

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  • Amazon SNS Integration Daylite Integration

    Amazon SNS + Daylite

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    Triggers
  • New Subscription

    Triggers when you add a new subscription.

  • New Topic

    Triggers when you add a new topic.

  • Appointment Updated

    Triggers when a new appointment is updated in Daylite.

  • Company Updated

    Triggers when a new company is updated in Daylite.

  • Form Updated

    Triggers when a Daylite form is updated.

  • New Appointment

    Triggers when a new appointment is created in Daylite.

  • New Company

    Triggers when a new company is created in Daylite.

  • New Form

    Triggers when a new form is created in Daylite.

  • New Note

    Triggers when a new note is created in Daylite.

  • New Opportunity

    Triggers when a new opportunity is created in Daylite.

  • New Person

    Triggers when a new person is created in Daylite.

  • New Project

    Triggers when a new project is created in Daylite.

  • New Task

    Triggers when a new task is created in Daylite.

  • Opportunity Updated

    Triggers when a new opportunity is updated in Daylite.

  • Person Updated

    Triggers when a new person is updated in Daylite.

  • Project Updated

    Triggers when a new project is updated in Daylite.

  • Task Updated

    Triggers when a new task is updated in Daylite.

  • Updated Note

    Triggers when a new note is updated in Daylite.

    Actions
  • Create Message

    Create a new message.

  • Create Topic

    Create a new topic.

  • Create Appointment

    Creates a new appointment.

  • Create Company

    Creates a new company.

  • Create Note

    Creates a new Note.

  • Create Opportunity

    Creates a new Opportunity.

  • Create Opportunity for Person

    Creates a new opportunity associated with a person or company.

  • Create Person

    Creates a new person and optionally an associated company.

  • Create Project

    Creates a new Project.

  • Create Task

    Creates a new task.

  • Update Appointment

    Modifies an appointment.

  • Update Company

    Modifies a company

  • Update Opportunity

    Modifies an opportunity.

  • Update Person

    Modifies a person.

  • Update Project

    Modifies a project.

  • Update Task

    Modifies a task

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How Amazon SNS & Daylite Integrations Work

  1. Step 1: Choose Amazon SNS as a trigger app and authenticate it on Appy Pie Connect.

    (30 seconds)

  2. Step 2: Select "Trigger" from the Triggers List.

    (10 seconds)

  3. Step 3: Pick Daylite as an action app and authenticate.

    (30 seconds)

  4. Step 4: Select a resulting action from the Action List.

    (10 seconds)

  5. Step 5: Select the data you want to send from Amazon SNS to Daylite.

    (2 minutes)

  6. Your Connect is ready! It's time to start enjoying the benefits of workflow automation.

Integration of Amazon SNS and Daylite

Amazon SNS

Amazon Simple Notification Service (Amazon SNS. is a web service designed to send push notifications to applications or devices at scheduled times, in response to changes in other AWS resources, or in response to notifications sent by other applications. Amazon DynamoDB uses Amazon SNS to notify applications when an item is added or updated. Amazon SNS can also be used with Amazon SQS queues to enqueue notification messages. Amazon SNS can also be used with Amazon ECS tasks to notify monitored tasks when new events occur. Amazon SNS notifications can be delivered by sending email, using HTTP POST, sending SMS text messages, or by delivering the notification to Amazon SQS queues.

Daylite

Daylite is a calendar and time-tracking app that keeps track of your appointments in one place, makes it easy to share them with others, and lets you stay on top of them from anywhere you are. We’re building Daylite for people who want to run their lives better, faster, and smarter.

Integration of Amazon SNS and Daylite

I will try to explain how Amazon SNS works by using the concept of “Event Notifications.” I will also show how Amazon SNS can be integrated with Daylite. There are two types of Event Notifications. the first one is the scheduled Event Notification that is scheduled to send notifications at scheduled times; the second one is the Amazon CloudWatch Event Notification that will send notifications in response to changes in Amazon CloudWatch metrics. I will start with the scheduled event notification.

What happens when someone subscribes to an Amazon SNS topic Amazon SNS generates a unique endpoint for each subscriber. When Amazon SNS sends an event notification to a subscriber’s endpoint, Amazon SNS sends the data payload in an HTTP POST request to the subscriber’s endpoint. For example, assume that Amazon SNS sends an event notification about an Amazon DynamoDB table named “MyTable” and its hash key “myHashKey” and range key “myRangeKey” and partition key “myPartitionKey” and its attributes “attributeA” and “attributeB” and value “blahblahblah” on the topic named “MyTopic.” Then Amazon SNS will send the fplowing data in an HTTP POST request:

POST /MyTopic/MySubscriberEndpoint/MyTable/myHashKey/myRangeKey/myPartitionKey/attributeA/attributeB/value Host. MySubscriberEndpoint Content-Length. 13 Content-Type. application/json { "PartitionKey". "myPartitionKey", "RangeKey". "myRangeKey", "Timestamp". 1411477600000 }

When a subscriber receives the HTTP POST request, the subscriber can decide whether to accept or reject it. If it accepts it, then the subscriber should get the data from the request body (content type. JSON), and then do whatever it wants with the data (like storing it into your database. If the subscriber rejects the request, then it should return a response code that says “there is no such thing in this topic” or something like that. In order to protect subscribers from malicious requests, Amazon SNS allows subscribers to define filters. Filters define which events a subscriber wants to receive from a specific Subscription Topic. The fplowing is an example filter definition in JSON format:

{ "TopicArn". "arn:aws:sns:us-east-1:111111111111:subscriptions/111111111111/MyTopic", "FilterRule". [ { "AttributeName". "attribute1", "ComparisonOperator". "IN", "Value". [ "foo", "bar" ] }, { "AttributeName". "attribute2", "ComparisonOperator". "GT", "Value". 100 } ] }

In this example, there are two attributes named “attribute1” and “attribute2” for a specific Subscription Topic named “MyTopic.” The filter compares these attributes with certain values, and then accepts or rejects the subscription, depending on the result of the comparison. In this example, I have specified two filter rules defined by two attributes named “attributes1” and “attribute2.” The first filter rule states that if attribute1 equals either “foo” or “bar,” then accept the subscription. The second filter rule states that if attribute2 is greater than 100, then accept the subscription. So if attribute1 equals “foo” and attribute2 equals 99, then the subscription will be rejected because filter rule 1 doesn’t match filter rule 2. If attribute1 equals “foo” and attribute2 equals 100, then the subscription will be accepted because filter rule 1 matches filter rule 2. The fplowing is an example action definition in JSON format:

{ "ActionType". "SQS", "EventType". "sqs:Publish", "SqsDestinationArn". { "Fn::Join". [ ", ["arn:aws:sqs:::"], {"Ref":"AWS::Region"}, {"Ref":"AWS::AccountId"}, {"Ref":"AWS::Queue"} ] }, "MessageBody". { "Fn::Join". [ ", ["<#partitionkey>","<#rangekey>","<#eventtype>","<#eventdata>"] ] } } }

In this example, I have specified an action type called SQS (Amazon Simple Queue Service. which publishes an event through an SQS queue (a message queue hosted by AWS. The action specifies which queue (called “AWS::Queue”. should be used for this purpose. The action specifies which event type (called “sqs:Publish”. should be used for this purpose. The action specifies which payload (the actual payload data. should be used for this purpose (the payload data is called “<#eventdata>”. You can use any payload type that you want for this purpose (but it should be multipart MIME format. I will now talk about the second type of Event Notification which is called CloudWatch Event Notifications. A CloudWatch metric represents a single statistic computed over some period of time (e.g., cpuUtilizationPercentage over one hour. CloudWatch metrics can be preconfigured or dynamically created by monitoring applications running on EC2 instances. The fplowing are different types of CloudWatch metrics:

Metric Type Description Average Values change slowly over time and are useful for monitoring average activity over time Cumulative Summation Values change quickly over time and are useful for monitoring bursty activity over time Counting Values change frequently over time and are useful for monitoring many instantaneous occurrences over time Percentile Values change frequently over time and are useful for monitoring many instantaneous occurrences over time Rate Values change frequently over time and are useful for monitoring many instantaneous occurrences over time Sample Count Values change frequently over time and are useful for monitoring many instantaneous occurrences over time Sampled Value Changes change frequently over time and are useful for monitoring many instantaneous occurrences over time Standard Deviation Values change frequently over time and are useful for monitoring many instantaneous occurrences over time Total Values change frequently over time and are useful for monitoring many instantaneous occurrences over time Update Rates change frequently over time and are useful for monitoring many instantaneous occurrences over time

You can assign a CloudWatch metric as a notification target from a CloudWatch alarm action, from an AWS Lambda function that was triggered by a CloudWatch event notification, from a CloudWatch log group log stream, from a CloudWatch event notification source, from an AWS Step Functions state machine, from a Lambda function on a custom Kinesis Data Streams application activation ppicy or from a Lambda function on a custom Kinesis Data Firehose delivery stream configuration object on a custom Kinesis Data Firehose application delivery stream configuration object on a custom Kinesis Data Analytics application on a custom Kinesis Data Analytics application delivery stream configuration object on a custom Kinesis Data Analytics application input delivery stream configuration object on a custom Kinesis Data Streams application activation ppicy or from a Lambda function on a custom Kinesis Data Firehose delivery stream configuration object on a custom Kinesis Data Firehose application delivery stream configuration object on a custom Kinesis Data Analytics application on a custom Kinesis Data Analytics application delivery stream configuration object on a custom Kinesis Data Analytics application input delivery

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