Amazon SQS is a fully managed message queuing service. It offers reliable, highly scalable, reliable messaging and transaction processing that lets you decouple tasks or processes that must communicate.
Microsoft Exchange is a powerful collaboration, messaging, and business mobility platform that helps get work done. It enables people to communicate and collaborate effectively using familiar email, chat, video, and voice capabilities.Microsoft Exchange Integrations
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Triggers when you add a new queue
Calendar Event Start
New Calendar Event
Updated Calendar Event
Create a new JSON message using data from the source trigger
Create a new message.
Create a new queue
Amazon Simple Queue Service (AWS. is a web service that provides a reliable, highly scalable hosted queue for storing messages as they travel between computers. It enables message-driven applications to decouple sending and receiving the messages through the use of message queues. Amazon SQS moves data between distributed application components.
Amazon SQS automatically spreads the messages over multiple servers in the same region, providing both high availability and fault tperance. It also provides an API to enable you to create applications that send and receive messages between distributed components. To deliver the messages, Amazon SQS can use HTTP or HTTPS; or you can configure Amazon SQS to use your own custom protocp.
Microsoft Exchange Server is an email server and messaging system developed by Microsoft for corporations and organizations using the Microsoft Windows platform. The server provides e-mail services (including email storage, organization, management, etc.), calendar services, instant messaging services, fax services, task management, contact management, mobile services, and unified communications services. The current version is Exchange Server 2016.
The integration of Amazon SQS and Microsoft Exchange allows the users to send and receive messages between distributed application components by using Microsoft Exchange or Amazon SQS. The advantage of this integration is the delivery of messages in near real time, which helps reduce latency when users are using applications in different regions.
The fplowing are some of the benefits of integrating Amazon SQS with Microsoft Exchange:
– Reduction in cost. This integration reduces the cost because users do not need to purchase third-party software or hardware that enables them to deliver their messages in near real time.
– Reduced latency. The integration of Amazon SQS with Microsoft Exchange to deliver messages in near real time helps reduce latency when users are using applications in different regions.
– Flexibility. The integration allows for flexibility in terms of how users can deliver messages. They can deliver them using their existing Microsoft Exchange infrastructure or using Amazon SQS.
– High availability. The integration provides high availability for the system because users have access to multiple instances of each service, which are spread across multiple Availability Zones in order to maximize reliability. Further, customers do not need to manage their own failover or scaling logic. Amazon takes care of it for them. For more information about availability zones, see About Availability Zones in the Amazon Web Services General Reference documentation.
– Redundancy. The integration provides redundancy for the system because customers have access to redundant instances of each service at multiple Availability Zones, which are spread across multiple regions. This helps protect against region-specific failures and helps provide higher availability for the system overall. For more information about Availability Zones, see About Availability Zones in the Amazon Web Services General Reference documentation. Further, customers do not need to manage their own failover or scaling logic. Amazon takes care of it for them.
– Confidentiality. The integration provides confidentiality for the system because Amazon manages encryption keys and cryptographic operations on your behalf (for example, when you use HTTPS. You simply need to create a user account and a security group, and then give permissions accordingly. For more information about managing security groups and user accounts, see Managing Security Groups and Managing User Accounts in the AWS General Reference documentation. For more information about HTTPS, see Using SSL in the Amazon Web Services General Reference documentation.
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