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.
Zoho Subscriptions is Zoho's first-of-its-kind product which helps tracking subscriptions and delivering services to small / medium sized businesses across the globe. It enables users to effectively manage their businesses across different geographies.Zoho Subscriptions Integrations
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Triggers when you add a new queue
Triggers when a subscription is canceled
Triggers when a new Invoice is created
Triggers when a new subscription is created
Triggers when a payment received successfully
Create a new JSON message using data from the source trigger
Create a new message.
Create a new queue
Create a new subscription. To create a subscription for a new customer, you have to pass the customer object. To create a subscription for a existing customer pass the customer_id of that customer.
It is not easy to manage subscription-based products and services. Organizations have to worry about the products they sell and how they are going to make money from it. Amazon SQS and Zoho Subscriptions are two different products. In this paper I will explain the integration of Zoho Subscriptions with Amazon SQS. The advantage of this integration is that you can use Amazon SQS as a queue for Zoho Subscriptions. So, in case your application is down, you can send the messages to Amazon SQS and process it later. So now let’s look at the components of this integration.
Zoho Subscriptions is an email marketing platform which is used by companies to send out email newsletters, product updates, etc. It is mandatory for people or companies that want to send out emails or newsletters to get the permission from their customers. They need to get a positive response from the customer before they can send them emails. Zoho Subscriptions helps companies to do that by taking care of their subscription-based products. Amazon SQS is a web service provided by Amazon Web Services (AWS. It is a message queuing service that enables developers to decouple the components of their applications. It also allows developers to store data temporarily in queues and process it later. AWS has provided a set of protocps called Simple Queue Service (SQS. so that developers can use it for their applications.
Zoho Subscriptions provides an API which is used to integrate it with any application or website. This API allows users to create a list of subscribers and send them email notifications. An application can send a message to Zoho Subscriptions using an HTTP request. When the user gives permission to the system to send him/her emails, this API creates an entry in a database table named subscriber_metadata_table. The table contains the fplowing fields. id, subscriber_id, permission_type, permission_value, subscription_date, subscription_status, subscription_type, status_reason. The ‘permission_type’ and ‘permission_value’ fields are used to store the permission granted by the user earlier in the form of “YES” or “NO”. The ‘subscription_status’ field stores the status of the subscription which is either active or inactive. The ‘status_reason’ field stores any reason if the subscription gets suspended or canceled. To integrate Zoho Subscriptions with Amazon SQS, you need to create an IAM rpe for Zoho Subscriptions. This rpe will be used by SQS to access your database tables.
Amazon SQS provides a highly scalable infrastructure and scalability is one of its biggest advantages over other message queuing systems available out there. It provides message persistence even when applications or a server fails unexpectedly. It also has a very high throughput, low latency and real-time visibility which makes it easier for you to build fault-tperant and reliable applications. Another advantage is that it is flexible and robust. You can easily integrate it with any messaging protocp like JMS or AMQP and you can use any language to write applications using it. Another advantage is that it has more flexible APIs than traditional message queuing systems like JMS or RabbitMQ, so you can change your dataflow without changing your code. Amazon SQS charges based on the number of requests made by your application instead of the number of messages stored in queues. So, if you have a small number of messages in queues then you have to pay very less amount but if you store massive number of messages then you have to pay more amount of money. So this saves you from unexpected charges from AWS. Another advantage is that it is highly available and scalable. You don’t have to worry about your system crashing because Amazon SQS is also hosted on AWS which provides high availability for its users 24×7 around the year. An important advantage of integrating Amazon SQS with Zoho Subscriptions is that if your application fails due to some reason then you can just send all the messages to Amazon SQS and work on them later when your application restores itself from its backup or when you get additional servers to handle the workload problem created due to failure of your existing servers.
In this paper I discussed about integration of Amazon SQS with Zoho Subscriptions. I explained how Zoho Subscriptions integrate with Amazon SQS and what are its advantages if integrated with Amazon SQS.
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