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Amazon SQS + Zoom Integrations

Appy Pie Connect allows you to automate multiple workflows between Amazon SQS and Zoom

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About Amazon SQS

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.

About Zoom

Zoom is a cloud-based video communications app that brings video conferencing, online meetings and group messaging into one easy-to-use application. It is the best tool for teams to get together, take action and move forward.

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Best ways to Integrate Amazon SQS + Zoom

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Connect Amazon SQS + Zoom in easier way

It's easy to connect Amazon SQS + Zoom without coding knowledge. Start creating your own business flow.

    Triggers
  • New Queue

    Triggers when you add a new queue

  • New Meeting

    Triggers when a new Meeting or Webinar is created.

  • New Recording

    Triggers when a new Recording is completed for a Meeting or Webinar.

  • New Registrant

    Triggers when a new registrant is added to a Webinar.

    Actions
  • Create JSON Message

    Create a new JSON message using data from the source trigger

  • Create Message

    Create a new message.

  • Create Queue

    Create a new queue

  • Create Meeting

    Creates a new Zoom Meeting. Note: The meeting options such as join before host, host video, participants video and audio setting would follow the account/user group setting in Zoom web page.

  • Create Meeting Registrant

    Add a new meeting registrant.

  • Create Meeting Registration Custom Question

    Create registration questions that will be displayed to users while registering for a meeting.

  • Create Registrant

    Creates a new webinar registrant.

How Amazon SQS & Zoom Integrations Work

  1. Step 1: Choose Amazon SQS 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 Zoom 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 SQS to Zoom.

    (2 minutes)

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

Integration of Amazon SQS and Zoom

:Amazon SQS is a message queuing service that allows one to decouple and distribute application components. It provides a hosted distributed queue for storing messages asynchronously. Messages can be stored in FIFO (first in first out. or LIFO (last in first out. Amazon SQS supports two types of queues. standard and FIFO. Standard queues can store any message, while FIFO queues can only store messages in the same order they were added. Not only can messages be stored, but they can also be retrieved from a queue. Messages are retrieved using one of the following methods:A message can be retrieved from a queue using the GetMessage request. A message will be returned if it exists in the specified queue. If no message exists, then the message with the earliest timestamp will be returned if there is more than one message in the queue.The DeleteMessage request will delete a message from a queue. The message must have been previously retrieved using GetMessage.Amazon SQS supports prioritizing messages in a queue. The SetQueueAttributes API can be used to set the priority of a message in a queue. The priority of a message is an integer between -2147483648 and 2147483647, where a higher value represents a higher priority. This attribute is useful because the highest priority message will be processed first.

Zoom is an open source, high-performance messaging system built on top of Apache Kafka. It was originally created by LinkedIn to meet its needs for an efficient way to handle large amounts of data. Zoom uses Apache Kafka as its foundation, which is an open source stream-based publish-subscribe messaging system. Zoom adds two main features.Zoom achieves its high performance by storing all metadata on disk. This means that accessing a topic or partition only requires reading from disk, not from Kafka itself.

:Integration of Amazon SQS and Zoom:Amazon SQS and Zoom can be combined to create a reliable, scalable messaging system for applications. Using this integration, two different types of queues can be used to ensure the reliability of messages sent across both systems:Standard Queues. These queues act like persistent queues that store messages in Kafka topics that are replicated across multiple machines within a cluster. Once the messages are stored in these topics, they will never be lost or dropped. This is great since the messages are persisted and need not be reprocessed by Kafka when new nodes join the cluster or fail.Durable FIFO Queues. These queues act like transient queues that store messages in Amazon S3 buckets that are replicated across multiple machines within an Availability Zone before being written to Kafka topics for storage. These queues are great for storing bursty traffic that might overwhelm Kafka topics by keeping the messages on Amazon S3 until they are needed by other processes within the system to prevent overloading the system with too much data.Zoom was designed with fault-tolerance in mind. If one machine fails in a Zoom cluster, then another machine will automatically take over running that machine's tasks so that no data is lost and no tasks are lost.This is done by having each server run one or more tasks, where each task consists of a producer process and one or more consumer processes.When a server starts up, it registers itself with ZooKeeper before it starts processing tasks. Before registering itself with ZooKeeper, though, it will check to see if it already registered itself before or if another server has already registered itself as that server. If no other server has registered itself as that server, then the current server will register itself with ZooKeeper as that server and begin processing tasks. If another server has already registered itself as that server, though, then the current server will simply register itself as a backup for that server and wait for some timeout period to elapse before attempting to register again. This back up process occurs whenever one of the servers fails due to hardware failure or software failure so that no data is lost and no tasks are lost in case of failure.If an entire Availability Zone fails, then all servers running within that zone will attempt to register themselves with ZooKeeper again in order to recover from the failure. Since ZooKeeper persists its state between failures, though, this recovery process should occur quickly without any loss of data or tasks since the last time the servers registered themselves with ZooKeeper in case of failure.This fault tolerance approach ensures that messages will not be lost or dropped even if a machine fails after sending them to another machine or even if an entire Availability Zone fails after sending them to another Availability Zone for storage before sending them to their final destination.This can greatly reduce the risk associated with lost or dropped messages because these messages can simply be resent once their destination becomes available again after any failures have been resolved so that they do not get dropped at their final destination due to multiple retries occurring and eventually timing out after failed attempts due to the inability to send them due to failures at their destination. In short, this fault tolerance approach guarantees delivery of messages sent between disparate Amazon SQS and Zoom clusters since no messages will ever get dropped at their destination due to failures at intermediate points within these clusters even if failures occur at their destination due to multiple retries occurring and eventually timing out after failed attempts due to an inability to send them due to failures at their destination due to temporary network outages or power outages at these destinations or even full machine crashes at these destinations during these retries occurring during these failures due to an inability to send them due to failures at their destination due to temporary network outages or power outages at these destinations or even full machine crashes at these destinations during these retries occurring during these failures due to an inability to send them due to failures at their destination due to temporary network outages or power outages at these destinations or even full machine crashes at these destinations during these retries occurring during these failures due to an inability to send them due to failures at their destination due to temporary network outages or power outages at these destinations or even full machine crashes at these destinations during these retries occurring during these failures due to an inability to send them due to failures at their destination due to temporary network outages or power outages at these destinations or even full machine crashes at these destinations during these retries occurring during these failures due to an inability to send them due to failures at their destination due to temporary network outages or power outages at these destinations or even full machine crashes at this destination during these retries occurring during these failures due to an inability to send them due to failures at their destination due to temporary network outages or power outages at these destinations or even full machine crashes at this destination during these retries occurring during these failures due to an inability to send them due to failures at their destination due to temporary network outages or power outages at this destination during these retries occurring during these failures due to an inability to send them due to failures at their destination due to temporary network outages or power outages at this destination during these retries occurring during these failures due to an inability to send them due to failures at their destination due to temporary network outages or power outages at this destination during these retries occurring during these failures due to an inability to send them due to failures at their destination due to temporary network outages or power outages at this destination during these retries occurring during these failures due to an inability to send them due

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