SQS

how to do fan-out and fan-in with AWS Lambda

In the last post, we look at how you can implement pub-sub with AWS Lambda. We compared several event sources you can use, SNS, Kinesis streams and DynamoDB streams, and the tradeoffs available to you. Let’s look at another messaging pattern today, push-pull, which is often referred to as fan-out/fan-in. It’s really two separate patterns …

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AWS Lambda – use recursive function to process SQS messages (Part 2)

First of all, apologies for taking months to write this up since part 1, I have been extremely busy since joining Yubl. We have done a lot of work with AWS Lambda and I hope to share more of the lessons we have learnt soon, but for now take a look at this slidedeck to get a flavour. …

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AWS Lambda – use recursive function to process SQS messages (Part 1)

UPDATE 07/09/2016 : read part 2 on how to elastically scale Lambda function based on no. of messages available in the queue.   It’s been a year since the release of AWS Lambda service and here at Yubl we’re at the start of an exciting journey to move our stack to Lambda (using the awesome Serverless …

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