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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