How Vercel Shipped Cron Jobs in 2 Months Using Amazon EventBridge Scheduler

Vercel implemented Cron Jobs using Amazon EventBridge Scheduler, enabling their customers to create, manage, and run scheduled tasks at scale. The adoption of this feature was rapid, reaching over 7 million weekly cron invocations within a few months of release. This article shows how they did it and how they handle the massive scale they’re Read more about How Vercel Shipped Cron Jobs in 2 Months Using Amazon EventBridge Scheduler[…]

AWS Week in Review – AWS Documentation Updates, Amazon EventBridge is Faster, and More – May 22, 2023

Here are your AWS updates from the previous 7 days. Last week I was in Turin, Italy for CloudConf, a conference I’ve had the pleasure to participate in for the last 10 years. AWS Hero Anahit Pogosova was also there sharing a few serverless tips in front of a full house. Here’s a picture I Read more about AWS Week in Review – AWS Documentation Updates, Amazon EventBridge is Faster, and More – May 22, 2023[…]

Learn How to Modernize Your Applications at AWS Serverless Innovation Day

Join us on Wednesday, May 17, for AWS Serverless Innovation Day, a free full-day virtual event. You will learn about AWS Serverless technologies and event-driven architectures from customers, experts, and leaders. AWS Serverless Innovation Day is an event to empower builders and technical decision-makers with different AWS Serverless technologies, including AWS Lambda, Amazon Elastic Container Read more about Learn How to Modernize Your Applications at AWS Serverless Innovation Day[…]

AWS Week in Review – December 12, 2022

This post is part of our Week in Review series. Check back each week for a quick roundup of interesting news and announcements from AWS! The world is asynchronous, is what Werner Vogels, Amazon CTO, reminded us during his keynote last week at AWS re:Invent. At the beginning of the keynote, he showed us how Read more about AWS Week in Review – December 12, 2022[…]

New — Create Point-to-Point Integrations Between Event Producers and Consumers with Amazon EventBridge Pipes

It is increasingly common to use multiple cloud services as building blocks to assemble a modern event-driven application. Using purpose-built services to accomplish a particular task ensures developers get the best capabilities for their use case. However, communication between services can be difficult if they use different technologies to communicate, meaning that you need to Read more about New — Create Point-to-Point Integrations Between Event Producers and Consumers with Amazon EventBridge Pipes[…]

AWS Week In Review – September 12, 2022

I am working from London, UK, this week to record sessions for the upcoming Innovate EMEA online conference—more about this in a future Week In Review. While I was crossing the channel, I took the time to review what happened on AWS last week. Last Week’s Launches Here are some launches that got my attention: Read more about AWS Week In Review – September 12, 2022[…]

New – High Volume Outbound Communication with Amazon Connect Outbound Campaigns

The new high volume outbound communication capability in Amazon Connect which was announced at Enterprise Connect last year, is now generally available to all. It is named Amazon Connect outbound campaigns. If you haven’t heard about Amazon Connect, it is an easy-to-use cloud contact center service that helps companies of any size deliver superior customer Read more about New – High Volume Outbound Communication with Amazon Connect Outbound Campaigns[…]

New – Use Amazon S3 Event Notifications with Amazon EventBridge

We launched Amazon EventBridge in mid-2019 to make it easy for you to build powerful, event-driven applications at any scale. Since that launch, we have added several important features including a Schema Registry, the power to Archive and Replay Events, support for Cross-Region Event Bus Targets, and API Destinations to allow you to send events Read more about New – Use Amazon S3 Event Notifications with Amazon EventBridge[…]

New – Archive and Replay Events with Amazon EventBridge

Event-driven architectures use events to share information between the components of one or more applications. Events tell us that “something has happened”, maybe you received an API request, a file has been uploaded to a storage platform, or a database record has been updated. Business events describe something related to your activities, for example that Read more about New – Archive and Replay Events with Amazon EventBridge[…]