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[…]

New – Amazon EventBridge Schema Registry is Now Generally Available

Amazon EventBridge is a serverless event bus that makes it easy to connect applications together. It can use data from AWS services, your own applications, and integrations with Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) partners. Last year at re:Invent, we introduced in preview EventBridge schema registry and discovery, a way to store the structure of the events (the schema) in a central Read more about New – Amazon EventBridge Schema Registry is Now Generally Available[…]

Improving Containers by Listening to Customers

At AWS, we build our product roadmap based upon feedback from our customers. The following three new features have all come about because customers have asked us to solve specific issues they have face when building and operating sophisticated container-based applications. Managed Node Groups for Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service Our customers have told us that they Read more about Improving Containers by Listening to Customers[…]

EventBridge Support in Amazon Elastic Container Registry

Many of our customers require a secure and private place to store their container images, and that’s why they use our fully managed container registry Amazon Elastic Container Registry. We recently added support for Amazon EventBridge so that you can trigger actions when images are pushed or deleted. These actions can trigger a continuous integration, continuous Read more about EventBridge Support in Amazon Elastic Container Registry[…]