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Table of contents
1.
Introduction 
2.
AWS Step Functions
3.
Amazon AppFlow
4.
Amazon EventBridge
5.
Amazon Managed Workflows for Apache Airflow (MWAA)
6.
Amazon MQ
7.
Amazon Simple Notification Service
8.
Amazon Simple Queue Service
9.
Amazon Simple Workflow Service
10.
FAQs
10.1.
What is AMI in AWS?
10.2.
What is an EC2 in AWS?
10.3.
What is a snapshot in AWS?
11.
Conclusion 
Last Updated: Mar 27, 2024
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Application Integration in AWS

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Introduction 

Application integration on AWS is a set of services that allow detached components of microservices, distributed systems, and serverless applications to communicate with one another. Decoupling applications at any size may lessen the effect of changes, making it easier to maintain and deliver new features. You do not have to remodel the entire architecture to gain the benefits.

AWS Step Functions

Step Functions on AWS is a fully managed solution that makes it simple to use visual workflows to coordinate the components of distributed applications and microservices. You may easily grow and alter applications by constructing applications from separate components that each execute a distinct function. Step Functions is a dependable approach to synchronizing components and steps through your application's functions. Step Functions is a graphical interface that allows you to organize and visualize your application's components as a series of steps. Multi-step programs may now be easily created and run. Step Functions automates the triggering and tracking of each step and the retrying of failed steps, ensuring that your application works smoothly. Step Functions track the condition of each step so that you can immediately detect and troubleshoot problems if something goes wrong. You can simply update and add stages without writing code, allowing you to adapt and innovate your program quickly.

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Amazon AppFlow

Amazon AppFlow is a fully managed integration solution that allows you to securely transmit data between SaaS applications like Salesforce, Zendesk, Slack, and ServiceNow, and AWS services such as Amazon S3 and Amazon Redshift in only a few clicks. You can perform data flow at enterprise size at whatever frequency you choose with Amazon AppFlow - on a schedule, in reaction to a business event, or on-demand. Data transformation capabilities such as filtering and validation may be configured as part of the flow itself to provide rich, ready-to-use data without the need for additional steps. Amazon AppFlow encrypts data in transit and allows customers to prevent data from traveling over the public Internet for SaaS applications that are connected with AWS PrivateLink, minimizing security risks.

Amazon EventBridge

Amazon EventBridge is a serverless event bus that makes it easy to construct event-driven applications at scale utilizing events provided by your applications, Software-as-a-Service SaaS applications, and AWS services. EventBridge sends a continuous stream of real-time data from event sources like Zendesk or Shopify to AWS Lambda and other SaaS applications. You may use routing rules to specify where your data should be sent, allowing you to create application architectures that react to your data sources in real-time, with the event publisher and consumer totally separated.

Amazon Managed Workflows for Apache Airflow (MWAA)

Amazon Managed Workflows for Apache Airflow is a managed orchestration service for Apache Airflow that enables setting up and running end-to-end data pipelines in the cloud at scale easier. Apache Airflow is an open-source application for scheduling, authoring, and monitoring "workflows," which are sequences of operations and activities. With Managed Workflows, you can develop workflows with Airflow and Python without worrying about the underlying infrastructure's scalability, availability, or security. Managed Workflows extends its workflow execution capacity automatically to fit your demands, and it's connected with AWS security services to help you get data swiftly and securely.

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Amazon MQ

Amazon MQ is a cloud-based managed message broker service for Apache ActiveMQ and RabbitMQ. It makes it simple to set up and manage message brokers. Message brokers allow multiple software systems to communicate and share information. These systems are generally written in different programming languages and run on different platforms. Amazon MQ decreases your operational strain by managing the deployment, setup, and maintenance of popular open-source message brokers such as ActiveMQ and RabbitMQ. Because it leverages industry-standard APIs and protocols for messaging, such as JMS, NMS, AMQP, STOMP, MQTT, and WebSocket, connecting your existing applications to Amazon MQ is simple. Because you're using standards, you won't have to rewrite any messaging code when migrating to AWS in most circumstances.

Amazon Simple Notification Service

Amazon Simple Notification Service (Amazon SNS) is a pub/sub messaging service that lets you decouple microservices, distributed systems, and serverless applications. It is highly available, durable, secure, and fully managed. Topics for high-throughput, push-based, many-to-many messaging are available through Amazon SNS. Your publisher systems may send messages to many subscriber endpoints, such as Amazon SQS queues, AWS Lambda functions, and HTTP/S webhooks, using Amazon SNS topics. SNS may also be used to send notifications to end users through mobile push, SMS, or email.

Amazon Simple Queue Service

Amazon Simple Queue Service (Amazon SQS) is a fully managed message queuing service for decoupling and scaling microservices, distributed systems, and serverless applications. SQS removes the complexity and costs of managing and operating message-oriented middleware, allowing developers to focus on differentiating work. SQS lets you transmit, store, and receive messages at any volume between software components without losing messages or needing the use of other services. Using the AWS terminal, your preferred Command Line Interface or SDK, and three easy commands, you can get up and running with SQS in minutes.

SQS provides two distinct kinds of message queues. Standard queues provide high throughput, best-effort ordering, and delivery. SQS FIFO queues are created to ensure that messages are handled only once, in the sequence they are sent.

Amazon Simple Workflow Service

Amazon Simple Workflow Service (Amazon SWF) allows developers to create, run, and scale background tasks using parallel or sequential phases. You may think of Amazon SWF as a cloud-based, fully managed state tracker and task coordinator. If the steps in your application take more than 500 milliseconds to complete, you need to keep track of their progress. If a job fails, Amazon SWF can help you recover or retry it.

FAQs

What is AMI in AWS?

An Amazon Machine Image (AMI) is an AWS-provided image that contains all of the information required to launch a new instance.

What is an EC2 in AWS?

In the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Cloud, Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2) provides scalable computing capacity.

What is a snapshot in AWS?

EBS Snapshots are a snapshot of your data taken at a certain point in time that may be used for disaster recovery, data migration across regions and accounts, and backup compliance. You may use the AWS Management Console, the AWS Command Line Interface (CLI), or the AWS SDKs to generate and manage your EBS Snapshots.

Conclusion 

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