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This course explores Amazon EventBridge and how it can be used to construct architectures in the cloud using event-driven microservices. In this course, you will learn how to use EventBridge rules and targets to react to events. We'll then take a deeper dive into the service and learn how it differs from Amazon Kinesis and the Simple Notification Service.
- Create Eventbridge rules and targets that can react to events created by multiple AWS sources as well as SaaS providers
- Understand how EventBridge could become a new way to architect your solutions with event-driven patterns in mind
- Anyone wanting to move from a monolithic cloud architecture to one composed of microservices that work based on event-driven systems
- Anyone who wants to learn more about EventBridge
To get the most out of this course, you should have a good understanding of architectures, cloud computing, basic monitoring, and some understanding of JSON. Knowledge of Amazon CloudWatch would also be beneficial.
Hello, my name is Will Meadows! Welcome to this course on Amazon Eventbridge, a fantastic service to help take your architectures into the next level. Here I will go over some extremely powerful ideas about event systems and how to make them work for you.
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Who should attend this course? This lecture should be attended by those who are curious about moving from a monolithic cloud architecture to one composed of microservices that work based on event-driven systems.
Additionally, you will find a lot of value in this course if you want to know more about EventBridge in general.
Learning Objectives. After watching this course you will be able to create EventBridge rules and targets that can react to events created by multiple AWS sources as well as SaaS providers.
You will also be able to Understand how EventBridge could become a new way to architect your solutions with event-driven patterns in mind.
Prerequisites. This lecture is more on the conceptual side but still will require that you have some good understanding of architectures, cloud computing, basic monitoring, and some understanding of JSON. Additionally, you might want to consider diving into CloudWatch so you are more familiar with EventBridge’s origin story as it were.
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William Meadows is a passionately curious human currently living in the Bay Area in California. His career has included working with lasers, teaching teenagers how to code, and creating classes about cloud technology that are taught all over the world. His dedication to completing goals and helping others is what brings meaning to his life. In his free time, he enjoys reading Reddit, playing video games, and writing books.