- Stay within resource usage requirements.
- Do not engage in or encourage activity that is illegal.
- Do not engage in cryptocurrency mining.
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Amazon Simple Notification Service (SNS) is a fully-managed, highly-scalable service that facilitates message delivery using a publish/subscribe model. You can use Amazon Simple Notification Service (SNS) to send messages to email recipients, webhooks, or mobile devices via SMS or push notifications.
With Amazon SNS, you can deliver an unlimited number of notifications without worrying about scaling up. You can use AWS Lambda to customize how messages are processed and integrate messaging with your other AWS resources or 3rd-party services.
In this Lab, you will learn how to process SNS notifications with a Lambda Function. As a simple example, you will use Python to upload a file to AWS Simple Object Storage (S3) in response to a message you publish to SNS.
At the end of this lab, you will be able to:
- Create an SNS topic
- Create a Lambda function
- Configure SNS to trigger your Lambda function
- Publish a message in SNS
- Verify that Lambda processed your SNS message
This Lab is intended for:
This is a beginner-level Lab, you should have a conceptual understanding of:
- The publish/subscribe messaging model
- Serverless functions
Familiarity with the following AWS services will be helpful but is not required:
- Simple Notification Service (SNS)
- Simple Storage Service (S3)
March 9th, 2021 - Updated AWS Lambda instructions and screenshots to reflect the latest user-interface changes
May 1st, 2020 - All instructions and screenshots updated
January 10th, 2019 - Added a validation Lab Step to check the work you perform in the Lab
Andrew is a Labs Developer with previous experience in the Internet Service Provider, Audio Streaming, and CryptoCurrency industries. He has also been a DevOps Engineer and enjoys working with CI/CD and Kubernetes.
He holds multiple AWS certifications including Solutions Architect Associate and Professional.