The Amazon SNS platform (SNS) is a web service that enables you to send an SMS or a text-enabled mobile push notification to targeted subscribers.
Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2) is a web service provides secure, reliable, scalable, and low-cost computational resources. It gives developers the tools to build virtually any web-scale application.Amazon EC2 Integrations
Amazon SNS + SlackSend messages to Slack from the Amazon Simple Notification Service (SNS) Read More...
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Gmail + Amazon SNSSend Messages through Amazon SNS from new Gmail emails [REQUIRED : Business Gmail Account] Read More...
Amazon SNS is the highly managed messaging service used for sending basic notifications that can take the form of mobile push notifications, SMS’s, and even emails. With this service, you can also send alerts to various distributed services around the web. Now you can add more value to your Amazon SNS service by connecting it to Gmail. Once active, whenever a new email (matching a specific search term) is received on Gmail, Appy Pie Connect will automatically push out a new Amazon SNS message with all the details of the email.
Note: To use this integration you must have a Business Gmail account.
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Triggers when you add a new subscription.
Triggers when you add a new topic.
Triggers when a new instance is created.
Triggers when a new event is scheduled for one of your instances.
Create a new message.
Create a new topic.
Start Stop or Reboot Instance
Amazon Simple Notification Service (Amazon SNS. is a cloud computing platform provided by Amazon.com. Amazon SNS is a web service that enables the development of applications and systems to send notifications from various sources such as e-mail, mobile devices, or other distributed services.Amazon EC2 (Elastic Compute Cloud. is a web service that provides resizable compute capacity in the cloud. It is designed to make web-scale cloud computing easier for developers. Amazon EC2 removes the need to invest in hardware up front, making it easier to scale up or down as your computing requirements change.Amazon SNS and Amazon EC2 are two services that are integrated together to provide notification services for the event. The technology used to integrate Amazon SNS and Amazon EC2 is a publish/subscribe (Pub/Sub. pattern. The topic is used as a queue to publish Amazon SNS events in real time to the subscribers registered with the topic. The subscribers register or subscribe for notification with the topic. When the event occurs, a notification is sent to all registered subscribers.The integration of Amazon SNS and Amazon EC2 is an example of how services can be combined into a solution. AWS provides many services such as Amazon S3, Amazon RDS, AWS Elastic Beanstalk, AWS CloudFront, Amazon EBS, etc. When these services are connected together, they can provide solutions not possible before.This paper will describe how to integrate Amazon SNS and Amazon EC2 using Web Service Description Language (WSDL), Simple Object Access Protocol (SOAP), and Representational State Transfer (REST.
1.5 Reference2 - Create an outline for an article about Amazon S3:
Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3. is a cloud computing platform provided by Amazon.com. Amazon S3 provides storage through a simple web service interface that allows developers to store and retrieve any amount of data, at any time, from anywhere on the web.Amazon S3 is designed for reliability and durability of 99.999999999% of objects over a given year and has a built-in multi-data center replication feature for high availability. Multiple redundancies are built-in to ensure that data written to multiple servers is replicated across multiple facilities. It also detects when servers fail and removes them from its pool of active servers if they remain unresponsive.The following are some benefits of using Amazon S3:- Developers store information that can be retrieved later- Developers can store data from different sources in one place- Developers can retrieve their stored data in JSON format- Developers can store any amount of data with no additional charge beyond the initial setup fee- Developers can access their data from anywhere in the world where there is an Internet connection- Developers can choose between two pricing models. pay-as-you-go or monthly billing for dedicated resourcesA bucket name must be unique within an AWS account; however, bucket names do not have to be unique across AWS account boundaries. That means you can create buckets with the same name in different AWS accounts and retrieve files from either bucket. You can also share a bucket with other AWS accounts if you want them to have permission to read or write to its contents. A bucket holds objects, rather than files (which are members of an object. Objects are stored hierarchically inside buckets and can contain other objects in subdirectories. When storing objects on Amazon S3, you should use the "Put" operation instead of POSTing files directly to a bucket. If you do use POST to upload objects to Amazon S3, each object posted will overwrite any existing object with the same name. For more information on uploading files using POST, see Uploading Large Files Using the HTTP POST Method .When storing objects in buckets, use lowercase letters only for bucket names and object keys (for example, "examplebucket" and "exampleobject". Bucket names must be unique within an AWS account but bucket names do not have to be unique across AWS accounts. That means you can create buckets with the same name in different AWS accounts and retrieve objects from either bucket. You can also share a bucket with other AWS accounts if you want them to have permission to read or write to its contents. An object key must be unique within a bucket; however, object keys do not have to be unique across buckets. That means you can store an object with the same name in multiple buckets, but you cannot retrieve an object with a specific key unless you specify which bucket contains that object's key. To specify which bucket contains an object's key when retrieving it, include the bucket name along with the key name in the request URL. For example, if an object named myobject was uploaded into the "examplebucket" bucket, you could access it using either of these URLs. http://s3-mybucket-myregion.amazonaws.com/examplebucket/myobject http://s3-examplebucket-myregion.amazonaws.com/myobject http://s3-mybucket-myregion.amazonaws.com/myobject http://s3-examplebucket-myregion.amazonaws.com/myobject http://s3-mybucket-myregion.amazonaws.com/myobject http://s3-examplebucket-myregion.amazonaws.com/myobject http://s3-mybucket-myregion.amazonaws.com/myobject In this example, we used mybucket and myobject as the bucket and key names respectively. You can use any combination of alphanumeric characters as bucket names so long as they are lowercase letters only and no spaces or special characters are allowed except underscores (_. Bucket names cannot begin with the number sign (#. Buckets must be created in the same region as where they will be accessed during regular operations; otherwise cross-region requests will fail with this error message. "Access denied." You can retrieve an object by providing its key name; however, you must also specify which bucket contains its key when retrieving it via GET requests using this syntax. http://s3-bucketname .amazonaws.com/key_name For example, if an object named myobject was uploaded into the "examplebucket" bucket, you could access it using either of these URLs. http://s3-mybucket-myregion.amazonaws.com/examplebucket/myobject http://s3-examplebucket-myregion.amazonaws.com/myobject http://s3-mybucket-myregion.amazonaws.com/examplebucket/myobject http://s3-examplebucket-myregion.amazonaws.com/examplebucket/myobject http://s3-mybucket-myregion.amazonaws.com/examplebucket/myobject http://s3-examplebucket-myregion.amazonaws.com/examplebucket/myobject The first URL contains only "examplebucket", while the second URL contains both "examplebucket" and "myobject". You can also retrieve objects by providing part of their keys instead of specifying their full keys using this syntax. http://s3-bucketname .amazonaws.com/prefix/key_name For example, if an object named myobject was uploaded into the "examplebucket" bucket, you could access it using either of these URLs. http://s3-bucketname .amazonaws.com/exa_o_be_r_t_y_b_e_a_n/_META-INF/httpd https://s3-bucketname .amazonaws .com /exa_o_be_r_t_y_b_e_a_n/_META-INF/httpd This second form is useful for accessing objects in deeply nested directories without having to list every single part of the key name path individually; however, it requires that you know part of the key name ahead of time (which may or may not be possible. Another option is to use wildcard characters (. in place of specific parts of the key name (for example, ".pdf". For
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