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.
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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 campaign is available to your account.
Triggers when a new lead is created.
Create a new message.
Create a new topic.
Creates a new lead.
Adds a recipient to one of your ongoing campaigns.
In this report, we will explore what Amazon SNS is and how it can be used with hunter. Both of these frameworks are powerful tools in the hands of an experienced developer. The integration of these two frameworks will deliver a robust and highly scalable solution.
Amazon Simple Notification Service (SNS. is a web service that enables you to build distributed, fault-tolerant, durable applications using simple HTTP/HTTPS requests. You can use SNS to distribute different types of messages:
Amazon Simple Notification Service complements other AWS services, including Amazon SQS, Amazon RDS, and Amazon DynamoDB.
Amazon Simple Notification Service is a highly available web service that acts as an intermediary between publishers of events called topics and subscribers who want to receive those events.
When a topic is created, an SNS topic is assigned a unique Amazon Resource Name (ARN. The ARN is a globally unique identifier (GUID. that looks like this:
arn:aws:sns. region . account-id . topic-nameFor example, the following ARN represents the topic named my_topic in the AWS Region us-east-1 for account number 123456789012. arn:aws:sns:us-east-1:123456789012:my_topic .
The ARN for the topic my_topic is designed to be easy to remember and easy to use programmatically. The service returns the ARN when the topic is created and also when any change occurs to the topic. Once a developer creates an application that uses Amazon SNS, the developer can update the code when changes occur to the topic's name or its ARN without updating any client code. For more information about ARNs in Amazon SNS, see CreateTopics.
The following topics are automatically created for every AWS account. These topics are useful for testing your SNS applications. To subscribe to these topics, use the AWS Management Console or an API call.Subscribing to one of these topics delivers a message to your email address, which is specified in the AWS Account Summary page in the AWS Console.
Topic name Description
<ACCOUNT NUMBER>-queue-count Number of non-empty message queues in your account, plus 1. If you have one message queue, this value is 1; if you have 3 message queues, this value is 4. This value does not reflect the number of messages in the queues.Tutorials. See Tutorial. Test SNS Sending Messages Using Amazon SNS Console and Tutorial. Test SNS Receiving Messages Using Amazon SNS Console.To create an SNS topic:Open the Amazon SNS console at https://console.aws.amazon.com/sns/. Choose Create topic and type a name for your topic. Choose Create topic. You might be asked to confirm the topic creation by signing in again with your AWS account ID and password. On the Topic Actions menu, choose Subscribe, enter the email addresses of your recipients, and then choose Subscribe. Your messages are sent to the email addresses you specify when you subscribe to the topic by email. If your recipients don't use email, they can instead subscribe to an Amazon SNS topic by specifying a URL in a web browser or programmatically by using the Amazon S3 REST API. You can also use Amazon SNS Notification Hubs to send notifications to mobile devices such as Android phones or Apple iOS devices via SMS text messaging or email. For more information about sending push notifications to mobile devices, see Mobile Push Notifications Using Amazon SNS and AWS Lambda.
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