Amazon SQS is a fully managed message queuing service. It offers reliable, highly scalable, reliable messaging and transaction processing that lets you decouple tasks or processes that must communicate.
Zoho Inventory is a cloud-based inventory management solution designed for small to midsize businesses. With our simple yet powerful features, you can keep track of your online inventory from multiple warehouse locations.Zoho Inventory Integrations
Gmail + Amazon SQSCreate Amazon SQS JSON messages for emails matching search term on Gmail [REQUIRED : Business Gmail Account] Read More...
If you use email content to create an Amazon SQS message, then this integration is for you. Once you set up this Gmail-Amazon SQS integration, it will trigger every time a new email matching your search term is received in your Gmail account, instantly adding a new JSON message to Amazon SQS to ensure that your pipeline is always moving. With Appy Pie Connect, you can set up this integration without writing a single line of code.
Note: To use this integration you must have a Business Gmail account.
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Triggers when you add a new queue
Triggers when a new contact is created.
Triggers when a new item is created.
Triggers when an item is updated.
Create a new JSON message using data from the source trigger
Create a new message.
Create a new queue
Creates a new contact or update an existing contact.
Creates a new item.
Creates a new sale order.
Update a contact.
Updates an item.
Amazon SQS (Simple Queue Service. is a fully managed message queuing service that lets you decouple components of a cloud application. Amazon SQS makes it simple and cost-effective to set up, operate, and scale a messaging solution that applications can use to reliably transmit messages.Who Uses Amazon SQS?A variety of applications and services rely on Amazon SQS to provide asynchronous message delivery. For example, Amazon SQS enables web-based email systems, such as Zoho Mail, to send emails from an application server without having to constantly poll for new messages. It also helps mobile app developers build real-time features into their apps by supporting the publish/subscribe pattern. And it allows companies, such as Foursquare, to efficiently process massive amounts of data collected from mobile devices.How Does Amazon SQS Work?Amazon SQS makes it easy for distributed components of an application to communicate with each other using message queues. An application component can place a message into a queue and specify a message delay parameter. The queue will retain the message for the specified duration and then deliver the message at an interval that you specify (from 0 seconds to 12 hours. Other application components can then read the message from the queue at any time and at an interval that you specify (from 0 seconds to 12 hours.Amazon SQS also provides a simple but powerful message filtering feature. For example, if you have two separate web applications sharing the same database, you can use Amazon SQS filters to ensure that only messages meant for one web application are delivered to it. Message filtering is implemented by specifying one or more filter rules per queue.A message may be up to 256 KB in size and can contain any valid UTF-8 characters. Messages are stored indefinitely until they are deleted either explicitly using the DeleteMessage API action or implicitly when the queue is deleted.All messages are associated with a single queue name and are uniquely identified by a queue name and message ID. The combination of queue name and message ID is known as the message identity. Messages can be retrieved from queues using either the GetMessage API action or the Amazon SQS Query APIs. In addition, there are several additional API actions like ChangeMessageVisibility , which enables setting visibility timeouts on individual messages, and DeleteMessage , which deletes a single message from a queue with a specific identity.A key feature of Amazon SQS is its ability to perform atomic transactions on messages across multiple queues within the same AWS region. This feature enables you to work with messages as units of work and perform operations such as moving messages between queues or deleting messages from multiple queues atomically, that is, as a single transaction.Another important feature of Amazon SQS is its ability to automatically retain messages for up to 7 days based on your retention period settings in the Amazon SQS console. Messages are automatically archived when they expire based on these settings.All messages in an Amazon SQS queue are stored in encrypted form using AES256-SHA encrypted keys. This ensures that your data remains secure even while it is sitting in your Amazon SQS queues.Even though Amazon SQS does not support throttling, it is possible to throttle your application by setting the visibility timeout for individual messages in Amazon SQS and using appropriate logic in your application to reject further requests once all messages have expired from the queue.AWS has recently released a new pricing model for SQS wherein there will be no longer any charges for any number of queues created under your account, though there will be charges for every million requests made to the queues created under your account ($0.50 per 1 million requests. There will also be charges for storing data in queues, though these charges will be very nominal ($0.01 per 1 million requests. compared to charges made before this new pricing model was released ($0.01 per 1,000 requests.You can read more about this new pricing model here .
The following points serve as examples of benefits that can be achieved by integrating Amazon SQS with Zoho Inventory:
1. Achieves scalability for Zoho Inventory Web Services API:Zoho Inventory Web Services API (also known as ZIS. consumes resources (i.e., threads. in parallel as soon as the first request arrives at ZIS endpoints. This architecture incurs high costs due to heavy initial investment and makes it difficult to achieve scalability beyond a few concurrent requests. However, by using Amazon SQS, ZIS can easily achieve scalability by decoupling the thread pool from requests and allowing requests to wait in an Amazon SQS queue until resources become available. As a result, ZIS can achieve scalability without any upfront investment in resources. At the same time, it becomes easier for ZIS to scale by simply increasing the number of threads available in its thread pool instead of scaling it up manually.2. Enables easy distribution of workloads:If Zoho Inventory customers want to implement an auto-responder facility on their website (using ZIS), they would need to implement this functionality on their own server or pay someone else to do so because auto-responder functionality is not provided as part of ZIS package because there is no way to distribute workloads among different servers—ZIS performs all auto-responder functionality on just one server (the server that accepts HTTP requests from website visitors. However, if ZIS were integrated with Amazon SQS, this functionality could be distributed across servers by placing auto-responder requests in an Amazon SQS queue that is accessed by multiple servers running the auto-responder scripts in parallel whenever resources become available. This would enable ZIS customers to implement an auto-responder facility on their websites without having to worry about how to distribute workloads among multiple servers because ZIS servers would take care of distributing workloads among themselves automatically.
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