Mauro Servienti 0
Mauro is a Solution Architect in Particular Software, the makers of NServiceBus. He spends his time helping developers build better .NET systems leveraging Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) principles and message-based architectures.
When he is not busy with distributed systems, he loves to go back to one of his first loves: rich client development using XAML-based technologies. Mauro usually writes about technology, but not only on his English blog at //milestone.topics.it and his Italian blog at //blogs.ugidotnet.org/topics. He is also passionate about cycling, swimming, classical dance, and music (and skiing in a previous life).
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Amazon SQS and SNS for .NET DevelopersAn AWS journey from SQS and SNS to architecture...and back
Unnecessary coupling brings every distributed system to a grinding halt. A great way to decouple services is to use messages exchanged over queues instead of HTTP.
AWS offers at least two prominent options for messaging, SQS and SNS, which have some overlap. After this talk, you will understand the difference between SQS and SNS, and when and how to use them. You'll learn how messaging has the potential to shape your systems in powerful ways, not only with AWS. Join me for valuable lessons to stop fearing about coupling - all with examples in C#.