Tag Archives: System Scalability

AWS SQS: Part 1 – Introduction for Developers and Architects

Explore the fundamentals of Amazon SQS, a cornerstone of message queuing within the AWS ecosystem. Learn about its application in microservices, distributed systems, and serverless functions, including the types of queues available, message lifecycle, and the unique features and benefits that SQS offers. Discover how SQS ensures high throughput, system reliability, controlled message delivery, and robust security, making it an essential tool for scalable, reliable, and efficient message handling.

Overview of Communication Patterns: Event-Driven, Message-Driven and Request-Driven

Dive deep into the intricate world of communication patterns in system architecture. Explore the strengths and trade-offs of request-driven, message-driven, and event-driven models, and how they shape the interaction, scalability, and resilience of modern applications. Unravel the complexities and operational dynamics that can make or break your system’s architecture.