Efficient Message Distribution with RabbitMQ: Understanding Round Robin and Fair Dispatching Modes Paid Members Public
Dispatching modes play a crucial role in task distribution among multiple workers. Learn how the two message dispatching modes - Round robin and Fair dispatching - work in RabbitMQ.
Exploring Manual and Automatic Acknowledgment in RabbitMQ with .NET Paid Members Public
Delivery processing acknowledgements from consumers are referred to as acknowledgements in messaging protocols. Let's learn automatic and manual ack modes in RabbitMQ.
Amazon MQ RabbitMQ: A Reliable Messaging Solution for Your .NET Projects Paid Members Public
RabbitMQ is a powerful open-source message broker facilitating communication between systems or applications. Let's learn how to get started using RabbitMQ on Amazon MQ from .NET application.
Efficiently Handle SQS Messages with AWS Lambda Powertools Batch Utility Paid Members Public
The AWS Lambda PowerTools Batch processing utility makes it easy to process a batch of messages from Amazon SQS, Amazon Kinesis Data Streams, and Amazon DynamoDB Streams. Let's learn how to get started.
How To Effectively Manage Sensitive Information in AWS Lambda: Powertools Parameters Paid Members Public
Learn how to get started using the Lambda Powertools Parameters NuGet package, use it when building Lambda Functions, and connect quickly to Parameter Store and Secrets Manager using the library package.
How to Effectively Manage Data Lifetime with DynamoDB Time to Live Paid Members Public
Amazon DynamoDB Time to Live (TTL) is a feature that allows you to manage the expiration of items in a DynamoDB table automatically. Let's learn how to enable and use the TTL feature when building applications.
How To Easily Make Your .NET AWS Lambda Function Idempotent Paid Members Public
Let's learn how to get started using the Powertools Idempotency package, some key features, and how it easily fits into your existing Lambda Functions.
How To Easily Log Metrics Data From AWS Lambda Using Powertools Library Paid Members Public
Metrics are data about the performance of your systems. By default, many AWS services provide free metrics for the resources. The Powertools Lambda Metrics library makes publishing custom metrics from your AWS Lambda Function easy.