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This is the Amazon Web Services User Group for the Thames Valley, England. A user group for like-minded peers interested in AWS and Cloud computing. A chance to see sessions from AWS evangelist and a focus on community contributions with real-world stories. Whether you are a new starter to AWS or an experienced veteran, come and share stories and experiences.

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Advanced Event-Driven Patterns With Amazon EventBridge

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Event format: Hybrid
We will be located at Newbury College if you could please arrive by 7:00
The video feed, link at the bottom, shall start at approximately 7:15

The AWS Thames Valley User Group is thrilled to host Sheen Brisals who is an AWS Serverless Hero. In his current role at The LEGO Group, Sheen is guiding engineering teams to architect and build Serverless solutions. Sheen has held several positions at leading software organizations over his long career. He is very passionate about serverless and loves sharing knowledge with the community. He talks about serverless at conferences around the world.

Advanced Event-Driven Patterns With Amazon EventBridge
Streamlining microservices communication has always been a challenge. This caused confusion and proved challenging for serverless engineers. Amazon EventBridge alleviates these concerns and offers a unified approach to deploying event driven computing. The combination of cloud, serverless and microservices has taken the service implementation to a different level. Though this has accelerated the monolith to microservices transformation, it has also introduced new complexities around the service to service communication. With every new service added to the system, the order of communications complexity also increases.

Though AWS services such as SNS, SQS and others helped to some extent, they however failed to offer a flexible way to enable filtered routing of messages between microservices. This is where Amazon EventBridge makes its mark in alleviating many of these concerns. Amazon EventBridge acts as a choreographer and promotes a hub-and-spoke communication model between microservices. With its flexible and powerful message filtering capability, services can have a renewed way of performing event-driven communication between them. This talk will look at some of the latest developments in EventBridge and the advanced patterns that take event-driven computing to the next level.
We will be serving food and drinks after the talk so please come and join us

Please join us at:
Newbury College
Monks Lane · Newbury
RG14 7TD

Car and bus directions can be found here: https://newbury-college.ac.uk/information-support/getting-to-newbury-college

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