Amazon MQ

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Time
19 hours 19 minutes
Difficulty
Intermediate
CEU/CPE
20
Video Transcription
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>> Hey everybody, and welcome to this lecture.
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In this lecture, we're going to talk about Amazon MQ,
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otherwise known as Managed Message Broker Service.
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Quite the name for such a small acronym.
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The learning objectives for this lesson are going to be
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to discuss the benefits of MQ,
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and why on earth would you want to use the service.
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Well, it's quite simple actually.
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This is an alternative to SNS and
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SQS for traditional queuing applications.
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It's perfect for migrating queuing services to the Cloud.
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It can work with MQTT,
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AMQP, STOMP, Openwire,
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and WSS open protocols.
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These are protocols related to queuing.
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This here allows people to
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adopt already designed queuing services
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that you may be using on
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premises to the Cloud without having to
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re-engineer an application to leverage SQS and SNS.
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If you already have one,
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you can just use Amazon MQ,
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which is the managed Amazon ActiveMQ,
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and you don't need to
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rebuild anything to adopt the AWS stuff.
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That is Amazon MQ.
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I know this is a short one,
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but that's really all there is to talk about this.
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It's really just an identification of
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what Amazon MQ does.
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In this lecture, we talked about the benefits.
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Amazon MQ is an alternative to SNS and SQS,
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but it allows for that adoption of
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anything you might have already been working
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with in your on premise environments.
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You can now leverage it in AWS,
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and you can leverage all the benefits of AWS without
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having to re-engineer for SNS and SQS.
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Hope you found this helpful.
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If you have any questions,
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feel free to reach out to me.
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I will see you in the next lecture.
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