Connecting Amazon Web Services With Mule ESB [Video]
Learn about the various Mule connectors to integrate Amazon web services and how to use each with this series of tutorial videos.
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Mule provides various connectors to connect Amazon web services like Amazon S3, Amazon SQS, and Amazon SNS.
Amazon S3 Connector
The Anypoint S3 connector provides connectivity to the Amazon S3 API, which enables you to interface with Amazon S3 to store objects and download and use data. The Amazon S3 connector is built using the SDK for Java. Amazon S3 is a scalable, highly secure, cost effective, and durable massive object store. It provides 99.999999999% durability and can store trillions of objects.
Amazon SQS (Simple Queue Service) Connector
The Anypoint SQS connector provides connectivity to the Amazon SQS API, allowing Mule ESB users to manage SQS queueing services without having to deal with the API directly. Amazon SQS is durable, reliable, cost effective, secure, and fully managed queuing service.
Amazon SNS (Simple Notification Service) Connector
The Anypoint SNS connector provides connectivity to the Amazon SNS API, enabling you to build distributed web-enabled applications. Mule applications can use the Amazon SNS Connector to easily push real-time notification messages to interested subscribers over multiple delivery protocols. Amazon SNS is a secure, flexible, reliable, cost-effective, and fully managed push notification service.
Now you know how to connect various Amazon Web Services with Mule ESB.
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