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How to Build an Email Infrastructure With AWS

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How to Build an Email Infrastructure With AWS

Learn about the services AWS has for building email infrastructures plus some applications.

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There's so much great content from the Amazon re:Invent conference that it's almost impossible to get through it all.  I'm going to share some of my favorites over the next few weeks.  Here is a presentation on how to set up email infrastructure and applications using the AWS services.



Video Description:

"Email continues to be a critical medium for communications between businesses and customers and remains an important channel for building automation around sending and receiving messages. Email automation enables use cases like updating a ticketing system or a forum via email, logging and auditing an email conversation, subscribing and unsubscribing from email lists via email, transferring small files via email, and updating email contents before delivery. This session implements and presents live code that covers a use case supported by Amazon.com's seller business: how to protect your customers' privacy by anonymizing email for third-party business-to-business communication on your platform. With Amazon SES and the help of Amazon S3, AWS Lambda, and Amazon DynamoDB, we cover architecture, walk through code as we build an application live, and present a demonstration of the final implementation."


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Topics:
aws ,mail server

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