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Documentation say. To edit a scheduled task (Amazon ECS console) Open the Amazon ECS console at https://console.aws.amazon.com/ecs/. Choose the cluster in which to edit your scheduled task. On the Cluster: cluster-name page, choose Scheduled Tasks. Select the box to the left of the schedule rule to edit, and choose Edit. Edit the fields to update and choose Update. But I cannot see the "Scheduled Tasks" option. it was there before but ever since the new interface i cannot see it. Is there anyway that i can edit the scheduled task? I tried rules in eventbridge but it is not letting me edit the contraineroverrides.
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Hi there, As is not recommended by "Database per service" design pattern, every integration between microservices should be done with any messaging system? We have an application where users can upload videos. The API is available using GraphQL, and we have federation to route the video uploads to a cluster of servers responsible to create the video in the database (RDS). Once the video is uploaded to S3, a service that is triggered by a S3 event start a MediaConvert job to create a HLS profile. Once completed, we need to mark the video as available to viewers (updating the table). What is the best practice to do this? The convert service should connect to the database and update the record? Execute a service API to update the record? Send a SQS message that will be handle in the cluster that is connected to the database?
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Luciano
asked 4 days ago
I have a service which is hosted in my private VPC and currently we are using API Gateway to expose it publicly. All our API calls go through it. So right now EventBridge's API Destinations point to the API Gateway's public endpoint. But we would like to change that and call the service at its private endpoint from EventBridge's API Destination itself so as to make sure our internal service calls stays in our VPC. How can we go about this?
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asked 4 days ago
What happens to events which trigger a target say invoking the lambda but it is not processed successfully ? Will it retry for x times ? is the x times configurable ? Will the events are pushed to DLQ when the retries are exhausted ?
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asked 5 days ago
what happens to events which are sent to event bus but not matching rule to deliver it to target ?
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asked 5 days ago
When to use default event bus and when to create our own custom event bus ?
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asked 5 days ago
I am trying to create an AWS Cloud watch event which will trigger an email whenever a S3 bucket is created or modified to allow public access. I have created the cloud trail, log stream and am tracking all the S3 events logs. When i am trying to create a custom event by giving the pattern to detect S3 buckets with public access i am not able to fetch any response or the event doesn't get triggered even if i create bucket with public access. Can you help me out with the custom pattern for the same ? I have tried giving GetPublicAccessBlock, PutPublicAccessBlock etc., in event type but no luck. Please suggest accordingly.
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asked 5 days ago
I have come across an issue which is likely to be a configuration problem at my end. In December I set up a lambda function with a site scraper, it pulls a specific piece of information from the site. I then created a schedule through eventbridge to do this every 10 minutes. (It will eventually happen once a week but for this I used 10mins because I wanted to test it). I also created a topic in SNS with a text message being the way I would get the information. To summarise, I have an eventbridge schedule, that triggers a lambda function which then triggers an SNS topic to send me a text message. Pretty simple and it worked. Fast forward to now and it no longer works. I changed a bit of the lambda function code to have a cleaner output when it came to receiving text messages. I have gone back to the start with it and deleted all triggers. I have set up new schedules and even new rules, created new topics but I no longer get any text messages. I'm in the UK but have deployed in us-east-1. I'm at a loss at the moment to what the problem may be. I have noticed when I try to create a new rule based on a schedule it takes me to the new eventbridge scheduler page. I have done that still wont work. I also tried with setting up a rule and have it set to 1 minute just to test but still nothing. I have the SNS topic on asyncronous and on success of the trigger rather than failure. Like I said it worked previously right up until yesterday. I reverted back to the old code and its still no longer working. I have checked the logs and it seems the scheduler is triggering the lambda but nothing from the amazon sns side. **EDIT** - I had a look on Amazon SNS I have a delivery rate of 0.51%, almost 900 have failed at the time of writing this. **EDIT** - Edit 2, I think the problem may be my SMS quota has been reached. I have another question though. Would I be better setting this up in the UK, would it reduce costs? Thanks
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asked 10 days ago
Hi everone, I am a newbie on AWS. I already went through materials on AWS training about Lambda, Networking and EventBridge and did some tests on my account but I couldn't solve my problems. The problem: I have a Django web app that delivers auto text message to my clients. The client can pick date and time to specify when he wants us to send him a message on the front-end, this data is stored on PostgreSQL database. I want to build an architecture that every time a new date and time record is added on the database, the date and time data is sent to EventBridge to create a trigger (cron) for the lamdba function so that the lambda function will send message at the cron time. The architecture is basically: RDS - > EventBridge -> Lambda An ECS is hosting my web app. My question is 2 fold: 1. Is the above architecture the best one given the task? Or I should monitor the ECS as soon as the client submit the date and time form, we grab the data right there and send to EventBridge? don't wait until it hits the database. 2.What kind of event and how do I set it up on EventBridge? So that I can extract the date and time data I need so that I can use it as my cron for the lambda trigger? I am always confused with the concept of "event" (AWS materials says an event is like when an instance is launched or when it failes...etc) but can an event be like a new record is added to a database or a client submit a form on the front end? Thank you a lot for reading such a long question as I just want to be precise on the problem. Thanh
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cloud9
asked 16 days ago
We are looking at ways of unifying our DLQ handling but a problem we are facing an issue with identification of the actual source. Our current approach is to have a unique DLQ for each lambda or similar (could be sns, scheduler, etc.) and then have a lambda with the DLQ as source which further processes the failed messages (could be automatic retries, storing in Dynamo for manual handling, etc.). But we think this becomes a bit cumbersome since we will quickly incur quite high fees for the polling (we have a lot of places where we need DLQs). Our absolute dream scenario is if we could set a tag where we add the DLQ but this isn't available. An alternative would be to use the SenderID in the SQS message to identify the source but this doesn't really seem possible. Anyone have any suggestions?
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asked 16 days ago
Fails because of some reason,This could be for a few reasons, S3 service itself has an internal error. or it could mean that the rate of data access is too high. So we are planning to implement DLQs mechanism for S3. Is it possible use AWS SQS DLQs mechanism ?. What is the best option to implement DLQ for S3.
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asked 20 days ago
Hi, I'm trying to follow the video tutorial in https://docs.aws.amazon.com/eventbridge/latest/userguide/eb-api-destinations.html, also using the webhook.site as a consumer. Sample messages are sent with success, the sample rule is matched, but the API destination is not called at all. When sending the same payload using Postman, the endpoint shows request/response. Cloudwatch does not list failed invocations. Did anyone try to follow the video recently and can confirm this is actually working? Thanks!
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asked 24 days ago