Boost up your serverless applications with Amazon EventBridge  

Thu, May 6, 2021 10:00 AM PT / 1:00 PM ET / 19:00 CEST

EventBridge makes it easy to build event-driven architectures using data from your own applications, Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) applications, and AWS services.  

In this webinar, AWS Solution Architect Sarah Fallah-Adl, and Lumigo's, Lead Solution Engineer, Timi Petrov, present how to remove the friction of writing "point-to-point" integrations with Amazon EventBridge. They will then share best practices for working with EventBridge and serverless apps.

Some of the topics we will cover:

  1. How do you know what’s getting posted on the event bus?
  2. Did the target function fail, or did it never get the expected event?
  3. Do you look at the target logs (not all target types even have logs) or the source logs?
  4. How do you create sequence diagrams to design and visualize important or complex event flows across multiple actors in a distributed event-driven system?
  5. how do you verify that your system behaves according to the sequence diagram? And if it's not, narrow down the error?

Register now and join us!

Sarah Fallah-Adl
Sarah Fallah-Adl

Sarah Fallah-Adl is a Partner Solutions Architect at AWS. She specializes in Serverless architectures. In her free time, she enjoys playing the piano and taking her dog on hikes.

Timi Petrov

Timi is the Lead Solution Engineer at Lumigo and has been an enthusiastic Software Engineer for the past ten years.
He is passionate about serverless architecture and has experience with monolith and distributed applications.
Lumigo’s SaaS platform helps companies monitor and troubleshoot serverless applications while providing actionable insights that prevent business disruptions.

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