Amazon SQS Case Study – RedBus

Message Queue Architecture

Amazon SQS :

RedBus Case study

The Challenge :

Solution :

with features like Elastic Load Balancing and multiple availability zones, AWS provides the required infrastructure to build for redundancy and auto-failover. When you incorporate these in your system/application design, you can achieve high reliability and scale.

  • Reduced costs by up to 40%
  • Reduced website latency by 4x
  • Able to instantly replicate test environments, which in turn reduces time to market

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