October 2, 2023 by Colin McNaughton
In the realm of automation, the ability to respond to events in real-time is a game-changer. At Red Hat, we’ve been pioneering in this space with Event-Driven Ansible, which can consume messages from various sources like AWS Simple Queue Service (SQS), Azure Service Bus, and Kafka to trigger automated actions. Today, we’re excited to delve into a powerful integration pattern involving AWS Lambda, AWS SQS, and Event-Driven Ansible.
Imagine this: A SaaS application sends a webhook POST request. This request triggers a Lambda function, which validates an API key or other payload data, filters the payload, and sends a message to SQS. Event-Driven Ansible subscribes to the queue, consumes the message and triggers an automated action. Let’s explore this workflow in detail. [ … ]
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