AWS, SQS, Alpakka, Akka Streams – go reactive – Part 1

I am going to write a series of a few posts about the transition from the basic AWS ElasticBeanstalk SQS integration to the more generic, reactive model. Transition means that we have a current state that we want to change. So let’s start with the basic AWS SQS integration. Amazon SQS is a HTTP-based managed service responsible for handling message queues. It offers two kinds of queues: standard queues (maximum throughput, at-least-once delivery) and FIFO queues (preserving messages order, exactly-once delivery). Just for

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