Amazon Event Bridge integration with RudderStack
Use RudderStack to Send Your Event Data Into Amazon EventBridge
By enabling the Amazon EventBridge integration on the RudderStack dashboard, you can automatically send all your event data into EventBridge in real-time. Once the destination is enabled, RudderStack collects the events from all the configured sources and dumps them into EventBridge.With this integration, you don’t have to worry about manually configuring any connections, or monitoring if the events are flowing into your EventBridge instance. You can easily verify the flow of events by checking the Live Events feature on the RudderStack dashboard.
By Adding Amazon EventBridge Support for RudderStack, you can:
- Send event data to EventBridge via various sources supported by RudderStack, including web, iOS, and Android platforms
- Ensure timely and reliable delivery of your event data to EventBridge via all your sources
- Skip through all the manual coding and configuration with an easy to set up the integration process
- Verify the status of your event delivery through RudderStack’s Live Events feature
What you can do with Amazon EventBridge
Configuring Amazon EventBridge to all your data sources manually is quite straightforward, but can take up some time. Besides, ensuring that the real-time monitoring aspect and ensuring all the source event data is flowing through the EventBridge can be a bit tricky.
With RudderStack, you can easily add Amazon EventBridge as a destination to which you can send your event data across all your data sources in real-time.
Connect multifaceted applications together using data from your own apps as well as external SaaS and AWS services
Set up specific routing rules that determine the flow of data to build your applications and how they react with all of your data sources
Use events as objects in your code through a centralized Amazon EventBridge schema registry
Connect and interact with the schema registry seamlessly using the tools of your choice – be it the AWS Management Console or your preferred APIs or SDK toolkits
Ingest, process, and deliver your events without the need to write any custom code
How to set up Amazon EventBridge Integration
It’s very easy! Use our step-by-step guide to set up Amazon EventBridge as a destination in RudderStack, and get started in no time at all.
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What is Amazon Event Bridge used for?
Amazon Event Bridge is a event bus service that enables developers to build and operate various kinds of data streams.
Is it hard to set up Amazon Event Bridge?
Difficulty can vary based on your existing tech stack and data streaming needs. Many users choose to simplify implementation by sending data to Amazon Event Bridge through secure event bus integration tools like RudderStack.
How much does it cost to integrate Amazon Event Bridge with RudderStack?
What is an event bus in AWS?
In AWS, an event bus is a resource that is responsible for receiving the events from a given data source and route them according to the specified rules. By default, your account’s event bus receives rules from the AWS services. You can also set up your event bus that receives rules from your custom applications and services. There is also a partner event bus that receives events from a source created by your SaaS partner. The SaaS applications or services generate these events.
What is the format of an event?
In EventBridge, the events are represented as JSON objects. All the events have a similar structure as well as top-level fields. The EventBridge rules use specific event patterns to match the AWS events on an event bus. When a particular pattern matches, the associated rule routes the event to that pattern to the specified target.
How do I secure access to Amazon EventBridge?
To get secure access to Amazon EventBridge, you need your AWS credentials to authenticate your requests. These credentials must have the required permissions to access your AWS resources, including retrieving event data from your AWS resources.