Integrate SendGrid With Iron.io for Effective Email Marketing Experts predict that humans will send and receive nearly 320 billion emails every day in 2021. Customer communication platforms like SendGrid make it easy for organizations to send messages to customers and clients via the cloud. There’s no need for an email server. Sometimes, emails can build up in queues on a…

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Overview Webhook vs. API: 5 Key Differences and Similarities APIs need instruction to retrieve or manipulate data. Webhooks make automated calls based on a specific event or events. Both are used to help systems or web services communicate and share or transfer data. APIs are most useful for rapidly changing data. Webhooks are most useful…

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Overview Finding the best message queue for your organization gains importance as your networks and application integrations become more complex. You need a fail-safe message queue that sends requests quickly and reliably. Just one break in the chain can slow your entire system, making it difficult for you to complete business processes and fulfill client needs. It…

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Overview Pricing always plays a role when choosing IT tools. Ideally, you want to get a great product that doesn’t bloat your budget. When you have a limited amount of money to spend, though, it’s tempting to choose the cheapest messaging queues. Saving money makes sense unless you select a messaging queue solution that makes…

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Integrating Airbrake With Iron.io for Enhanced Performance Monitoring  If you use Airbrake for cloud-based error and bug reporting, you know how valuable this service is for web development. Airbrake provides a broad range of performance management insights for various web apps, letting developers identify and fix technical issues in a speedier timeframe. But did you…

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Webhooks and Iron.io Integration: What You Should Know Developers like you deal with webhooks all the time. Apps send these signals — or “custom callbacks” — to unique URLs when specific events happen. Think of a webhook like a doorbell that alerts you when someone is outside your home. Or an SMS notification that makes…

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How Integrating Twilio with Iron.io Improves Scheduling  Nearly 150,000 businesses use Twilio to send and receive phone calls, texts, and other messages. (It’s one of the most popular communications platforms in the world.) Twilio has limitations, however, such as no scheduling feature for calls and texts. IronWorker lets you schedule messages on Twilio for more effective communication.…

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Overview: The differences between serverless microservices and monolithic approaches to software development. Serverless Computing Monolith Applications Monolithic Limitations Serverless Web Apps and Monoliths When it comes to scaling up IT operations, it can be difficult to do within the limitations of software development applications like Monolith. Transitioning from a traditional monolithic to a more modern serverless microservices approach can be one of the…

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Overview Cloud Tasks is a managed service from Google that helps clients manage and distribute tasks to their queues. As a result, developers gain numerous benefits that help them build applications and other products more efficiently while cutting costs. While Cloud Tasks has a lot of features, asynchronous code execution stands out as the one…

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Overview CaaS, which stands for containers as a service, has been growing in popularity over the last decade as more organizations look for ways to control tasks while leveraging the benefits of technology. CaaS takes uses cloud technology to control containers. Containers are applications that contain all of the code and libraries that they need…

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