IronWorker CaaS Worker: AWS Lambda Setup

In this article, we will tell you the steps you need to set up AWS Lambda for IronWorker. Setup Outline: Create Lambda Lambda Settings Lambda Test Lambda Triggers Limits Costs Notes Security Pros & Cons Achieve Cloud Elasticity with Iron Speak to us to find how you can achieve cloud elasticity with a serverless messaging…

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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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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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Time-critical incident reports are essential for async task processing. With a tool like IronWorker, running tasks is almost always a seamless process. It all happens in the background, away from the main application framework, allowing you to get on with other aspects of your business. In most cases, you just wait for the task to finish.…

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Soap vs Rest API

TLDR: Unlike REST (REpresentational State Transfer), SOAP (Simple Object Access Protocol) is a messaging service. REST operations are data-driven, whereas SOAP is a function driven architecture. SOAP solely uses the XML schema data format. On the other hand REST is permitted to use HTML, XML, JSON, and more. As far as bandwidth, REST APIs are going to need…

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A very common use case for using a service like Twilio is to be able to schedule calls or SMS’s. Maybe you want to schedule a conference call, schedule a text to go out at specific time, or notify all your users about something via SMS every day. Twilio doesn’t have scheduling built in, but here’s an…

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The rise of the API economy in recent years has also given the integration economy a much needed breath of new life. What was once a painful process of dealing with proprietary formats and clunky middleware, has now become a streamlined process via openly consumable cloud-native REST APIs. As such, a new breed of services…

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