AWS EventBridge: Features and Pricing

AWS EventBridge_ Features and Pricing.

EventBridge is an event-driven service from Amazon Web Services (AWS) that enables users to build scalable, serverless applications that react to events. It is a fully managed, serverless event bus that connects applications, services, and the data that flows between them, allowing users to easily process and route events from multiple sources to multiple targets. With EventBridge, users can set up rules to route events from one or more sources to one or more targets. EventBridge enables users to quickly and easily build event-driven applications, such as automated workflows, data processing pipelines, scheduling and orchestration, and analytics.

EventBridge is designed to make it easier for users to build event-driven applications. It allows users to connect different applications, services, and data sources in a unified, secure, and reliable manner. It also provides features such as event mapping and filtering, rules-based event delivery, event delivery and retention, and event processing and transformation. With EventBridge, users can build applications that respond to events in real-time, process data, and react to changes in their environment.

Features of EventBridge

A. Event Mapping and Filtering

EventBridge allows users to map and filter events from multiple sources to multiple targets. Event mapping and filtering allows users to specify the source, target, and event type for each event. The source and target can be specified separately or combined into a single event. EventBridge also allows users to specify conditions, such as filtering on specific fields, to filter out events that do not match the specified criteria.

B. Rules-Based Event Delivery

EventBridge also provides rules-based event delivery. This feature allows users to define rules that specify which events should be delivered to which targets. Rules can be triggered by events from specific sources, or by events that match certain conditions. Rules can also be used to route events to multiple targets, or to take different actions based on the type of event.

C. Event Processing and Transformation

EventBridge also provides features for event processing and transformation. This allows users to process and transform events before they are delivered to the target. Event processing and transformation can be used to transform the event data into a format that is more suitable for the target application. It can also be used to filter out events that are not needed or relevant to the target application.

D. Event Delivery and Retentions

EventBridge also provides features for event delivery and retention. This allows users to set up rules that specify how long events should remain in the EventBridge system before they are deleted or archived. EventBridge also allows users to set up rules that specify how long events should remain in the system before they are delivered to the target application.

E. API Destinations

This feature provides developers with the ability to transmit events to Software as a Service Applications, while also controlling authentication and the rate of transmission. Events can be sent to any web application that has a URL, reducing the need for custom code and extra infrastructure, as the feature can be implemented with fewer integrations.

F. Schema Registry

The registry allows developers to search, access and store events from your organization, avoiding the need for manual searches of other organizations’ events. It also enables the generation of code bindings like Java, Python and TypeScript directly in IDEs, allowing developers to use the event as an object in their code. Furthermore, with schema discovery for an event bus, the registry automatically discovers and adds the schema of the event, thus eliminating the need to manually create one.

G. SaaS Integration

Events from your SaaS provider, such as authentication events, can be easily incorporated into your AWS applications with the help of Amazon EventBridge. This integration is natively supported by a number of popular SaaS applications, such as Datadog, OneLogin, Symantec, Whispir, and Zendesk – requiring no setup or configuration from you.

Pricing of EventBridge

A. EventBridge Usage Fees

EventBridge is a pay-as-you-go service, meaning that users only pay for what they use. The cost of using EventBridge is based on the number of events processed, and the associated data transfer fees. EventBridge also charges a fee for each rule that is created.

B. EventBridge Pricing Tiers

EventBridge provides three pricing tiers: Basic, Standard, and Premium. The Basic tier is free and provides basic event processing and delivery. The Standard tier is priced at $0.10 per million events processed and provides additional features such as event mapping and filtering, rules-based event delivery, and event processing and transformation. The Premium tier is priced at $0.20 per million events processed and provides additional features such as event delivery and retention, and enhanced security.

C. EventBridge Support Plans

EventBridge also offers three support plans: Basic, Standard, and Enterprise. The Basic plan provides basic support for using EventBridge and is free. The Standard plan is priced at $500 per month and provides access to technical support and additional features such as event mapping and filtering, rules-based event delivery, and event processing and transformation. The Enterprise plan is priced at $2,500 per month and provides access to premium support and additional features such as event delivery and retention, and enhanced security.

How nOps can help with Eventbridge?

EventBridge is a powerful and feature-rich event-driven service from Amazon Web Services that enables users to build scalable, serverless applications that react to events. It provides features such as event mapping and filtering, rules-based event delivery, event processing and transformation, and event delivery and retention. EventBridge is a pay-as-you-go service, and provides three pricing tiers: Basic, Standard, and Premium. In addition, EventBridge offers three support plans: Basic, Standard, and Enterprise. With EventBridge, users can easily build applications that respond to events in real-time, process data, and react to changes in their environment.

Businesses can use EventBridge in a variety of use cases, such as application integration, data processing, and event-driven automation. nOps Scheduler makes it easy to pause resources during inactivity and leverages the Amazon EventBridge bus to deliver signals to resources to stop them during inactivity and restart them when they are most likely to be used automatically.