Triggering Event at specific time using Amazon EventBridge into SQS




Hemanth of Alliance Department here. In this blog, we'll be triggering event at specific time using Amazon EventBridge into SQS.


Is a secure cloud service platform that offers compute power, database storage, content delivery, network, and other functionality to help businesses scale and grow. It is one of the first cloud vendors to start services in the year 2006. It offers all the 3 service models namely IAAS, PAAS, and SAAS. Some of the notable domains in AWS are Compute, Migration, Storage, Network and Content Delivery, Management Tools, Database, Messaging, Security and Identity Compliance, and many more.

Amazon EventBridge

AWS services, Software-as-a-Service (SaaS), and bespoke applications can connect with each other using events thanks to Amazon EventBridge, a serverless event bus. The service has seen a number of upgrades since its introduction, including the addition of the event replay and schema registry. The scheduler is the most recent addition.


AWS SQS is another name for AWS Simple Queue Service. A message queuing service is SQS. It facilitates communication exchange and archiving between software parts. The messages are added to a queue by the service. The messages are picked up from the queue by users or services. The messages are removed from the queue after processing is complete.


In the AWS Console search for EventBridge Next click on schedules in scheduler Next click on create schedule Give a schedule name, enter appropriate date and time, keep other settings as default and click on next In the target click on Amazon SQS Selecting the SQS, selecting a created standard sqs with default settings
Now entering a specific payload as similar to below and click next In the settings section keep everything default and click next Now click on create schedule Check SQS after the above entered time reaches click on send and receive messages click on poll messages Now we can see the message has been delivered successfully