Posted On: Dec 5, 2017

You can now use message filtering on Amazon Simple Notification Service (SNS) to build simpler and more streamlined pub/sub architectures. Message filtering enables Amazon SNS topic subscribers to selectively receive only a subset of the messages they are interested in, as opposed to receiving all messages published to a topic. This new approach removes the design complexity of implementing message filtering logic in your subscribers, or message routing logic in your publisher systems. 

Amazon SNS is a fully managed pub/sub messaging service. With Amazon SNS, you can use topics to simultaneously distribute messages to multiple subscribing endpoints such as Amazon SQS queues, Amazon Lambda functions, HTTP endpoints, and email addresses.

Amazon SNS message filtering is available now, in all Amazon Web Services regions. Get started by going to the Amazon Web Services Management Console, selecting Amazon SNS, and adding message filtering policies to your Amazon SNS subscriptions. You can also use the Amazon SDK (Software Development Kit), CLI (Command Line Interface) and API (Application Programming Interface). Message filtering is available at no extra charge. For more information on Amazon SNS, visit the SNS documentation.

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