Amazon Simple Notification Service (SNS) is a fully managed pub/sub messaging service that enables you to decouple microservices, distributed systems, and serverless applications.
For your Amazon SNS account, YAP ensures the following actions:
Send single SMS message
Send bulk SMS message
List of fields available for Send single SMS message action on Amazon SNS connector:
List of fields available for Send bulk SMS message action on Amazon SNS connector:
Before setup, please check that you have granted to YAP the permission to send notification to your Amazon SNS account. For this, sign in to Amazon SNS and authorize the permissions requested by YAP.
Users need to provide YAP with an access key and access secret.
The YAP Connector for Amazon SNS provides connectivity to the API of Amazon SNS, enabling you to build distributed web-enabled applications.
Apps use the Amazon SNS Connector to push real-time notifications to interested subscribers over multiple delivery protocols.
AWS Access Key ID
This should be a severely restricted key that only has access to the specified resources you want to use.
AWS Secret Access Key
Please see Where’s My Secret Access Key?
Sending Amazon SNS messages to Amazon SQS queues Amazon SNS works closely with Amazon Simple Queue Service (Amazon SQS). By using Amazon SNS and Amazon SQS together, messages can be delivered to applications that require immediate notification of an event, and also persisted in an Amazon SQS queue for other applications to process at a later time.
Sending Amazon SNS messages to HTTP/HTTPS endpoints You can use Amazon SNS to send notification messages to one or more HTTP or HTTPS endpoints. When you subscribe to an endpoint to a topic, you can publish a notification to the topic and Amazon SNS sends an HTTP POST request delivering the contents of the notification to the subscribed endpoint.