Most recently, I built Kuri, an open-source, easy-to-configure, Dead-Letter Queue-as-a-Service for applications that use a microservices architecture on an AWS infrastructure.Resume Read Kuri Case Study
Kuri provides a dead-letter queue that can be used with an AWS SQS Queue to provide additional DLQ functionality such as, reciving dead-letter message notifications and viewing, updating, deleting and redriving individual messages.
Kuri was built for developers who want full control over their dead-letter messages and want to be able to deploy and integrate an advanced dead-letter queue service in their infrastructure within minutes.
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