1. Integrating AI Content Generation with AWS SES for Dynamic Emails


    To integrate AI content generation with AWS Simple Email Service (SES) for dynamic emails, you would typically follow these steps:

    1. Set up an AWS SES domain identity: This allows you to send emails from a particular domain and to authenticate your emails using DKIM (DomainKeys Identified Mail), which helps prevent email spoofing.

    2. Create a Content Generation AI: This could be either hosted on an AWS Lambda function or an external service that you call to generate the email content dynamically. AWS Lambda allows you to run code in response to triggers such as HTTP requests without provisioning or managing servers.

    3. Create Email Templates in AWS SES: These are the templates that you will use as the structure for your emails. You can include placeholders for the dynamic content that will be filled in with the output of your AI content generator.

    4. Send emails using AWS SES: Once you have the dynamic content ready, you can use AWS SES APIs to populate the templates with this content and to send the emails.

    Below is a Pulumi program in Python that sets up the basic AWS SES resources needed:

    import pulumi import pulumi_aws as aws # Ensures that Pulumi is using the AWS SDK for Python. # Establishes AWS SES domain identity which allows sending emails from the specified domain. domain_identity = aws.ses.DomainIdentity("myDomainIdentity", domain="example.com") # Output the domain's verification token. pulumi.export('domain_verify_token', domain_identity.verification_token) # Establishes DKIM for the domain identity. domain_dkim = aws.ses.DomainDkim("myDomainDkim", domain=domain_identity.domain.apply(lambda d: d)) # Output the DKIM tokens. pulumi.export('dkim_tokens', domain_dkim.dkim_tokens) # Create an email template for sending dynamic content. email_template = aws.ses.Template("myTemplate", name="MyTemplate", html="<h1>Hello, {{name}}</h1><p>Your AI-generated content: {{content}}</p>", subject="Your AI Generated Email") # Assume you have a Lambda function that generates content, identified by 'contentGeneratorFunctionArn' # Below is a placeholder ARN. In practice, you would replace this with the ARN of your actual Lambda. content_generator_function_arn = "arn:aws:lambda:YOUR_REGION:YOUR_ACCOUNT_ID:function:YOUR_LAMBDA_FUNCTION_NAME" # Send an email using the generated content. This example does not include the invocation of a Lambda function. # Typically, you would invoke the Lambda using an AWS SDK, retrieve the generated content, and then send the email # by populating the template with this content. email_sending_example = aws.ses.send_email( source="no-reply@example.com", destination={ 'to_addresses': ["recipient@example.com"] }, template="MyTemplate", template_data="{\"name\": \"User\",\"content\": \"Your generated content goes here.\"}" ) # Since we're sending email from a Lambda function, we must ensure that the Lambda's execution role has SES sending permissions. # This is simply a placeholder for a Lambda function definition. # In an actual Pulumi program, you would define the Lambda function and its permissions here. # Refer to AWS Lambda and IAM documentation and Pulumi examples for details on how to define these resources. # Note: This Pulumi code only establishes the resources and describes how you would send an email. # The actual sending of the email and content generation using AI will involve additional code, # typically including AWS SDK calls and possibly the hosting of a model for AI content generation.

    The aws.ses.DomainIdentity and aws.ses.DomainDkim resources help to set up the domain from which you will send emails and confirm that you own it. The aws.ses.Template represents an email template you can use for sending emails. The placeholders {{name}} and {{content}} would be dynamically replaced by actual values during email composition.

    To send emails, you would typically invoke an AWS Lambda function which generates the email content dynamically (the AI part of the workflow) and then uses the aws.ses.send_email function to populate the template and send it. In this program, the email sending is shown hypothetically without the actual invocation of a Lambda for brevity.

    Remember you need to replace "arn:aws:lambda:YOUR_REGION:YOUR_ACCOUNT_ID:function:YOUR_LAMBDA_FUNCTION_NAME" with the actual ARN of your Lambda function and set up IAM permissions accordingly.

    For more details about each resource used in the program, refer to the following documentation pages on Pulumi's website:

    Remember to adjust the program based on your exact application architecture or environment.