1. SNS for AI Workflow Orchestration Signals


    Amazon Simple Notification Service (SNS) is a highly available, durable, secure, fully managed pub/sub messaging service that enables you to decouple microservices, distributed systems, and serverless applications. Using SNS for AI Workflow Orchestration allows you to send messages to control the flow of a distributed AI application.

    In this Pulumi Python program, we'll create an SNS Topic which can be subscribed to by different components of an AI workflow. For instance, you could have different stages of your AI pipeline (like data preprocessing, model training, and inference) signal completion or errors by publishing messages to this SNS topic. Other parts of your system, like notification systems, other AWS services, or HTTP endpoints, can subscribe to these messages and act accordingly.

    Here's how you can create an SNS Topic and a subscription in Pulumi:

    import pulumi import pulumi_aws as aws # Create an SNS topic to send AI workflow orchestration signals ai_workflow_topic = aws.sns.Topic("aiWorkflowTopic", display_name="AI Workflow Orchestration Signals") # Subscribe an email endpoint to the topic for notifications email_subscription = aws.sns.TopicSubscription("aiWorkflowSubscription", topic=ai_workflow_topic.arn, protocol="email", endpoint="your-email@example.com") # replace with a valid email address # Export the topic ARN and subscription ARN so you can easily access them if needed pulumi.export("topic_arn", ai_workflow_topic.arn) pulumi.export("subscription_arn", email_subscription.arn)

    In the above program:

    • We import the necessary Pulumi and AWS SDK modules.
    • We define an SNS topic named aiWorkflowTopic.
    • We create an email subscription to this topic, so that any messages sent to the topic will result in an email being sent to the specified address. Replace "your-email@example.com" with a valid email address to receive the notifications.
    • Finally, we export the ARN (Amazon Resource Name) for both the topic and the subscription. This can be helpful if we need to reference the resources from other parts of our infrastructure, for example, to allow a Lambda function to publish to the topic.

    This is a basic example to get you started with SNS for orchestrating an AI workflow. Depending on the complexity of your AI application, you may want to add different types of subscriptions, such as AWS Lambda functions that trigger other workflows, or HTTP endpoints for webhooks.

    Remember to replace "your-email@example.com" with a real email where you want to receive notification messages. After creating the subscription, AWS will send an email to the specified address with a confirmation link that you'll need to click to start receiving notifications from the SNS topic.