There Is More than One Way to Schedule a Task

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  • Seconds — A restaurant’s in-store device is unreachable. If it’s not back online soon, change their status to offline.
  • Hours — A customer orders tonight’s dinner on their way to work. We should perform more actions closer to that time.
  • Days — A restaurant is closing for a couple of weeks over the holidays. Take them offline now and bring them back online later.

DynamoDB TTL

SQS Delay Queues

SQS Message Timers

SQS Visibility Timeout

Step Functions

Conclusion

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