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Welcome to the Amazon Simple Queue Service Getting Started Guide. Amazon Simple Queue Service is a messaging queue service: it's a service that handles message or work flows between other components in a system.
The following video walks you through the example presented in this guide.
You may find the following related resources useful as you work with this service.
The developer guide provides a detailed discussion of the service. It includes an architectural overview and a programming reference.
The API reference gives the WSDL location; complete descriptions of the API actions, parameters, and data types; and a list of errors that the service returns
You can use Amazon SQS queues to help determine the load on an application, and when combined with Auto Scaling, you can scale the number of Amazon EC2 instances out or in depending upon the volume of traffic.
The release notes give a high-level overview of the current release. They specifically note any new features, corrections, and known issues.
The primary web page for information about Amazon SQS.
A community-based forum for developers to discuss technical questions related to Amazon SQS.
The primary web page for information about AWS Premium Support, a one-on-one, fast-response support channel to help you build and run applications on AWS infrastructure services.