Hello, You can provision an Amazon MQ for RabbitMQ and that can shovel messages(using Shovel plugin) from your self managed AMQP broker. The only requirement would be that your AMQP has a public endpoint. Once messages are moved to Amazon MQ broker, you can trigger a Lambda function to either move them to other services or process as needed.
You can also package AMQP libraries in a Lambda function and trigger it in a scheduled manner to pull messages. It will not maintain the connection but can be a fully serverless option.
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