Pages with tag AWS Lambda

Getting started with AWS Lambda, Amazons Function as a Service platform AWS Lambda lets developers write code, execute the code at any scale in the AWS cloud, without worrying about implementing the scaling algorithm. Lambda focuses on very small modules - the name implies Functions, and that is the preferred granularity level. "Function as a Service" platforms are available from several providers, AWS Lambda having been joined by Microsoft Azure Functions, Google Cloud Functions, and IBM Cloud Functions. All are focusing on the same idea, Functions as the granularity level, and automatic deployment and scaling, letting developers focus on their code and the cloud provider focuses on the rest. AWS Lambda is the most developed of these, so lets take a look.
Getting started with using Node.js and the Serverless framework on AWS Lambda While Amazon's AWS platform is excellent, there are other similar platforms from Google, IBM, Microsoft and others. Why should our code be written solely to support the AWS infrastructure? The Serverless framework makes it easy to reuse the same application code on any of these functions-as-a-service platforms. Perhaps more importantly, it simplifies coding against these platforms. The AWS platform is incredibly complex, and using the Serverless framework is simplifies developing applications for the AWS platform.
How to deploy Express applications to AWS Lambda AWS Lambda and the AWS API Gateway is a powerful combination for deploying Node.js application code on an automagically scaling deployment platform. Out of the box you do not have the Express API. This webinar shows how to setup API Gateway and Lambda to support Express applications.
Introduction to Node.js with the Serverless framework on AWS Lambda AWS Lambda lets programmers focus on their code, with AWS taking care of all the deployment drama issues.
Introduction to Node.js with the Serverless framework on AWS Lambda AWS Lambda has excellent support for Node.js code. As of this writing Lambda supports Node.js 8.10, meaning we have excellent async function support and other modern ES2015+ language features.
Simple Node.js AWS Lambda function AWS Lambda has excellent support for Node.js code. As of this writing Lambda supports Node.js 8.10, meaning we have excellent async function support and other modern ES2015+ language features.