AWS Lambda runs code in response to events. In this video, learn how you can use automation to respond to incidences and how you can integrate Lambda within AWS.
- [Unidentified Male Voice] As you spend time working … with Amazon services … and adding more components and services … to your application stack, … you're inevitably going to run into Lambda. … Lambda is a service that allows you … to create custom functions, … and these functions can carry out any task at AWS … using any programming language you wish to write in. … An FAQ for Lambda: … it's executing code … in response to events and changes to your resources, … and lots of times, … Lambda is integrated with services … like an S3 Bucket, or a DynamoDB Table, … or a CloudWatch, or a CloudTrail. … As mentioned, it supports most programming language, … so if you use Java, Go, PowerShell, … Node.js, C#, Python, Ruby, … you can write a function, … upload your function as a zip file to Lambda, … and what you actually define is … the CPU and RAM resources that you need … for the ability of running your function. … You also define how long the function will take to execute. … Amazon is running the function on their servers, …
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Infrastructure Security
2. Data Protection
3. Detective Controls
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