In this video, learn the solution for the Kinesis challenge.
(lively music) … - [Instructor] So in this video … we are going to complete the challenge … where we need to trigger a new lambda … when there is a new order fulfilled in the stream. … So we can go to our serverless.yml … and we can see what we have there. … So we have the notifyCakeProducer lambda already. … This lambda what it does it gets triggered … when there is a new event in the stream. … So we can reutilize this lambda … and use it not only to notify the cake producer … but also to notify the delivery company. … So let's tweak it a little bit so we can reutilize it. … So we'll change the name, we call it, … notifyExternalParties for example. … And now it has a new name … and we need to change the name of the handler as well. … Let's make everything small. … So now our handler has different name … and when the lambda is triggered it will get the records. … And previously we have filter out … the orders that were placed, … now we want to filter as well the orders that are fulfilled. …
- Backend as a service (BaaS)
- Function as a service (FaaS)
- Why infrastructure as code is so important
- Creating an order
- Setting up DynamoDB
- Saving into a DynamoDB table
- Using AWS SDK
- Sending a message to the stream
- Deploying and testing an application
- Cleaning up an AWS environment
Skill Level Intermediate
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What you should know1m 27s
1. Get Started with Serverless
2. Get Started with Kinesis
3. SNS, SQS, and Kinesis
4. Lifecycle of a Message in the Stream
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