Join Troy Miles for an in-depth discussion in this video Creating a free AWS account, part of Developing AWS Lambda Functions with Kotlin.
- [Instructor] Amazon gives us a free account…for one year.…This Free Tier doesn't have access to all AWS services,…but it has enough access to enable you…to learn and build useful things.…To create a free AWS account,…you will need three things:…an email address, a phone number,…and a credit card.…You must have your phone nearby since Amazon will call…and ask that you enter the passcode…displayed on the browser page.…Let's begin.…Navigate to aws.amazon.com in your web browser.…
Click the button Create a Free Account.…Give your account a name to help differentiate it.…Enter your email address,…a password,…and confirm the password,…then click Continue.…On the contact information page,…click the Personal Account checkbox.…
Choose your country…and enter your address.…This address should be the same…as your credit card.…Enter your phone number…and click the AWS Customer Agreement box.…Click the Create Account and Continue button,…enter your credit card information,…please keep in mind that all…of the exercises in this video are designed…
- Creating an AWS Lambda account
- Creating a simple Lambda function in Node.js
- Testing the Lambda function
- Creating Kotlin apps with Spark, IntelliJ IDEA, Maven, and the AWS library
- Binding the API gateway to your Lambda function
- Adding data with MongoDB
- Developing and debugging your Lambda function locally
Skill Level Intermediate
1. About AWS Lambda
2. Hello Lambda
3. Hello Kotlin Lambda
4. Making Your Lambda Web Visible
5. Adding Data with MongoDB
6. Developing and Debugging Locally
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