Is it a good idea to use AWS Lambda as the compute behind an API? Or do the vast array of Lambda-based API examples lay a scaling trap for developers?
This tutorial shows you how to run a lambda on a schedule. While scheduled lambdas are powerful, they are best used in executing repeated tasks.
On a recent project, we needed to add a new AWS Lambda that would touch an already existing relational database service (RDS) instance. Here's our solution.
How to use "make" to update AWS Lambda layer and AWS Lambda function configuration and code whenever local files change.
Setting up alarms based on AWS Lambda events isn’t straightforward. CloudWatch logs can create alarms to notify you when unexpected behavior occurs.
I wrote an AWS Lamda function to automatically update DNS records in a Route 53 hosted zone whenever EC2 instances are launched.
There's no pre-built security group to allow inbound traffic from CloudFront, so I made an AWS Lambda function to periodically update our security group.