AWS Lambda Tutorial | Amazon Lambda Tutorial | AWS Tutorial | AWS Training Video | Simplilearn

AWS Lambda Tutorial | Amazon Lambda Tutorial | AWS Tutorial | AWS Training Video | Simplilearn

This AWS Lambda tutorial will give an overview of Amazon lambda and its features. AWS Lambda is an event-driven, serverless computing platform provided by Amazon as a part of the Amazon Web Services. It is a compute service that runs code in response to events and automatically manages the compute resources required by that code. The purpose of Lambda, as compared to AWS EC2, is to simplify building smaller, on-demand applications that are responsive to events and new information. AWS targets starting a Lambda instance within milliseconds of an event. AWS Lambda was originally designed for use cases such as image upload, responding to website clicks or reacting to sensor readings from an IoT connected device. AWS Lambda can also be used to automatically provision back-end services triggered by custom HTTP requests, and “spin down” such services when not in use, to save resources. These custom HTTP requests are configured in AWS API Gateway, which can also handle authentication and authorization in conjunction with AWS Cognito.

Below topics are explained in this AWS Lambda tutorial

-( 00:13 ) AWS Lambda Introduction
-( 01:05 ) What is Lambda
-( 02:07 ) AWS Lambda Integration with other AWS Services
-( 04:03 ) Traditional Stack Vs. AWS Lambda
-( 05:21 ) AWS Lambda Pricing
-( AWS Lambda Deployment Difficulties

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About the Simplilearn AWS Lambda Training course:
This course will provide an overview of AWS Lambda, its components, the functions, roles, and policies you can create within Lambda. You will learn how to manage, monitor, and debug Lambda functions, review CloudTrail API calls and logs, and use aliases and versions.

This course will also help you understand how to deploy Python, NodeJS, and Java codes to Lambda functions. You will find out how to integrate Lambda with other AWS services like S3 and API Gateway. You will also learn how to build a custom resource in CloudFormation, how to schedule your Lambda function, and how to use Lambda to process DynamoDB and Kinesis streams.

Amazon Lambda Training course objectives:

1. Get an insight into the history of AWS Lambda
2. Understand the basic security configurations in Lambda
3. Learn how to integrate Lambda with other AWS Services like S3 and API Gateway
4. Learn how to monitor and log Lambda Functions
5. Understand the steps to review CloudWatch Logs and API Calls in CloudTrail for Lambda and other AWS Services
6. Learn how to create versions and aliases of Lambda functions
7. Learn the steps to create and deploy Python, Java, and NodeJS functions
8. Understand the process of integrating Lambda with other AWS Services such as S3 and API Gateway
9. Learn how to create Custom Resource for CloudFormation
10. Learn the steps to trigger Lambda from SNS and CloudWatch Events
11. Explain the steps to process Kinesis and DynamoDB streams
12. Get an introduction to VPC Endpoints and AWS Mobile SDK

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Who should go for this AWS Lambda course?
1. AWS beginners
2. Developers
3. Solution architects

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Following projects are covered in this AWS Lambda Training course:
As part of the coursework, you will complete the following project based on the industry use case.

Name of the Project: Build a Lambda function: In this project, you will deploy a Lambda function and build a static website in an S3 bucket. The bucket should contain a folder that integrates with a Lambda function that you write, and that can generate an HTML file with the name of the original image but with the “.html” extension.
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