Tag: AWS

5 Reasons to Use AWS Lambda

In late 2014, AWS Lambda launched and has grown in widespread use since then. AWS lambda is a serverless computing technology which has been a game change for software development.

AWS Lambda is a service that makes it easy to build small scalable applications. Lambdas are small functions that are packaged up and sent to AWS. Using a framework like the serverless framework makes it fairly easy to work with and pretty efficient.

Lambda is event driven. It works by responding to events whether they be timed, API driven or responding to events within AWS. One of the most common examples of using lambda is to resize images that have been uploaded to an S3 bucket.

Lambda is stateless meaning that every time a function is triggered, it is a completely new environment.

There’s so many reasons to use AWS Lambda. It’s easy to get started with it, it’s massively flexible, it is very scalable and more. Continue reading

What is Cloud Computing?

What is Cloud Computing

Cloud computing is basically using servers whether they be for databases, storage, application or something else through the internet. There’s quite a few different cloud computer providers – they’re billing schemes are typically very similar to how you would pay for electricity or gas for you car. Continue reading

AWS/ Serverless Fixing AccessDeniedException

“Unhandled rejection AccessDeniedException: Your access has been denied by EC2, please make sure your function execution role have permission to CreateNetworkInterface. EC2 Error Code: UnauthorizedOperation. EC2 Error Message: You are not authorized to perform this operation.”

That’s a pretty annoying error to receive when deploying from Serverless to AWS, but the fix is really pretty simple.
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