AWS Lambda Python Example

Here is an example of a simple AWS Lambda function written in Python:

def lambda_handler(event, context):
    message = 'Hello, ' + event['name'] + '!'
    return { 'message' : message }

This function takes an event as input, which is a dictionary that contains a name key and returns a dictionary with a message key. The value of the message key is constructed by concatenating the string “Hello, ” with the value of the name key from the input event.

To deploy this function to AWS Lambda, you would need to package it as a zip file along with any dependencies, and then use the AWS Management Console, the AWS CLI, or the AWS SDKs to upload the zip file and create a new Lambda function.

In order to invoke the function, you can use the AWS Management Console, the AWS CLI, or the AWS SDKs to send an event to the function, which will trigger the lambda_handler method and return the output.

You can also use AWS SAM(Serverless Application Model) or Terraform to package and deploy the function to AWS Lambda

It’s also important to note that you need to configure appropriate IAM role for the lambda function to access other resources.

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