AWS Lambda Function URLs: Built-In HTTPS Endpoints for Lambda

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  • apprunner-roadmap

    This is the public roadmap for AWS App Runner.

    Though with memory limited to just 4gb (vs 10gb for lambda and 16gb for cloud run) it may not be viable for my app.

    Somewhat frustrating that the ephemeral storage mentioned in the documentation provides no clue as to the amount available. https://github.com/aws/apprunner-roadmap/issues/112

  • sso-wall-of-shame

    A list of vendors that treat single sign-on as a luxury feature, not a core security requirement.

    Off topic/feedback: I like the look of your service and it's something I've been thinking about looking into recently. I have even used the EC2 instance type list a ton without ever realising that it was attached to your site.

    However, I'm afraid that I sadly would not touch your service, because SSO is only on your enterprise plan. I hope that eventually you might consider putting SSO on one of the priced tiers.

    (https://sso.tax/ approximates my opinion)

  • Appwrite

    Appwrite - The Open Source Firebase alternative introduces iOS support . Appwrite is an open source backend server that helps you build native iOS applications much faster with realtime APIs for authentication, databases, files storage, cloud functions and much more!

  • serverless-graphql

    Serverless GraphQL Examples for AWS AppSync and Apollo

    I use lambdas for nearly everything at a games startup. The "Serverless framework" - https://www.serverless.com - has built-in concepts of dev/stage/prod and routing from URLs -> function etc. Logging goes to cloudfront but you could use any login library you wanted inside your functions.

    We don't have an operations team, so each dev deploys their own services; this framework gives them all a consistent interface so we know how to test or deploy someone else's code.

    Advantages from my POV:

  • bref

    Serverless PHP on AWS Lambda

  • lambda-debug-proxy

    A proxy for piping AWS lambda input payload+context to and returning a response from a local dev environment for debugging.

    I use https://github.com/rimutaka/lambda-debug-proxy to run Lambdas locally while still being part of the AWS pipeline. It eliminates the need to emulate the input/output. That tool is for Rust only, but there is no reason why it can't be ported to other languages.

  • lambdaeip

    Internet connectivity for your VPC-attached Lambda functions without a NAT Gateway

    It's not an official AWS offering, but there is this project that can automatically add EIPs to VPC-attached Lambda functions for you. Then you don't need the NAT gateway.

    https://github.com/glassechidna/lambdaeip

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