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This blog post provides up-to-date information about the hardware and software profiles of the AWS Lambda execution environment:

  • CPU, memory, disk size, and the execution duration
  • OS version, Linux kernel version, timezone, runtime versions, AWS SDK versions, environment variables, resource limits, and the list of RPM packages

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Customer feedback is vital for running a successful business. In most cases, customers do not spend time for opening an email client and sending a message to the contact email address. That is why most websites offer some type of “Contact Us” or “Feedback” form.

Static websites do not run any server-side code. In this case, you need to use an external service to allow the submission of customer […]

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AWS CodeCommit offers secure Git-based repositories. To connect to CodeCommit repositories, you can use Git together with the credential helper that is part of the AWS Command Line Interface (CLI). AWS CodeCommit supports Git versions 1.7.9 and later.

To perform different operations on your CodeCommit repositories, you can also use the AWS SDK. For example, you can add or update a file in a […]

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The estimated AWS charges for your AWS account can be sent several times a day as metric data to CloudWatch in the US East (N. Virginia) region. You can enable this option in the Billing and Cost Management console.

To keep track of your AWS charges, you may want to configure a daily email notification. This blog post describes how to do it.

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The AWS Command Line Interface (CLI) is not pre-installed in the AWS Lambda execution environment.

Compared to the AWS SDK, the AWS CLI simplifies the usage of some AWS services. Depending on your use case, you may want to use the AWS CLI in your Lambda function.

This blog post describes how to include the AWS CLI into the deployment package of your Lambda function and how to run the AWS CLI […]

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