May 25, 2017
New feature: AWS Lambda Deployment
Following the recent addition of the AWS CLI, Buddy is tightening the integration with Amazon services with the new Lambda deployment action.
AWS Lambda is a compute service that lets developers run code without provisioning or managing servers. All you need to do is deploy your function code, and AWS will take care of the rest. You can use it, eg. to scale images, run content analysis or make a backup of your site. It is a tool focused strictly at event-driven systems.
Until now, you could use Buddy to deploy your application and trigger Lamba functions on AWS:
Location of AWS Lambda Deploy
Now you can automatically update the function itself on every change to the function code in your Git repository:
TableMain of AWS Lambda Deploy
In order to make action work properly, you need to define the policies first. You can find a complete list of policies for AWS services here.
Automating AWS workflow with Buddy
On top of Lambda deployments, you can easily automate you AWS delivery workflow with the following actions:
- Deploy to S3
- Deploy to EC2
- Deploy to CodeDeploy
- Deploy to Elastic Beanstalk
- Monitor EB applications
- Execute AWS CLI commands
- Invalidate CloudFront CDN cache
- Invoke Lambda functions
- Build Docker containers and push them to EC2 Container Registry
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