Four Ways to deploy your Lambda Function from local to AWS — Serverless, SAM, Docker & Terraform

In this post I try to explain what I learnt about the various ways to deploy Lambda functions. Hopefully this will help someone else who is starting to learn the wonderful Lambda functions. On a high level these are the ways which I will go through here and I found easier to deploy a Lambda function:

- Using Serverless Framework
- Deploy Lambda functions from Docker images
- Using SAM (Serverless Application Model) templates and Lambda Layers
- Using Terraform

More Details here: https://amlanscloud.com/lambdadeploy/

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Amlan Chakladar

Amlan Chakladar

Cloud architect and DevOps engineer. Love to code and develop new stuff. A nerd by nature.

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