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Deploying AWS Lambda Functions With Container Images

Beginner
Up to 45m
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Lab description

AWS Lambda functions require deployment packages to deploy your code. The most common way to create a deployment package is to use a ZIP file, but developers can also use container images to deploy their Lambda functions.

AWS provides base images for Lambda functions that you can use to create your container images. In this lab, you will learn how to create a container image for an AWS Lambda function and deploy it to AWS Lambda. You will also learn how to update the Lambda function with a new container image.

Learning objectives

Upon completion of this beginner-level lab, you will be able to:

  • Build and publish a container image to Amazon Elastic Container Registry (ECR)
  • Deploy an AWS Lambda function using a container image

Intended audience

  • Cloud Architects
  • Software Engineers

Prerequisites

Familiarity with the following will be beneficial but is not required:

  • Docker
  • AWS Lambda
  • Amazon Elastic Container Registry (ECR)

The following content can be used to fulfill the prerequisites:

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Covered topics
Lab steps
Logging In to the Amazon Web Services Console
Connecting to the Virtual Machine using EC2 Instance Connect
Building an AWS Lambda Container Image