How to implement a lambda in Python?Python
Sure! To implement a AWS Lambda function using Pulumi with Python, you first need to define a
aws.lambda_.Functionobject and supply the necessary parameters, such as
Here is the example:
In this example, we're creating a Lambda function named
my_lambda. We specify the IAM role that the lambda should assume and also provide the runtime information – in this case, we use
codeparameter is where we tell AWS where our lambda function code resides. For a Python function, we need to specify a
.zipfile or a directory. In this case,
pulumi.FileArchive('./path_to_your_python_lambda')tells Pulumi to zip up everything in the
path_to_your_python_lambdadirectory, and use that as the function source.
handleris a string in the format of
file.function. This tells AWS Lambda to execute the
lambda_handlerfunction within the
Finally, we're exporting the ARN (Amazon Resource Name) of the Lambda function. Exporting properties like this allows you to easily use them in other parts of your Pulumi program, or in other Pulumi programs.
"your_iam_role_ARN"with your actual IAM Role ARN,
./path_to_your_python_lambdawith the actual path to your lambda function file and
lambda_function.lambda_handlerwith the actual handler function in your Lambda script.
To run this program, put it in a file, say
__main__.py, set up your AWS credentials, and run
Here is the documentation for the