Using container images with AWS Lambda

Introduction

Not Docker

Loads of room

Use standard tools

Background

Bring your own OS

Getting our PDF conversion working

We can use package managers

Adding a Lambda handler

Testing our Lambda handler end-to-end

  1. Include it in the same image we deploy to Lambda
  2. Create a new image for testing
  3. Copy the emulator locally and mount it during docker run

Deploying

Using our live function

Conclusion

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Principal Engineer at Cloudflare. Previously: VP Research Engineering at Bustle, AWS Serverless Hero, creator of LambCI. github.com/mhart

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Michael Hart

Michael Hart

Principal Engineer at Cloudflare. Previously: VP Research Engineering at Bustle, AWS Serverless Hero, creator of LambCI. github.com/mhart

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