We will do the following tasks in this tutorial.
So without any delay, lets’ get started.
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AWS Lambda functions are a great way to execute short-running processes without worrying about what hardware they’re going to run on. Sometimes though, we have a requirement to execute a longer-lived process, but unfortunately AWS imposes a 15 minute execution limit.
The objective of this article is to deploy an AWS Lambda function and a DynamoDB table using Terraform, so that the Lambda function can perform read and write operations on the DynamoDB table. Here, we won’t use any other AWS services to trigger the Lambda function. Instead, we’ll trigger the Lambda function using the test events that is already present in the Lambda console. In this tutorial, you'll see how to Deploy AWS Lambda and DynamoDB using Terraform
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