DevOps with AWS

DevOps with AWS

One of the distinct advantages of devOps philosophy as implemented using AWS is the ability to rapidly kick out a new service. The new template-match API is a good example. Knowing the algorithm, I was able to quickly pull something together from the p2t C++ library, an example input image attached. The algorithm determines whereContinue Reading DevOps with AWS

Lambdas: Epilogue

Lambdas: Epilogue

I’ve spent some time coming to grips with nodejs, in order to develop truly functional lambda functions. Thinking asynchronously (something nodejs is adept at) is a little challenging if you’re not accustomed to it. While the AWS examples are very useful, the process of uploading and triggering through the console doesn’t make for quick turnContinue Reading Lambdas: Epilogue

Lambda Functions Part 3

Lambda Functions Part 3

Allegedly we’ve laid the groundwork, let’s dive in and see if we can create the Lambda function that will work with S3 containers, as described in the last post. From the CLI, this is a simple matter of executing the following: $ aws lambda create-function –region us-east-1 –function-name CreateThumbnail –zip-file fileb://textTN.zip –role arn:aws:iam::485603662400:role/lambda_s3_exec_role –handler CreateThumbnail.handlerContinue Reading Lambda Functions Part 3