Saturday, 2 December 2017

Amazon Web Service Lambda adds maximum memory capacity for Lambda Functions

Amazon Web Service allows the users to allocate 3008 MB of memory to AWS Lambda Functions. Earlier, the memory only amounted to 1536 MB in AWS Lambda Function but now with the increase in memory size, it will now convenient to process workloads with denser compute requirements or higher memory such as large file processing, statistical computations and big data analysis. In Amazon Web Service Lambda Function resource model the users can select the size of memory you wish for your function which will allocate proportional CPU power and other resources. So you will have more access to more compute power when you select one of the new settings. 

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