Monday, 8 January 2018

Amazon Aurora with MySQL now supports Synchronous invocation of Amazon Web Service Lambda

AWS had announced support for asynchronously supporting Amazon Web Service Lambda functions from Amazon Aurora with MySQL compatibility through an inbuilt stored procedure. Starting with version 1.16 AWS are expanding this feature to be able to synchronously support Lambda functions. They have also implemented both the asynchronous and synchronous versions of the feature utilizing the native functions that enables Lambda functions to invoke from within queries. Amazon Web Service Lambda allows you to run code without managing or provisioning servers or worrying about the scalability. Lambda integration enables the users to expand the features of the Amazon Aurora MySQL database and invoke external applications to take action when there is a data change. 

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