The Lambda configuration file consists of the same parameters, which we have discussed in an earlier section (for example, name, runtime, memory, and timeout). There are three primary differences.
You are not only setting up triggers but also setting up services, in which the triggers depend on. You can set up specific roles and access. Some accesses will be automatically set, but some will need to be configured by you. Finally, you can set up additional plugins, which you will use during deployment. We will look at them in more detail when we deploy the step functions.