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Hands-On Serverless Deep Learning with TensorFlow and AWS Lambda by Rustem Feyzkhanov

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Lambda triggers

There are various AWS services that can act as a trigger for AWS Lambda, they are:

  • DynamoDB: This enables us to start the Lambda function on each new entry to the database
  • Amazon S3: This helps the Lambda function start files in the bucket
  • CloudWatch: This enables us to run Lambda functions according to the shadow (for example, each minute, each day, or only at noon each Thursday)
  • Lex: This starts by looking at what the usual data science process looks like
  • Kinesis, SQS, and SNS: These enable us to start the Lambda function on each object in the event stream

There are a lot of different triggers, which means you can bind Lambda with a lot of different services.

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