What do you like most about AWS Lambda?
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The solution is highly scalable.
The basic feature that I like is that there is no server installation. It also has good support for various languages, such as Java, .NET, C#, and Python.
Amazon takes care of the scalability. That's the right way. It's automatic and it's fully managed. That's one benefit of Lambda.
The solution is designed very well. You don't need to keep a server up. You just need some router to route your API request and Lambda provides a very well-designed feature to process the request.
The cool thing about AWS Lambda is that AWS does all the management. For compression, it is all about making the data small and then making it regular size again. We have an encode function and a decode function. AWS Lambda schedules each of those for us. It has a load balancer and all the fancy stuff, depending on the demand.
The most valuable part of AWS Lambda is that I only need to write the software. I need to write two functions, and my cloud developer turns them into two AWS Lambda instances. That's it.
It's a serverless solution which is the best feature. It helps us because it offers free aspects. From the infrastructure perspective, it helps us manage costs. There is no overhead of estimating how much infrastructure we're going to need. We can focus on building the business functionality that we want to build.
The ease and speed of developing the services using any available language is the most valuable feature.
The most valuable feature is that it scans the cloud system and if they are any security anomalies it triggers an email.
The most valuable feature of this solution is the API Gateway.
The ability to scale up and down very quickly helps because we can maintain our system performance and business at a low cost.
Provides a good, easy path from when you're using an AWS cluster.
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